KMSU Auction gives back to MSU student
Minot State University’s Department of Broadcasting announces that for their 10th annual KMSU Auction, 10 percent of the proceeds will benefit Kala Wangsness, a junior at the university. This is the first year the auction will donate to an MSU student. The KMSU auction will be on Tuesday, Dec. 2nd at 6:30 p.m. live on Channel 19.
Wangsness is a triple major in management, international business and accounting with a grade point average of 3.3. She is ultimately looking toward a career path in law. Highly active on campus, Wangsness is involved as a senator in the Student Government Association, works in the career services office, and is a peer mentor. Debra Chandler, mentoring program advisor, works closely with Wangsness and said "Kala is always willing to help out and do anything."
Wangsness is the daughter of Dale and Cathy Wangsness of Powers Lake. She was diagnosed with Hodgkin's Lymphoma in April 2008 and has undergone chemotherapy with radiation treatments to begin in the near future.
For additional questions, please contact Auction Coordinator Amber Jensen at (701)848- 6158 or firstname.lastname@example.org or Nicki Head, promotions chair, at (701)720-3096.