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Potter Lake Cardboard Boat Regatta

Have you ever wanted to build and decorate a life-size cardboard boat and race it across Potter Lake? Of course, you have! And now, SUA is giving you a chance to make that dream a reality! The Potter Lake Cardboard Boat Regatta is for all KU students and is a great opportunity for teams of […]

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Campus Carnival feat. International Welcome

Join SUA and KU Dining as we bring back this annual KU tradition. We will have full-scale carnival rides, games, prizes, food, local performances, and more. Each person will receive 10 free tickets and additional tickets are available at minimal cost. Must have a KUID to enter. Visit SUAevents.com for more information. If you are […]

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Vic Mensa

SUA and KJHK present Vic Mensa in concert on Thursday, Oct. 8 at the Lied Center. Tickets go on sale at 11 a.m. Friday, Aug. 21. Advance tickets will be $10 for KU students, $15 for the general public, and $5 for SUA Student Saver Card holders.

Vic Mensa will perform Oct. 8, 2015 at the Lied Center of Kansas

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Cultural Programming: Guatemalan Worry Dolls

By Keonya Jackson With Cultural Crafts being an annual event for the Cultural Programming Committee, I thought it would be interesting to reflect on a past craft and research its cultural significance. Last year, Cultural Programming decided to make Guatemalan worry dolls, or trouble dolls. It was a super cool craft and in the Kansas […]

Cultural Programming: The Culture Behind Halloween

By Kailey Horosz Although many may know that Halloween was originally called All Hallows Eve, they might not know exactly where it originated and how it came to be so popular in the United States. Originally, the holiday was part of an ancient Celtic festival known as Samhain which was to celebrate the end of […]

Cultural Programming: Bodhi Day

By Jeemin Kim Lots of us are getting excited for the holidays whether it be Christmas, Hanukkah, or…Bodhi Day. Bodhi Day, December 8th, is a Buddhist holiday that celebrates the enlightenment of Siddhartha Gautama, the historical Buddha. (Fun fact: bodhi in Sanskrit actually means enlightenment!) How the Buddha attained enlightenment varies from sect to sect, […]

Holiday Jello Dessert

By David Wiesner Everyone has that one dessert they learned how to make from their grandparents. It is always made for every holiday because it reminds everyone of all of the good times they have with their family. This dessert is one that I learned how to make from my own grandmother, and it’s a […]