Homecoming Calendar

Bethany Huddleston, then sophomore in biology and a member of Alpha of Clovia, brushes in purple bricks for their Wizard of Oz themed painting as part of Paint the 'Ville at Aggieville during Homecoming 2013. (Jed Barker | The Collegian)


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10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Paint the ’Ville in Aggieville: campus groups and greek homecoming pairings paint windows of businesses in Aggieville in the theme of this year’s homecoming events.

8 p.m. Wildcat Request Live at Bramlage Coliseum: a lip sync and dance competition where homecoming pairings compete with each other.

7 p.m. K-State vs. Oklahoma volleyball game at Ahearn Field House.

8 a.m. to 5 p.m. K-State Student Ambassador Elections.

6-8 p.m. Children’s Carnival at the K-State Student Union: open to the Manhattan and surrounding communities.

3-5:30 p.m. Trick-or-Treat in Aggieville.

5 p.m. Homecoming Parade: featuring K-State alumni, former Wildcat football standouts and brothers Kevin and Aaron Lockett, who are father and uncle of current K-State wide receiver Tyler Lockett.

6:30 p.m. Homecoming Pep Rally at the Larry Norvell Band Shell in City Park after the homecoming parade.

9 a.m. Alumni Association pre-game party in Cat Town: located in the west parking lot of Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Advanced RSVP required. Cost is $20 per adult, and $15 per child ages 4-17.

11 a.m. Homecoming football game: K-State vs. Texas.

The winning Greek Spirit signs from the week will be displayed at Bill Snyder Family Stadium and during halftime the new Student Ambassadors will be announced.

Shelton grew up in the desert southwest. A native of Lancaster, California, he mostly grew up in south Phoenix, Arizona; Austin, Texas; and Colorado Springs, Colorado before moving to Kansas and graduating from Junction City High School. He started working as a news writer for the Collegian in 2009 before taking a three-year break from college. He returned to K-State in 2013 and has since worked for the news desk, feature desk, as a copy editor and now as a sports writer. He enjoys tap dancing, writing anything possible, reading court opinions and watching Arizona Coyotes hockey.