The stadium was constructed in the 1920s to honor the 48 K-State students and alumni who died in World War I, was never fully completed to its original design and was not dedicated. In April of 2017 on the 100th anniversary of U.S. entry into World War I Memorial Stadium was officially dedicated. The stadium was the first memorial on campus. Identical plaques commemorating veterans are located on the south ends of both West Stadium and East Stadium.
The stadium, built in the 1920s to honor the 48 K-State students and alumni who died in World War I, was never fully completed to its original design and never dedicated. The Stadium was officially dedicated in April 2017 to confide with the 100th anniversary of U.S. entry
Cross the street and enter the Student union. Go to the first floor and you will find the:
Vietnam War Plaque
Before the Vietnam Veterans Memorial was built, a memorial plaque was donated to the university in 1969 and placed on the first floor of the K-State Student Union to honor those students who died in the Vietnam War.
From the Student Union building head north on north 17th street (.4 miles and 8 minutes) to General Richard B. Meyers Hall . Meyers Hall is the Military Science Building and houses three memorials.