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K-State Today

October 9, 2013

Quest Freshman Honorary selects 36 new members

Submitted by Tyler Johnson

The new members of Kansas State University's freshman honorary, Quest, have been selected for the 2013-2014 academic year.

Quest is dedicated to the promotion and development of leadership and service skills among freshmen students. Each Quest member is paired with a member of Blue Key, a senior leadership honorary, to ensure mentorship, success and exposure to leadership experiences throughout their first year at K-State.

Members are given the opportunity to explore K-State's various programs, including athletics, campus government and the arts. Through these experiences they also receive the opportunity to network with many of K-State's top student and university leaders.

Students are selected for membership in the fall semester of their freshman year based on a competitive application and interview process. Demonstration of leadership and service in high school are important selection factors for Quest membership.

The 2013-2014 Quest members, all first-year students at K-State, are:

Elizabeth Allen, agribusiness, Holton; Beth Augustine, agricultural education, Ellis; Joshua Austin, chemistry, Dodge City; Emma Barnett, political science and international studies, Hutchinson; Lindy Bilberry, agribusiness, Garden City; Ellen Bodine, communication sciences and disorders, Shawnee; Carrie Carlson, bakery science, Lincolnville; Chanel Coyne, communication sciences and disorders, Iola; Katy Fernandes, international business, Flower Mound, Texas; Taylor Fry, business administration, hotel and restaurant management, Great Bend; Luke Garrison, chemical engineering, Topeka; Katie Gehrt, political science, De Soto; Hunter Harrison, business administration, Great Bend; JoLynn Hennerberg, biological and agricultural engineering, Hollenberg; Keeli Hostetler, public relations, Kiowa; Patrick Kennedy, finance, Paola; Caden Laptad, mathematics, Olathe; Sierra Lekie, political science, economics, Lenexa; Zach May, computer engineering, Oberlin; Morgan Mobley, broadcast journalism, Overland Park; Sarah Newell, industrial engineering, Stilwell; Tyler O’Briant, chemical engineering, Tonganoxie; Connor Philgreen, human nutrition, Bucyrus; Anna Plum, kinesiology, Olathe; Hunter Post, biology, Beloit; Wyatt Pracht, agricultural economics, agronomy, Westphalia; Abigail Reese, architecture, Springfield, Missouri; Jordan Reinhardt, family studies and human services, Overland Park; Melanie Riordan, apparel and textiles, Norwalk, Iowa; Anna Schneeberger, secondary English education, Fort Collins, Colorado; Rebekah Shirley, nutrition and kinesiology, Dodge City; Renae Tokach, animal science, St. Anthony, N.D.; Noah Trapp, microbiology, Ellsworth; Katie VanDever, communication studies, Augusta; Caitlyn Webb, international business, Manhattan; and Chris White, architectural engineering, El Dorado.

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