Student senate introduces resolution on inclusivity, passes continuance of counseling services, student health privilege...
On Thursday evening, the student senate passed continuances for the next fiscal year for Lafene Health Center and Counseling Services.
This year, campaigns utilized sidewalk chalking, tabling in the K-State Student Union and social media to promote their campaigns.
The results were announced on Wednesday after 6 p.m.
Kansas State Police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500, driving while license is suspended, revoked or canceled, driving under the influence of drugs/alcohol, possession of marijuana and possession of drug paraphernalia and a warrant arrest from Pottawatomie County.
The Intercultural Leadership meeting is still in the planning phase but is scheduled for 4:30 pm. on Mar. 26.
Parker said one of the goals of the merge is minimizing barriers so people get the help they need when they need it.
Around 2,500 cases of the U.K. variant of COVID-19 have been found in the United States. The Kansas Department of Health and Environment identified eight new cases of the variant in Sedgwick County on Monday, bringing the total to 10 in Kansas.
Student senate begins response to writings in Multicultural Student Center, discusses privilege fee legislation
The student senate hopes to craft a resolution to put pressure on the administration to better address student concerns.
Over 160 incidents have been reported to the KSUPD since the beginning of the 2020-2021 school year.
The Fine Arts presentation, though well-presented, Joshua Diazdeleon, college of education caucus leader and junior in elementary education, said, had missing information that could lead to second thoughts on some entity decreases.
Christian Watkins, director and campus pastor, said ECM always focused on making sure Kansas State students have a welcoming and inclusive space since the ministry's beginning 70 years ago.
The student senate considered a resolution decreasing the Fine Arts privilege fee allocation, which the senate will vote on next week.
The Tuition and Fees Task Force hopes to bring a proposal to the Kansas Board of Regents by June.
Michael Dowd, senior in animal science and global food systems leadership, and Cameron Koger, junior in marketing, took a 516-vote lead against their opponents in the primary SGA elections.
Kansas State can't move beyond the current phase at this point, but loosened restrictions could come in August, Dr. Kyle Goerl, Lafene's medical director, said.
On Friday, Kansas State will open its vaccine distribution clinic, but the early roll-out will be limited in size and scope.
Kansas State Police responded to multiple thefts under $1,500, battery and disorderly conduct and possession of marijuana.
Privilege Fee Committee recommends continuance for Lafene, Counseling Services, decrease to Fine Arts
The Privilege Fee Committee recommended a continuance of $5,675,208 to the Lafene Health Center and $843,843 to Counseling Services, and a decrease of over $100,000 to the Fine Arts allocation.
The Diversity Programming Committee lacked the funds to cover anticipated events because of a 60 percent cut to the Student Activity Fee, which the campus privilege fee funds.
Dianna Schalles, registered dietitian at Lafene Health Center, has worked at Kansas State for over 20 years.