LETTER: New white nationalism not welcome in Manhattan

A word from Manhattan City Commissioner Aaron Estabrook.

LETTER: SGA has a lot of work to do to be inclusive to all...

Camila Segura Rivera, Graduate School student senator and a graduate student in architecture, shares her opinion on how to make Student Governing Association more inclusive.

LETTER: SGA has a lot of work to to to be inclusive to all...

Camila Segura Rivera, Graduate School student senator and a graduate student in architecture, shares her opinion on how to make Student Governing Association more inclusive.

LETTER: K-State should continue to strive for a fall break

Senior Natalie Wolf contends that adding a fall break should still be a priority, for the sake of the students.

LETTER: Welcome to campus from student body president and vice president

Student body president Penny and vice president Karamali are excited to share with you the areas of progress made as well as strategic goals moving forward.

Letter to the Editor: K-State should be doing more to solve housing injustice

"Instead of addressing the fundamental needs of students and underpaid staff on campus, we see administration costs increasing."

LETTER: Eliminating meat from your diet is not the solution to climate change

An animal sciences student offers up an alternative solution to cutting meat from your diet to help cut back on greenhouse gas emissions.

LETTER: McCain renovations prioritize donors over students, and that’s not right

Joshua Arnoldy, senior in applied music, speaks out against the planned McCain Auditorium renovations due to the poor state of student facilities.

LETTER: Media perceptions of law enforcement can be incorrect, we should be careful

Mason Reaser reminds us to be careful about what we read because media bias can have harmful effects.

LETTER: SGA didn’t have the evidence to vote against Turning Point USA funding

Joshua Arnoldy, speaker pro tempore of SGA, provides context for the controversial allocation to K-State's Turning Point USA chapter.

LETTER: A long list of reasons why Turning Point USA shouldn’t be at K-State

From scandals to SGA takeovers, Colin Goodman has a long list of reasons why Turning Point USA should not be given a platform at K-State.

LETTER: A response to SAGA’s statement against Turning Point USA

Carmen Schober, Kansas State alumna, responds to SAGA's recent statement against the upcoming Turning Point USA event at K-State.

LETTER: Turning Point USA’s harmful rhetoric should not be welcome at K-State

Kayla Clark, senior in political science, says Turning Point USA's reputation directly clashes with K-State's values of diversity and inclusion.

LETTER: Why rural students face unseen challenges in college

Noah Ochsner, freshman in agricultural communications and journalism, says rural students can be at a disadvantage coming into college.

LETTER: After Christchurch, standing up for each other should be our first reaction

In response to the Christchurch shooting, SGA members Ryan Kelly, Jansen Penny and Ali Karamali challenge the student body to be more inclusive.

LETTER: A response to the controlling left, in light of the Christchurch attacks

Another mass shooting has occurred, this time in New Zealand, but the left should not use this as an opportunity to pass more gun control laws.

LETTER: After this election, rules regarding SGA elections must be revised

Ryan Kelly, former student body presidential candidate, breaks the silence to end the rumors surrounding his disqualification from the race for student body president.

LETTER: Let your voice be heard, vote in the SGA election

Hayley Spellman, chair of the governmental relations committee, reminds students to vote for student body president

LETTER: Current election drama should not distract from SGA’s noble goals

Current SGA leaders want to remind students that, although flawed, SGA is still here to serve the students.

LETTER: Celebrating the love of learning when resources are scarce

Students showcase the love of learning and devotion to knowledge through undergraduate research projects.
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