Future leaders find guidance through SGA intern program

Intern program serves to educate young students about the ins and outs of student government

Bees can’t be bothered to leave

Facilities said, "There isn't much more we can do to fix the problem."

College of Architecture, Planning and Design uses 2025 plan to build off success

Seaton renovation, research and focusing on nontraditional students foundation of AP Design 2025 plan

Senators focus on judicial branch changes

SGA restructures the student tribunal, student review board and attorney general appointments and approves academic freedom statement

Senate makes moves for progress Thursday

[Student Governing Association meeting features new development, #ItsOnUs campaign and appointments]

Kays and Kennedy provide progress on campaign platforms

Student body President Reagan Kays and Vice President Cody Kennedy give an update on the status of Your Education, Your Passion, Your Life

Senators discuss campus updates

Student Governing Association meeting focuses on changes to campus organizations and parking

From the President’s Desk: September 9

The SGA President and Vice President address the football game, the Union renovation, the state fair and the North Campus Corridor

Bosco welcomes back SGA senate, student cabinet

At the first Student Governing Association meeting of the year, initial training took place

Kays and Kennedy take office as new Senate term begins

Reagan Kays and Cody Kennedy were sworn in as student body president and vice president last night, in the first meeting of the 2014-2015 Student Senate term

Marathon Senate meeting sees boatload of legislation

As the end of the session looms, Senators spent more than three hours on legislation in the Big 12 Room last night

Senate debates academic competition team funding

Bill amended to add an additional $10,000 in funding for academic competition teams

Schooley tells Senators of proposed fees before Tuition Strategies Committee

Representatives from Flint Hills Metropolitan Planning Organization and the Agriculture Student Council also addressed Student Governing Association's legislative branch

Your education. Your Passion. Your Life. Your Kays & Kennedy

The veteran Student Senators will take office at the end of current Student Governing Association session in four weeks.

Kays, Kennedy win student body presidential primary in landslide

SGA veterans, Kays and Kennedy, received more than 80 percent of the vote to take a commanding lead into the general elections

Student Senate debates on Diversity Programming Committee representation

The body also heard presentations on the K-State Student Union renovation and global food systems

Schooley’s Letter: SGA brings safety app to campus

This Week: SGA Brings Safety App to Campus

Student Senate allocates more than $18,000 in packed night of final action

Bulk of legislation allocated funds to college student councils for open houses

Student body presidential candidates square off in Union Courtyard

Reagan Kays and Cody Kennedy debated Jarrett Romine and AJ Davis on platform issues and views Wednesday

SGA presidential, vice presidential debate to be held Wednesday

K-State Student Governing Association's candidates debate student issues on path toward elections