Carla Eckels brings you thoughtful stories about race and culture every month on In the Mix.
On People Leadership: Business executive Karen Carter defines her management style
Business executive Karen S. Carter explains how she puts together her management team.
Wichita's American Indian Institute: The history of a once thriving school for Native American boys
Discover the little-known history behind a school from Wichita’s Native American past.
The French Tearoom offers up a nice cup of tea and a chance to get away
Mariama Beemer says her new Black-owned business is an opportunity to express herself and connect with her origins and roots.
Just in Case: WSU first gentleman tends to the growth of students and gardens
For this edition of In The Mix, Carla Eckels talks with Rick Case about his daily schedule as Wichita State’s first gentleman.
Miss Kansas’ Teen 2023 stresses the importance of promoting good mental health
Miss Kansas’ Teen 2023 Erin Rolfe uses her platform to promote mental health.
Harold Miller: The first Black man to direct planes in Wichita to gain more exposure in new aviation exhibit
Harold Miller was the first Black air traffic controller at Wichita’s Mid-Continent Airport in the 1970s. The story of his career — will join the tales of other black aviation pioneers — as part of the Rip Gooch Black Aviators exhibit at the Kansas Aviation Museum.