‘Grice & Rauth’ ready themselves for week of campaigning to try to close 140...

The few moments during the announcement of primary election results were probably the only moments John Grice and Natalie Rauth had to catch their...

Primary elections begin today

The first round of reckoning has arrived for students campaigning for student government positions for the 2011-12 academic year. Voting for primary elections begins...

Three bills passed for allocations

Student Senate passed three allocation bills at last evening's meeting, the only legislation that was up for a vote in a meeting that lasted...

Student Senate to discuss city’s ban on cellphone use

The Student Senate will take a stance in the city-wide debate on a cellphone ban and review project recommendations to receive funding at tonight's...

Committee proposes election changes

The Student Government Association held its second meeting of the fall semester Thursday night with over 50 members in attendance. At the forefront of...

Winners of the SGA election

Position                        VotesGeneral ElectionStudent Body President/ Vice PresidentDalton Henry / Wayne Stoskopf            2751Board of Directors, Student Publications (1...

Henry/Stoskopf pull out victory in general election

The tension at the Last Chance Next Door bar mounted with every delay of the announcement of the winner of the K-State student body...

Huschka, White lose election but are re-elected to Student Senate

Anxiety turned to disappointment at Tubby's Sports Bar as the results were announced Wednesday night that Andrew Huschka and Laura Rachelle White lost to...

Peele encourages students to meet candidates, choose president wisely

This year, our student government election is undoubtedly one of the most important in the history of our school. After 23 years, K-State will...

Henry, Stoskopf promote connections with alumni, partial tuition wavers

Real People. Real Action.This phrase captures our excitement for working to ensure that students' needs come first at K-State. We are focused on issues...

Huschka, White encourage students to get involved in governing process

As we move into a year of unprecedented uncertainty at K-State, our student body will face challenges requiring a new, innovative approach to effectively...

2 student body presidential hopefuls share top 5 goals for their administrations

Andrew HuschkaPROGRESS OF CURRENT ADMINISTRATION's SUCCESS In a position with annual turnover, effective transition is vital. The current administration has advanced issues that will...

Huschka/White campaign found guilty of one infraction, cleared of four during hearing

Student body presidential and vice-presidential candidates Andrew Huschka and Laura Rachelle White were found guilty of one major campaign violation by the Student Governing...

SGA elections commissioner resigns; Banion appointed to fill position

In an emergency Student Governing Association meeting Sunday night, Student Senate voted unanimously to appoint Tanner Banion as the new elections commissioner.Student Body President...

Huschka/White found guilty of violations, face no major consequences (UPDATED)

There was a correction to this story. Huschka and White did not endorse the College of Business Administration e-mail, contrary to prior reports.)Student body...

Swift, Schultz out of race, say they find supporters encouraging

By Tim Schrag Kansas State Collegian A confident and upbeat atmosphere at Porter's last night turned to shock and disbelief as a crowd...

Huschka/White come in first in SGA primary

Andrew Huschka and Laura Rachelle White have another week of campaigning ahead of them after the primary election polls closed Wednesday night with Huschka...

Henry/Stoskopf come in second in primary to remain in race

Exuberant screams and chants of "Henry/Stoskopf" filled the Last Chance Next Door bar shortly after the student body president primary election results were announced...

Two jugglers file for SGA elections, plan to make changes

Avid carnival enthusiasts and jugglers, Jonathan "the Jelly Juggler" Culver, sophomore in elementary education, and Jason "the Unicycle" Kennedy, junior in computer science, filed...
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