KSU students creating Trump Tower replica with canned food

By The Mercury

Two engineering student organizations at Kansas State are joining together for a nationwide event aimed at feeding the hungry.

The student chapters of the Structural Engineers Association of Kansas and Missouri and the Associated General Contractors are collaborating for Canstruction, a community service charity that helps promote the design community and raise food for hunger relief efforts. Their goal is to collect canned goods to construct a scaled replica of the Trump Tower in Chicago at the All-University Open House, April 20-21. At the conclusion of open house, all of the canned goods will be donated to the Flint Hills Breadbasket.

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