Panic! At the Disco Tickets Announced

Tickets for the band Panic! At The Disco go on sale to students Monday, Mar. 7 for $15 and are available to the general public Wednesday, Mar. 9 for $20.

Students are able to purchase tickets at the concierge desk in the Student Center between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. or the box office during its regular hours.

Students are limited to buy up to four or six tickets.

Unsure of the official limit of purchased student tickets, the College of Fine Arts and Communication Representative Emilia Barrick said, “Usually it’s four or six because that’s the way it’s been in the past.”

Panic! At The Disco will perform in the Farris Center on April 10, 2016.

As students look forward to attend a killer concert, graduates can look forward to earning a new cord to be worn at graduation.

The new cord will be available to students who worked at least 100 hours of community service.

“Once they have those 100 hours of community service over the span of four years that they did their undergrad at UCA, they are able to purchase that cord to wear at graduation,” Junior Class Representative Hayley Harp said.

Senator Harp also said that this new community service cord was just approved and graduates in May are qualified to take part in the new opportunity.

Along with a new cord being approved, the popular myUCA website will undergo some changes.

Graduate Representative Thomas Deatherage said there will be a “new face” to the webpage and is expected to be ready for August 2016. The update will be version 0.001 but will be constantly changing due to more updates.

UCA will host the Arkansas Association of Students 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Feb. 19.

AAS is a meeting to address the issues and needs of students in Arkansas.

“This is the first time that all of the university student body leaders of Arkansas are coming to UCA,” SGA President Zach Carter said.

This article originally appeared in the Feb. 17 print edition of The Echo.

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