News & Events:

"The Dead Can't Dance" Film Screening
Friday, April 3, 2015 at 1:30pm
K-State Student Union Little Theatre

A screening of the award winning film "The Dead Can't Dance" and a Q&A session with the filmmaker/artist Rodrick Pocowatchit, (Shawnee/Pawnee/Comanche) KSU Alumnus.

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The Center For Advocacy, Response and Education (CARE)
"Shatter The Silence"
April 6, 2014 at 12pm
Holton Hall Room 206

Shatter the Silence Lunch Hour is named in recognition of the cultural norms that encourage individuals to stay silent about the issues of sexual violence. Kansas State University, has and always will, place the safety of its students as a top priority. Silence will never be an acceptable response to sexual violence in the K-State community and these lunch hours are a reflection of that standard. Attendees will be able to speak with the CARE coordinators at each meeting, provide feedback on the meeting's topic and voice concerns. Shatter the Silence Lunch Hour is a forum for community dialogue on the first Monday of every month. The lunch hour will be in the CARE office, 206 Holton Hall, and provide a safe and affirming place for any community member who would like to be part of the conversations happening about sexual violence on college campuses. 

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"PowWow 101"
Friday, April 10, 2015 at 1:30pm
Union courtyard, Lower Level of the K-State Student Union

You are invited to "PowWow 101" join us to learn about the history and structure of a Native American PowWow, presented by the Arena Director for the KSU Alumni PowWow, Mr. Errol "Scotty" Brown Eyes, (Oglala Lakota) from Pine Ridge, SD.  

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KSU Alumni PowWow
Saturday, April 11, 2015 at 10:30am to 7pm
Grand Entry at 1pm and exhibition dances from 4pm to 5pm by the Haskel Indian Nations University Alaska Club and Calvin Smith, Flutist/Drummer

On the Saturday of the KSU Open House, the KSU Alumni PowWow returns to campus after 10+ years, you are invited to learn and participate in this event.  There will be exhibition dances as well as community dances. Here is the link to the PowWow Facebook Page with all the details.

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