From the president’s desk


Dear K-Staters,

Hope your week is off to a great start. Hang in there for just a few more days – our well deserved spring break is right around the corner.

This week, we’re proud to announce the rollout of the LiveSafe campus safety app at K-State. It will be free for all members of the K-State community to download and use. LiveSafe will give you a direct connection to campus police, allow for peer-to-peer location tracking and much more. Download it on your phone’s app store to see what else it can do!

LiveSafe’s debut was made possible by a collaboration between the Office of Student Life, Student Governing Association and the Office of Environmental Health and Safety. The goal is for individuals to share information with friends and safety officials about sexual assault, mental health issues and violence — preventing incidents before they occur.

The Lifeline 911 bill is set for a vote in the state Senate within the next few days, and we could really use your support. Send a quick email to your senator urging them to vote “yes” on Senate Bill 133. Head to to find out which senator represents your district.

Have a great week and, as always, go ‘Cats!


Reagan Kays
student body president

Cody Kennedy
student body vice president