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Backstreets Back…Alright!

Do you ever dream about going back to the 90’s? Now you can! Way Back Wednesday gives you the opportunity to take a break from studying and make arts and crafts. Free food and admission for all participants! If you are in need of an accommodation due to a disability, please submit your request at […]

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We Heart You…AND COOKIES!

Just before grabbing a beverage at Tea at Three, stop by to decorate a sugar cookie! It could be for a friend, a family member, or even just a snack for yourself. You bring the creativity, and we’ll bring the cookies and frosting. See you there! If you are in need of an accommodation due to […]

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I volunteer as tribute!

We’re busy people and sometimes we miss the movies we want to see. We’re showing the Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2 at the Union! Free for KUID, $2 for General Public. We’ll see you there! If you are in need of an accommodation due to a disability, please submit your request at least 7 business days […]

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Are you ready to see the talents KU has to offer?

We are too! Join us for our annual talent show KU’s Got Talent and see the variety KU students have to showcase. Top 3 will be awarded prizes and selected by a panel of judges, BUT one person will be given a chance by YOU, the audience members, recommendation! Auditions will be held on Sunday, […]

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Come hear the words of Opal Tometi!

Student Union Activities and The Office of Multicultural Affairs Presents: Opal Tometti, one of the cofounders of Black Lives Matter. She will be speaking at the Lied Center on February 24 at 7 p.m. This event is free. We’ll see you there!

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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 […]