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Note to editor: Nathaniel Bozarth and Joyce Chen are graduates of Olathe North High School; Christina Farmer is a graduate of St. Thomas Aquinas High School; Ashley Franden and Courtney Schmitz are graduates of Olathe South High School; and Taylor Svec is a graduate of Olathe East High School.
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Monday, April 26, 2010
K-STATE'S SOPHOMORE LEADERSHIP HONORARY, SILVER KEY, SELECTS MEMBERS FOR 2010-2011
MANHATTAN -- Kansas State University's sophomore leadership honorary, Silver Key, has news members for the 2010-2011 school year.
To be eligible for Silver Key, students must have at least a 3.0 grade point average. The new initiates also had to be 2009 high school graduates and currently in their freshman year at K-State. Silver Key provides service to the K-State campus and the surrounding Manhattan community. Members organize and participate in a variety of community service projects each semester. Past projects have included food drives, highway cleanup efforts and providing childcare for Fort Riley families.
K-State students selected as 2010-2011 Silver Key members, who will all be sophomores, include:
Trevor Starks, political science, Anthony; Morgan Lindsay, agribusiness, Brookville; Sarah Stueder, life sciences, Claflin; Jason Ott, general agricultural, Coffeyville; Courtney Frantz, family studies and human services, Derby; Andrew Strasburg, agribusiness and agricultural communications and journalism, Elk City.
From Greater Kansas City: Calvin Heinz, business administration, and Sarah Miller, biology, both from Leawood; Nathaniel Bozarth, agronomy, Joyce Chen, wildlife and conservation biology, Christina Farmer, hotel and restaurant management, Ashley Franden, social work, and Courtney Schmitz, family studies and human services, all from Olathe; Andrea Sisk, interior design, Aaron Smith, arts and sciences-open option, Taylor Svec, kinesiology, Margaret Swagerty, secondary education, and Natalie Truman, chemical engineering, all from Overland Park; Maureen Orth, English, Prairie Village; Carolyn Gatewood, secondary education, and Andrew Waldman, industrial engineering, both from Shawnee; and Tyler Vollick, biology, Stilwell.
Emilie Taylor, biology, Lansing; Jamie Briscoe, animal sciences and industry, Lincoln; Mariah Charland, kinesiology, Grant Hill, engineering, and Elias Logan, architecture, all from Manhattan; Paul Harris, biology, Pratt; Jordan Fief, arts and sciences-open option, Salina; Kelly Zachariasen, biology, Topeka; Kristen McCormick, biology, Valley Center; Johnathan Yarrow, pre-journalism and mass communications, Wakefield; Cassandra Kniebal, animal sciences and industry, White City; and Rachel King, political science, Wichita.
From out of state: Madeline Sapyta, interior design, Highlands Ranch, Colo.; Lindsey Wilson, agribusiness, Amoret, Mo.; and Lauren Geiger, animal sciences and industry, Mound City, Mo.