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News release prepared by: Katie Mayes, 785-532-6415, kmayes@k-state.edu

Monday, May 3, 2010                                                   K-STATE COMMENCEMENT

K-STATE STUDENTS ADD TALENTS, WORDS OF WISDOM TO SPRING COMMENCEMENT

MANHATTAN -- Kansas State University's commencement ceremonies wouldn't be complete without the pomp and circumstance added by its very own students. Several students have been chosen to speak or perform at spring ceremonies May 8, 15 and 16.

The students include:

* Brian Williams, junior in music, Augusta, will play the prelude, processional and recessional for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design and the College of Engineering.

Danielle Meyer, senior in accounting and finance, Baileyville, will give student remarks for the College of Business Administration.

Jesse Benedick, master's student in landscape architecture, Beloit, will give student remarks for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Chance Gates, senior in music education, Coldwater, will be part of a quartet singing the national anthem for the College of Business Administration.

Gabe Dinkel, junior in mechanical engineering, Garden City, will be part of a quartet singing the national anthem for the College of Business Administration.

Laura Romig, senior in dietetics, Leavenworth, will perform the processional and recessional for the College of Agriculture and the College of Human Ecology.

Kyle Landau, senior in accounting, finance and marketing, Leawood, will be part of a quartet singing the national anthem for the College of Business Administration.

Blair Kocher, sophomore in business administration, Lenexa, will be part of a quartet singing the national anthem for the College of Business Administration.

John Allred, senior in music, Manhattan, will play the prelude, processional and recessional for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design and College of Engineering.

Hattie Hartschuh, senior in animal sciences and industry, Manhattan, will sing the national anthem for the College of Agriculture.

Andrew Horton, senior in music education, Manhattan, will sing the national anthem for the College of Education.

Eliot Linsenmeyer, fourth-year veterinary medicine student, Manhattan, will deliver the reflections address for the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Amanda May, fourth-year veterinary medicine student, Manhattan, will introduce the commencement speaker for the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Bryan Pinkall, graduate student in music, Manhattan, will sing the national anthem for the College of Arts and Sciences and the Graduate School.

Lindsay Bennett, senior in music education, Mulvane, will play the prelude, processional and recessional for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design and College of Engineering.

Aaron Dyck, master's student in architecture, North Newton, will give student remarks for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Victoria Chaput, senior in elementary education, Oakley, will be the student speaker for the College of Education.

Ashley Guenther, senior in agricultural communications and journalism and agricultural economics, Ottawa, will deliver the reflections address for the College of Agriculture.

Dalton Henry, senior in agricultural communications and journalism, Randolph, will give the graduate address for the College of Agriculture.

Caitlin Powell, senior in bakery science and management, Spring Hill, will sing the national anthem for the College of Agriculture.

Stacy Griffin, master's candidate in interior architecture and product design, Stilwell, will sing the national anthem for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Alexandria Teagarden, senior in apparel and textiles marketing, Tecumseh, will be the student commencement speaker for the College of Human Ecology.

Michael Campbell, senior in applied music, Wichita, will perform the prelude, processional and recessional for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design and the College of Engineering.

Adriann Sullivan, senior in electrical engineering, Wichita, will give the challenge to the graduates for the College of Engineering.

Katy Wittich, senior in industrial engineering, Wichita, will sing the national anthem for the College of Engineering.

Peter Weinert, sophomore in music education, Winfield, will play the prelude, processional and recessional for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design and College of Engineering.

Philip Zevenbergen, master's student in regional and community planning, Arvada, Colo., will give student remarks for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Mary Burgess, master's student in interior architecture and product design, Arcadia, Mo., will give student remarks for the College of Architecture, Planning and Design.

Stephanie Schneider, fourth-year veterinary medicine student, Sleepy Hollow, Ill., will sing the national anthem for the College of Veterinary Medicine.

Brian Koester, senior in technology management and professional pilot, Ankeny, Iowa, will give the student commencement address for K-State at Salina.

Samuel Brinton, senior in applied music and mechanical engineering, Perry, Iowa, will sing the national anthem and alma mater for the College of Human Ecology.