McCain Performance Series presents ‘A Chorus Line’
McCain Auditorium will host a production of “A Chorus Line” tonight at 7:30. The story follows a group of 17 dancers auditioning for the breakout role of their lives. Audiences are warned that some costumes, dancing and language might not be appropriate for children under the age of 14. Ticket information can be found at the McCain box office, or by phone at 785-532-6428.
eID password reset timeframe nearing completion
K-State student must reset their eID passwords by Feb. 13 or they will lose access to Webmail, iSIS and K-State Online. Students can reset their passwords by visiting their eProfile at eid.k-state.edu/eProfile and following the on-screen instructions. At the eProfile page, students can also choose to reset their passwords via text message. Information Technology Services requires campus-wide password resets each semester to bolster personal and university security.
Agri-Industry Fair to be held in K-State Union
The Agri-Industry Career Fair will be held Wednesday in the K-State Student Union Ballroom from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. Students in attendance will be able to meet with local and national agriculture-related employers and learn about job and internship opportunities. Certain employers at the fair will be conducting next-day interviews. For a complete list of those companies and for more information on the fair, visit the Career and Employment Services website at k-state.edu/ces or call CES at 785-532-6506.
Beach Museum hosting Valentine event
The Beach Museum of Art is offering a Valentine’s Day workshop for adults Thursday from 6:30-8 p.m. Participants are invited to attend and make Valentines for loved ones. Reservations are required and cost $10 per person or $7.50 with a Beach Museum membership.
National a cappella group to visit K-State
Grammy-nominated a cappella group Sweet Honey In The Rock will be performing in McCain Auditorium on Friday. Sweet Honey In The Rock performs music based in a variety of genres, from R&B; to rap to traditional gospel. Students and residents can visit or call the McCain box office for ticket information. The show begins at 7:30 p.m.