College students received another expensive lesson in cause and effect last week, as Kansas State University announced plans to increase its proposed tuition increase for the fall from 5 percent to 5.81 percent. K-State was responding to larger than expected budget cuts announced the previous week by Gov. Sam Brownback. Other universities may follow suit before the Kansas Board of Regents’ June meeting. – Phillip Brownlee
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