Letter to the editor: Three leadership lessons from SGA’s student support director

Stephen Kucera, student support director for SGA, shares three lessons on leadership with the student body.

Letter from the student body president, Feb. 23

This letter from student body president Jack Ayres addresses state legislature work and reminds students to vote in SGA elections.

Letter to the editor: K-State fans need to stop booing Coach Weber

Allen Switzer, a 1971 K-State graduate, said the K-State basketball team would do better if fans stopped booing the coach.

Letter from the student body president, Feb. 9

A letter from student body president Jack Ayres announcing SGA Week, a week of events focused on SGA awareness.

Letter to the editor: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was callous to Middle East in Tuesday talk

Mary Abounabhan, senior in business management, addresses Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's comments about the Middle East in his recent talk at K-State.

Letter to the editor: Decisions about guns on campus should be individual ones

Evan Steckler, event coordinator for the College Republicans at Kansas State, says the decision to carry concealed weapons should be up to individual students.

Letter to the editor: A senior’s sentimental ‘Thank you’ to Manhattan

Lauren Mertz, a senior in mass communications, says her thanks to the city of Manhattan and all it does for K-State.

A letter from head football coach Bill Snyder

Bill Snyder, head football coach, wishes the student body well in this letter.

Letter to the editor: Cultural immersion classes should be required at K-State

Raushaid Penn, senior in mass communications, says classes like American Ethnic Studies 160 should be required for all students.

Letter to the editor: KSUnite is the start of the conversation, not the end

Madeline Ames, president of the Young Democrats at K-State, responds to a letter about the KSUnite rally.

Letter to the editor: The KSUnite rally won’t help in the long term

Evan Steckler, the event coordinator for the College Republicans at Kansas State, shares his doubts about the effects of the KSUnite rally.

Letter to the editor: KSUnite is an overreaction to racist incidents

Benjamin Ristow, a member of the College Republicans at K-State, says the KSUnite rally was an overreaction by the university.

A message from head football coach Bill Snyder

Bill Snyder, head football coach, addresses the student body in this letter to the editor.

Letter to the editor: Marching band’s anger toward reporters not justified

Jason Tidd, K-State alum, says marching band members are displaying unjustified anger toward the Collegian after an article on Saturday.

Letter to the editor: K-State needs to respond to anti-Semitic vandalism

Dr. Micaela Wexler, a professor at the KU Medical Center, expresses her concern that the K-State administration isn't doing enough to combat anti-Semitism.

Letter to the editor: Students need to take action during controversy, not K-State

Jane Chaffee, senior in advertising, argues the student body is responsible for creating a welcoming campus, not the K-State administration.

Letter from the student body president and vice president, Oct. 9

A letter from student body president Jack Ayres and vice president Olivia Baalman discussing lessons learned from a recent trip to the Big 12 Conference in Texas.

Letter to the editor: Don’t further regulate the Second Amendment

Evan Steckler, the event coordinator for College Republicans at Kansas State, responds to a recent opinion piece about gun control.

Letter to the editor: The ‘KU chant’ could hurt students socially, financially

The vulgar "F*** KU" chant could jeopardize students who rely on scholarship funds from K-State alumni.

Letter to the editor: The ‘KU chant’ is embarrassing for alumni, parents

1975 K-State graduate Tim Edwards explains why the vulgar KU chant can ruin a football game for alumni, parents and their children.
Advertisement