Opinion columnist Jalen Collier encourages younger students to make the most of their time before graduation.
Opinion columnist Gannon Miller argues that students should fill out teaching evaluations to voice their opinions, both positive and negative, to improve courses for future students at the University of Kansas and the University itself.
Audience Engagement Editor Grant Heiman shares how the Kansan kept pulling him back in and just how thankful he is for the opportunity that shaped him as a journalist.
Editor-in-Chief Savanna Smith explores how the Kansan has helped form her as a person. Unsure if she is better for it, she knows she's been graced with beautiful people because of it. Smith graduates this month.
Associate Audience Engagement Editor Raeley Youngs reflects on how holding various jobs during her six semesters at the Kansan has helped her search for her "calling" and shaped who she is today. Youngs graduates this month.
Opinion columnist Jerika Miller argues in favor of the "fake it till you make it" approach to job searching and critiques the professional world for requiring vast experience to gain entry-level positions.
Opinion columnist Jamie Hawley argues against media monopolization as Netflix, Hulu, Disney+, NBC and other companies compete with streaming services.
Opinion columnist Haley Czuma reflects on her father's joy of playing the guitar and how his passion reminds her how important it is for us all to be passionate about something.
Opinion columnist Sam Harder writes that it’s no wonder that appeals for “democratic socialism” often fall on deaf ears because for many, socialism — not capitalism — inhibits freedom and democracy.