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I was recently in an interview where I was asked what my favorite part about K-State is. My answer? Quest. This may seem odd to you, that out of everything that this amazing school has to offer, I would choose a club that I’m involved in. Well Quest Freshman Honorary is much, much more than just a club.
When I first heard about Quest, I understood that it was essentially a back stage pass to K-State. We would get to meet with President Schulz, see the new renovations on the Rec before anyone else, tour the basketball training facility, and participate in other cool inside opportunities. Over the past semester I have learned so much about the ins and outs of K-State and have gotten to talk to people who are passionate about impacting and empowering students. It has been incredible to see how community oriented our campus is and how hard everyone works to keep K-State at its best. Because of these experiences, I so look forward to the rest of the year and the other events that Blue Key has in store for us, but these don’t come close to describing all the ways that Quest has impacted me.
At our first event, we got to meet at Dean Bosco’s house and have dinner, play games, and see what the semester would look like. Meeting everyone who had also made it into Quest was amazing. That first day, I got to know so many other students who shared my interests and were looking to get involved in the same types of clubs and organizations as me. And let me tell you, as an incoming freshman who was confused, lost, and new to campus, this was definitely needed. As the semester progressed, we really began to bond as a group. I noticed we were getting together more often outside of the scheduled events and starting to open up to each other. Since that first day, the other 30 freshman have become some of my best friends and I don’t know what I would do if I hadn’t met them.
So Quest has some great events and it’s a great way to meet friends, but what really sets it apart? What is the icing on the cake for why it’s my favorite part about K-State? Why am I writing this blog? Blue Key. These fifteen seniors have each inspired and challenged me in so many different ways. Although I specifically got paired up with a mentor, I have been able to get to know all of the Blue Keyers through the different events, Catalyst classes, and their willingness and eagerness to spend time with us. It is such a unique experience to have a group of upperclassmen who can show you the ropes, watch out for you, and invest in you. Throughout this year I have formed lasting friendships and mentorships and I know I speak for all the Questies when I say how excited I am that nine of them will be sticking around one more year!
Blue Key does so much for the K-State family and the impact they have on and off campus is huge. I see such dedication, passion and leadership from these fifteen seniors and I honestly think they have no limit to what they can do! If you’re reading this, I hope you’ve had the chance to get involved in Blue Key in some way, and I hope you can understand why I didn’t hesitate to tell my interviewer that Quest is my favorite part about K-State.