The Penny-Karamali campaign was found guilty of first violation.
Kelly campaign responds to SGA elections sanctions.
The Kelly-Spencer campaign was found in violation for misreporting of campaign expenses.
Jansen Penny wins the student body presidential primary with 54.4 percent of votes.
SGA debated building hours for the College of Business, committee member speaking rights and decreases in UPC privilege fee allocations.
Ryan Kelly and Jansen Penny, student body presidential candidates, discussed a variety of topics at the primary debate.
One candidate was removed from the ballot after failure to attend a mandatory meeting. The other suspended their campaign.
Four candidates are running in the 2019 K-State student body presidential primary. Here's who they are.
SGA Week will help students get more involved all week long in the Student Union.
From affordable housing to brainstorming initiatives, Alan Hinds is an intern who is on fire for SGA.
In the last student senate meeting of the semester, Student Governing Association heard from a representative from Housing and Dining Services and approved legislation forming a new Special Committee on Membership.
From elementary school student council to chair of the Special Committee on Membership, this freshman strives for progress.
Corbin Sedlacek, local relations director for Student Governing Association, works to better the lives of those around him.
In a special meeting in the K-State Alumni Association, student senate introduced plans for a new installment of the Special Committee on Membership and filled vacant positions in the executive and legislative branches.
The College of Arts and Science's $16.70 per-credit-hour fee is used appropriately, the Tuition and Fees Strategies Committee decided.
At the end of the three-week review cycle, the Privilege Fee Committee recommends to deny UPC's continuance request.
Bosco spoke for more than an hour on topics that were both related to and not related to the racist poster found to be a hoax in Jardine Apartments.
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.
Per semester, K-State students pay $444 on top of their normal tuition payments, but what does that get them?
Student senate's governmental relations committee announced their official plans for a Party at the Polls and continued to plan diversity summits within each college caucus.