Sturgis Youth Theatre

UNI's Sturgis Youth Theatre gives participants insight into what it takes to put on a play. This year's production is "The Glass Slipper: The Story of Cinderella."

Announcements

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Tuesday, Jun 10, 2014
Kid Zumba

Zumba for kids ages 7 through 11 features age-appropriate music to encourage kids to have fun moving to the beat. The class is offered at 9 a.m., Tuesdays and Thursdays, in 176 WRC. The first session begins June 10. The fee is $25. Register online or in 101 WRC. Contact Dana Foster for more information.

Tuesday, Jun 3, 2014
Campanile repair work to start

Weather permitting, work on the exterior of the Campanile will start Monday, June 9. Work will include roof revisions on the bell deck and cleaning the brick and limestone. The area will be closed off the last week of June in order to replace the wire mesh guards in the arch openings. If you have any problems or a tentative event scheduled for this area, contact either Joe Boutott or Tony Hanson in the Physical Plant at 273-4400.

Tuesday, Jun 3, 2014
College Hill Farmers Market starts June 5

The College Hill Farmers Market brings fresh, local foods to the UNI campus and surrounding communities from 4 to 6 p.m. every Thursday, June through October. The CEEE sponsors and manages the market on the corner of College and W. 22nd streets.

Monday, May 12, 2014
Efficiency and Transformation Study updates

For weekly updates of activities occurring with the Transparency and Inclusiveness in the Efficiency Review (TIER) refer to the Efficiency and Transformation Web page and click on the most recent update under Board of Regents TIER Weekly Updates. Updates should be posted late in the day Wednesday.

Wednesday, May 7, 2014
'UNIversitas' published

The latest issue of "UNIversitas," UNI's Journal of Research, Scholarship and Creative Activity, has been published. Features include a forum on the digital turn in academia, a digital short on gendering women and an elaborate sociological study of college students "hooking up."

Wednesday, Apr 23, 2014
UNI Museum display – The Sacred and The Secular

The Sacred and The Secular exhibit examines the multiple roles that art plays in African cultures. This free exhibit will explore how the African objects in the UNI Museum's collection are used by their original culture while also looking at parallels in our own society. This display is on the first floor of the Rod Library now through Sept. 28.

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