Chick-fil-A’s opening in K-State Union as told by Twitter


After much anticipation, Chick-fil-A opened at 10:30 a.m. today in the Kansas State Student Union.

Some students’ hearts grew three times larger with the addition of Chick-fil-A in the Union, which is five times larger than the Chick-fil-A that was in the Union prior to renovations.

It is no question that students have found this to be the best part of their day.

It might even be the best part of 2017.

The line to eat during Chick-fil-A’s grand opening has been long, but that could be because they now serve a lot more options, such as breakfast, milkshakes and coffees.

Or, it could be because students and guests could take pictures with the Chick-fil-A cows.

Or maybe, just maybe, students are preparing for next week’s home basketball game against the University of Kansas.

Hi, I'm Kaitlyn Alanis, former news editor for the Collegian and a May 2017 graduate in agricultural communications and journalism. I have never tried a hamburger and I hate the taste of coffee, but I love writing stories and sharing what I learn with our readers. By writing for the Collegian, I can now not only sing along when the K-State Band plays "The Band is Hot," but I also know that most agriculture students did not grow up on a farm, how to use an AED to save someone's life and why there is a bust of MLK Jr. outside of Ahearn Field House. Thanks for reading!