K-State Today Student Edition
January 19, 2018
Updated ticket and security information for Jan. 25 Martin Luther King III lecture
By Office of DiversityDue to the relocation of Martin Luther King III’s lecture and implementation of updated security measures, tickets to the event must be exchanged.
Please return your ticket to the office from which you originally obtained it — Office of Diversity, 224 Anderson Hall, or Center for Student Involvement, Room 114 of the K-State Student Union. A limited number of student tickets are still available in the Center for Student Involvement office.
Adequate security measures have been implemented and metal detectors will be in use. Attendees will not be allowed to bring backpacks or purses into the lecture. Possession of weapons, including the concealed carrying of handguns, is prohibited at this event.
Martin Luther King III will present the lecture Thursday, Jan. 25, in Forum Hall of the K-State Student Union. Attendees should arrive as soon as possible to avoid possible delays. The doors will open at 11:30 a.m. and the event will start promptly at 12:30 p.m.
Video streaming of the event will be available only in overflow spaces in the K-State Alumni Center’s Ballroom and the Union’s courtyard.