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Daniel Caudill, former editor in chief

Daniel Caudill, Former Editor in Chief

Daniel Caudill is the former editor in chief for The Sunflower. A staffer at the paper since 2017, Caudill first covered Student Government Association and general news as a reporter. He worked as the paper's news editor in fall 2019. Caudill also formerly worked part-time from 2018 to 2020 as a reporter at The Derby Informer, a weekly newspaper in Derby. In summer 2019, he worked as a reporter and photographer for the Flint Hills Media Project.

He is a political science major seeking a minor in journalism. After college, Caudill would like to be an education, crime or government reporter for a newspaper or non-profit organization.

You can reach him at [email protected]

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Secretary of State Mike Pompeo sits down for an interview with The Sunflower on Friday as part of his visit to Wichita State University for a roundtable on business. The former U.S. Representative for Kansas' 4th District visited Kansas with Ivanka Trump this week, touring WSU Tech and Textron Aviation East.

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October 31, 2019
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October 25, 2019
Secretary of State Mike Pompeo, who got his start as an entrepreneur in Wichita, speaks on Friday to primarily business students during a roundtable at the Woodman Alumni Center. He visited Wichita State as part of he and Ivanka Trump's visit to Kansas this week.

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October 25, 2019
Capt. Wendell Nicholson of the Wichita Police Department speaks Wednesday at the Black Student Union's biweekly meeting. He was one of three local black officers to speak about community policing, rights and how to interact with officers.

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October 17, 2019
Student Veterans Organization member Drew Edwards, right, serves chili to Dan Bogle Friday at the SVO’s annual chili cook-off. The event moved indoors ahead of an incoming storm.

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October 6, 2019
Student Body Vice President Michael Bearth speaks at last Wednesday’s Student Government Association meeting. He and the rest of SGA hope to fill the end-of-the-year Student Fees Committee early this year.

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October 2, 2019
Paraders with T-Mobile were decked out in pink at the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. They were just one business that showed their support for the local LGBT+ community.

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September 29, 2019
Three students walk through the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. Behind them, rainbow-colored balloons spell

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September 29, 2019
Paraders carry a variety of flags through the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. Some paraders rode on floats, while others took the one-mile trip on foot.

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September 29, 2019
Paraders with T-Mobile were decked out in pink at the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. They were just one business that showed their support for the local LGBT+ community.

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September 29, 2019
Catherine Sutterfield decked out her horse and miniature pony for the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. The full-sized horse is Hoss; the miniature one is Texas.

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September 29, 2019
Three young parade participants hold part of an LGBT+ pride flag that was used in the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. It immediately followed a United States flag.

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September 29, 2019
A parade participant holds one corner of an LGBT+ pride flag that was used in the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. It immediately followed a United States flag.

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September 29, 2019
Ralliers gather outside the Sedgwick County Historic Courthouse at the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. The crowd heard from a lineup of speakers that included politicians, activists and citizens.

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September 29, 2019
Two children watch as State Rep. Brandon Woodard speaks outside the Sedgwick County Historic Courthouse at the 2019 Wichita Pride Parade. He was the first openly gay man elected to the Kansas government.

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September 29, 2019
Kellsey Molina, left, paints a Minnie-Mouse design on Avery Roe's face Sunday at Open Streets ICT. Molina was one of four artists painting faces with Face-It Studios.

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September 23, 2019
Taylah Corsiglin draws a chalk butterfly on the sidewalk at Open Streets ICT. Attendees were encouraged to

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September 23, 2019
Rebecca Ligget, left, and Ariel Larson display their pole-dancing skills Sunday at Open Streets ICT. The two help provide lessons at the nearby Sway Ballroom and Latin Dance Studio.

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September 23, 2019
A balloon-animal artist, who only provided the name

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September 23, 2019
A balloon-animal artist, who only provided the name

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September 23, 2019
Sunshine Trucking performs Sunday outside The Vagabond as part of Open Streets ICT. The six-piece collective provided a rock groove withh a country twang.

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September 23, 2019
Attendees at Open Streets ICT traveled the Delano District on foot, bicycle and scooter. The event provided a change in atmosphere for one of Wichita's busiest commercial areas.

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September 23, 2019
Freshman Sen. Rachel Spencer speaks during discussion Wednesday at the SGA Diversity, Empowerment and Inclusion Committee meeting. She and other committee members began drafting legislation to condemn a bias incident that occured Saturday.

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May 21, 2021
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