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By Kansas FFA on December 3, 2021

New Congressional FFA Caucus Formed by Kansas Representative

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On Thursday, Dec. 2, U.S. Representative Tracey Mann (R-KS) said he and Rep. Jimmy Panetta (D-CA) announced the Congressional FFA Caucus in the U.S. House of Representatives. He said the FFA Caucus will serve as an informal group of U.S. Representatives dedicated to issues related to the next generation of agriculture leaders and students who pursue careers in agriculture, food, natural resources and related sciences.

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By Rachel Sebesta on November 23, 2021

An Open Letter to Kansas FFA

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As the time of Thanksgiving draws near, I have been reflecting on those around me and working express my gratitude towards all of them. On this incredible walk of life, I have several people beside me, being sure I am making progress on the right path. The first people I must include on my list […]

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By Ashley Chandler on November 15, 2021

Fighting Our Villains

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Who would play you in the movie of your life? Reese Witherspoon, Ashton Kutcher, Emma Watson, Will Smith, or maybe Kevin Costner? More importantly, who plays the villain in the movie of your life? Or maybe let’s consider who the villain is in our life. Throughout life, we cross paths with hundreds of different people, some of whom are not […]

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By Josey Schmidt on November 11, 2021

Drums? Where did this come from?

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Who would've known that I would be learning how to play the drums my freshman year in college. If you would have told me in the month of August that I would know how to play the drums. I would have probably laughed and said no way. However here I am in the first week of November with my own drum set learning how to not only make a beat, but carry it consistently as well.

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By Lydia Watanabe on November 1, 2021

Words have Power

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The power of words has hit me more than ever the last couple of months. I’m blown away by conversations I’ve had with countless individuals here at K-State. Are you ever just in awe because of a rich and incredible conversation you’ve had with someone? I’ve never felt so good as after one of these conversations. Honestly, I didn’t know if I wanted to write about this because it’s hard to find the words to describe the feeling in my heart, after finishing one of these.

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By Jocelyn Dvorak on October 26, 2021

Homesick

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The end of a good Disney movie normally has some sort of reunion. Mulan got to go home, Ariel got to live on land with the prince, and Rapunzel met her real parents. We all go through times where we are surrounded by our loved ones, and times where we feel like we are traveling alone. How do we manage to continue growing as people, even when our role models, family, or friends aren’t with us?

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By Eric Peterson on October 19, 2021

Sacrifice

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Recently I was allowed the opportunity to take a trip to Washington D.C. with another organization that I am involved in. I have taken several trips to D.C. in the past and the monuments always impress me and blow me away, but this time something different struck me.

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