College of Humanities, Arts, and Sciences
Reuse this Season! Reduce stress before finals with a reusable material craft. Help reuse an old dish by decorating it with sharpie and then putting in the oven to set. This craft is a great way to reuse something, give it a new purpose and to reduce waste.
We will be also be giving away some small plants courtesy of the UNI Botanical Center that will be accompanied by your choice of teacup to plant it in. These plants are small and only need watering every few weeks, making them an ideal plant for a dorm setting!
UNI Opera, under the direction of Sandra Walden and vocal coach Korey Barrett will present an opera scenes performance. This event is free and open to the public.
Auditions for the spring 2014 Interpreters Theatre/Reaching for Higher Ground production of "Wasted," an ensemble e(co)-production that explores and criticizes our "throw-away culture." All students are welcome to audition; scripts will be provided.
The Great Squeeze is the last film in the Fall Environmental Film series sponsored by the UNI Recycling and Reuse Technology Transfer Center and the Healthy Cedar Valley Coalition. The film explores our current ecological and economic crisis stemming from our dependence on cheap and abundant energy.
Jen Waldron, associate professor, Health, Physical Education & Leisure Services, will present Is Hazing Fun or Is It Violent? A Post-Structuralist Perspective.
Current Research on Women and Gender (CROW) Forums are held on the first Monday of each month Faculty, staff, students and community members are welcome.
"The Nutcracke" has become a family-favorite, holiday spectacle! We invite you to join us again as this timeless ballet returns to our stage with local Cedar Valley dancers to kick-off your holiday season.
"The Nutcracker" has become a family-favorite, holiday spectacle! We invite you to join us again as the timeless ballet returns to our stage with local Cedar Valley dancers to kick-off your holiday season.
"The Nutcracker" has become a family-favorite, holiday spectacle! We invite you to join us again as this timeless ballet returns to our stage with local Cedar Valley dancers to kick-off your holiday season.
UNI School of Music faculty artist Dmitri Vorobiev will present a piano recital featuring the work of Ludwig van Beethoven. The sixth in a series, Vorobiev plans to perform all piano works of Beethoven in concert at UNI. This event is free and open to the public.
Cedar Falls native Laura Farmer, author and director of Cornell College’s Writing Studio, is November's featured reader. She will be reading her short story, "A Lesson in Geography," which details a widower trying to navigate the world--and raise his daughter--without his wife. Like many of her stories, it is set in a fictional amalgam of Cedar Falls and Waterloo, where Farmer was raised.
Open mic signup is at 7 p.m. and begins at 7:15 p.m. Creative writers are invited to bring five minutes of original poetry, fiction or creative non-fiction to share. Singer-songwriters are also welcome to use the Hearst Center’s grand piano. Farmer takes the stage at 8 p.m. There will be a short question and answer period as time allows.This event is free and open to the public.