Happy Homecoming Week, Wildcats! For more than 40 years the Kansas State University student body has elected two Student Ambassadors during All-University Homecoming to represent their peers and the K-State Alumni Association at alumni and university events. K-State students will continue that tradition.
Students may vote for the male and female candidates of their choice here. The polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24.
Ambassadors serve a one-year term, and each receive a $1,500 scholarship, clothing from Borck Bros. and the official K-State ring from the Alumni Association.
This year's candidates are:
- Sam Bond, junior in human development and family science
- Natalia Rodriguez, sophomore in human resources management and Spanish
- Angelina Tran, freshman in supply chain management
- Michael Duncan, senior in theatre
- Chaz Corredor, junior in finance
- Max Harman, sophomore in biochemistry and global food systems leadership
A full listing of the candidate biographies can be found here.
The winners will be announced during the halftime show at the football game on Saturday, Oct. 26.
This year's Homecoming theme is Manhappiest Place on Earth and marks K-State's 104th Homecoming celebration. Homecoming is a universitywide celebration sponsored by the K-State Alumni Association. For more information on Homecoming and the Student Ambassadors program visit www.k-state.com/Homecoming.