David Holliday received the 2015 College of Agriculture Distinguished Alumnus Award on May 2 for his commitment to agriculture, his community, Kansas State University, and contributions to society through education.
Story by Dan Martin, senior (ACJ)
When summer comes around, the average college student thinks about hanging out with friends and sleeping in until the early afternoon. This is not the case for three ACJ students. These students want to gain knowledge and a competitive edge in the market place after graduation.
Story by Brooke Harshaw, senior (ACJ)
After three to five years of figuring out what major to declare, what courses to take, trying to decide what you might want to do with your life and making life-long friends, K-Stater’s head out into the world to start their careers. Many students are coming to the end of their undergraduate careers here, and as a result, must take what they’ve learned and put it to use in the next stage of their life. Some students will be jumping right into full-time jobs, while others will be going to graduate school.
Story by Jackie Newland, junior (ACJ)
Agricultural communications and journalism majors keep busy by exploring other interests unrelated to their major. Some are involved with different areas in agriculture, other hobbies, or extra curricular activities. For Mallory Diekmann, sophomore in ACJ, her outlet is theatre.