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Corbin Sedlacek, local relations director for Student Governing Association, works to better the lives of those around him.
From elementary school student council to chair of the Special Committee on Membership, this freshman strives for progress.
Matt Mindrup and Emily Zwick, candidates for student body president and vice president, address the student body in this guest editorial.
As far as her campaign goes, Heatherman said she is focusing on three main aspects of student life: affordability, wellness and the campus experience.
Students will travel to the Kansas Statehouse for Higher Education Day to advocate for the issues important to them and the university.
Officers of the Student Governing Association receive compensation and scholarships from student privilege fee dollars.
While the influx of several thousand fans into Bill Snyder Family Stadium has caused traffic and safety issues in the past, a new drop-off lane seeks to address those issues.
Moyer said his affinity for the Judicial Branch in the United States government led him to put a poster of a Supreme Court Justice on his wall.
For Jacob Casey, his student body presidential run is about the journey, not the victory.
Matt Mindrup and Emily Zwick, candidates for student body president and vice president, sit down with the Collegian to talk about their campaign: "Focused on You."
Jack Ayres and Olivia Baalman, candidates for student body president and vice president, sit down with the Collegian to talk about their three platforms: "Your Degree. Your Campus. Your Voice."
Jack Ayres and Olivia Baalman win student body presidency with 52 percent of the vote.
Students at K-State give their opinions on whether or not vaping should be included within a proper campus-wide tobacco ban.
K-State's student government pleaded with students to stop the infamous chant in an email to student leaders Monday evening.
Following a tumultuous week of elections, Jordan Kiehl will be K-State's next student body president.
Jordan Kiehl and Lacy Pitts received 57 percent of the student vote after the presidential election was delayed for two days.
Like everything else this semester, student senate was forced to find a way to continue meeting to complete its legislative docket as a pandemic necessitated the closure of campus and social distancing protocols.
The Student Governing Association discussed officer compensation, rejecting the recommendations from the committee.
Jack Ayres and Matt Mindrup will move on to the general elections, which will be held March 7-8.