A hundred years agoIn the photograph above is one of Nellie Kedzie's students. It was probably taken between 1882 and 1897 when Nellie Sawyer Kedzie taught domestic economy then was head of Household Economics and Hygiene. Her students provided food for campus celebrations and fed students for $1 for 12 lunches.
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In 1863, K-State’s students were future farmers and homemakers. Today’s students stretch into fields such as hydrology and gerontology. From cooks to scientists, they gathered food memories as students and influenced what goes on the table after graduation. Purple Pride … Continue reading