Senator Chuck Grassley will visit UNI for a Q&A session.
This vent focuses on the variety of oppressions of African-Americans.
Set in the slums of Rio, this film centers on two boys as they each set out on diverging paths that will ultimatley affect themselves and the relationship they share. Come join Film Appreciation Club in a screening of this international gem.
TAIG will host a transfer social. Bring friends and enjoy the rock climbing wall, open gym, coloring, free pizza, cookies and chips.
Join us for an uplifiting sermon followed followed by a soul food dinner.
The Office of Student Life, in partnership with the Student Wellness Services, provides an interactive alcohol education and bystander training to all members of Fraternity and Sorority Life (FSL). This training, called Red Watch Band, is adapted from the program provided by Stony Brook University and seeks to:
Promote a student culture of kindness, responsibility, compassion and respect.
Provide students with knowledge, awareness, and skills to prevent toxic drinking deaths.
Build confidence in students to intervene on behalf of another through bystander training.
The Red Watch Band training symbolizes that the FSL community bands together to watch out for one another when every second counts. It is an expectation of all FSL members to participate once during their time at UNI. This includes new members of each chapter and active members who have not previously participated.
The Gene Project is a display of different sized jeans to bring awareness to body image and self-acceptance. It enourages people to accept and celebrate their body by getting rid of jeans that no longer fit.
Join us as we toast to the graduation of our BSU members and our efforts to make postive changes on campus.
A collection of short films and documentaries from all walks of life, the Mountainfilm Festival is culturally enriching while also being fully entertaining. Come join Film Appreciation Club in this special event that will surely be worth your time!
Undoubtedley strange, Stanley Kubrick's classic follows the escapades within a war room as top generals and politicians try to prevent nuclear fallout. Come join Film Appreciation Club in a screening of this screwy comedy!
One of the greatest directors ever, Japanese master Akia Kurosawa crafted one classic after another. One of his final films was "Ran", a samurai action epic loosely based on Shakespeare's King Lear. Come join Film Appreciation Club in a screening of this momentous film!
The UNI Out of the Darkness Walk for Suicide Prevention and Awareness is sponsored by the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention.
Audition for the Orchesis Dance Company. Auditions consist of a modern, ballet, jazz and tap (optional) portion. Come early to warm up and fill out paperwork.
Have you ever wanted to be someone else? Well, now you can (sort of)!
When a puppeteer discovers a mysterious portal, he enters it and figures out that it leads directly to the mind of real-life actor John Malkovich. Come join Film Appreciation Club in a screening of this zany fantasy film!
Thought-provoking and reflective, director Terrence Malick takes a unique approach as he tells the story of a boy growing up in 1950s Texas under the conflicting teachings of his mother and father. Come join Film Appreciation Club in a screening of this inventive tale of childhood innocence.
Celebrate Shakespeare month with a screening of his classic play adapted by Sir Laurence Olivier.
As the heat begins to swelter, it's time to jump back into the water with a screening of the classic summer blockbuster.