From the president’s desk

A word from Andy Hurtig, K-State's student body president

From the President’s desk

OrgSync Week, Workshop architects, and Union renovation updates

From the president’s desk

A letter from the new student body president and vice president.

Letter: We are more

Assistant Professor of journalism and mass communication, Kimetris Baltrip, addresses the need for conversation in the face of diversity and differences

Sorority recruitment: Trusting a process that isn’t perfect

A look at sorority recruitment from the inside.

From the President’s Desk

A letter from the student body president and vice president.

Letter from BSU: #TheBlackExperience #InheritTheRevolution

K-State's Black Student Union is recognized for its recent achievement and exploration of the African-American culture.

Guest editorial: A threat to K-State’s shared-governance model

A former SGA senator writes about the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee.

Letter to President Myers on K-State diversity

Campus leaders from student organizations outline a list of steps Kansas State administration should take to increase the university's diversity.

Letter from the editor

An open letter to the human population.

From the president’s desk: Oct. 21

Homecoming preparations and an update on progress made toward a medical amnesty tax law

From the President’s Desk

The student body president and vice president talk about their summer plans for K-State.

From the President’s Desk

A letter from the student body president and vice president.

A response to the Diversity 2025 group

President Richard Myers responds to an April 13 letter to him from leaders of student organizations.

From the President’s Desk

By Eli Schooley, Student Body President

Guest Editorial: Some questions about the Confucius Institute

Jon Mahoney, associate professor of philosophy, expresses his opinion about K-State's partnership with the Confucius Institute.

The Sankofa Column: Oct. 13

A letter from the Black Student Union.

From the president’s desk

A trip to Iowa revealed how lucky we are, a new app is now available to help students stay safe, Workshop Architects will be back in town soon and the medical amnesty policy continues to pick up momentum

Letter from BSU: #TheBlackExperience #InheritTheRevolution

A guest editorial from the Black Student Union.

OP-ED: What Gillette gets right in its controversial ad

Gillette's ad was controversial, but it got a few things right.
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