We Make Life Eventful!
The K-State Student Union Program Council plans more than 160 entertaining, educational, cultural and substance-free events each year for K-State students and the Manhattan community.
Signups for the Happy Trees Painting (Canvas) event on Friday, Jan. 26 will open on Monday, Jan. 22.
Kansas State University Black Student Union has partnered with Student Governing Association, Union Program Council, and K-State Athletics to welcome six-time NBA champion, best-selling author, motivational speaker and cancer survivor Kareem Abdul-Jabbar to Manhattan on Feb. 6 as the keynote speaker for the 2018 Black History Month Celebration.
This event is free and open to the public. It will feature an interview and question-and-answer format. He is expected to address many topics including social justice, sports and his personal testimony.
K-State students may pick up tickets Jan. 16 - 19 from 10 am - 2 pm outside of the UPC Office, Room 054, Ground floor, K-State Student Union with a valid K-State student ID (up to 4 tickets per K-State student ID). After Jan. 19, K-State students must go to the Bramlage Coliseum ticket office to pick up tickets from 8:30 am - 4:30 pm. The general public can claim up to four tickets per person beginning Wednesday, Jan. 24, in the Bramlage Coliseum ticket office between 8:30 a.m. and 5 p.m.
All seating for this event will be general admission, and adequate Bramlage Coliseum security measures will be in effect, including the use of metal detectors and the department’s clear bag policy. No backpacks or other large bags or purses will be permitted. Visit kstatesports.com/gameday for the clear bag policy.
In UPC, there are many ways to get involved. There are no dues to pay and no waiting for leadership opportunities. You determine your level of involvement. Some people choose to serve as volunteers at events, some choose to serve on a committee to assist in the planning of an event and some come up with a specific idea for an event.