What Do You Want To Ask Gen. Meyers?

I want your questions for K-State’s new interim president.

Last week, retired Air Force Gen. Richard B. Meyers was appointed to serve as the interim university president at Kansas State University, according to Danielle Cook of the K-State Collegian.

Wednesday, he’s holding a press conference, and I get to write about it.

Details are still being confirmed, but there’s a possibility I might get ask him one or more questions, or, at the very least, that a room full of journalists might ask him something you’ve been wondering about.

So I want to hear from you. What do you want me to ask? What are you most curious about? What topics would you most like to hear Meyers’ responses to or regarding?

Disclaimer: I can’t promise to ask him any or all of the questions submitted because I don’t know how much time, if any, I’ll be allotted. So I apologize if I don’t get to yours. Still, I’ll do my absolute best to craft the most thorough story possible with the intention of answering as many of those questions as I can.

So tell me what you want to know. Here’s a link to his K-State profile if you want to know a little bit more about him first.

Comment below, hit me up on social media @poet598, or just contact me via the form on this page on this blog.

Have a great day everyone! Thanks for your support and feedback!


One thought on “What Do You Want To Ask Gen. Meyers?

  1. Please ask him if and why he approved of the war in Iraq during his time as one of the top advisers to President Bush and if today he still thinks that his decision was a wise one.

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