The documentary "Ingredients: The Local Food Movement Takes Root" will be screened. Special guests include UNI's own The Panther Plot. Get to know this new organization and how you can join them.
The UNI African Union will host the fourth annual Multicultural Night. Join us for a night of performances and poetry. Learn about cultures from around the world. Admission is free. Ethnic food samples will be served.
Sunsara Taylor will present a lecture titled "Defeating the Assault on Abortion Rights; Winning the Full Liberation Of Women."
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One mile course around campus, $5.00 registration cost, bring used articles of clothing to donate to the Salvation Army! Each clothing item earns you a ticket to be drawn for cool prizes. Sponsored by CATS (Connecting Alumni to Students)
This event is open to all students of UNI. The purpose of this event is to promote diversity among the students as well as to introduce the different cultural clothing worn by the different cultures of the world. If you would like to show off your cultural clothing or represent any other countries, all you have to do is wear the cultural clothing and come to the event on that day. If you have any questions, please do contact: email@example.com
An opportunity for individuals or groups to showcase their talent whether it is singing, dancing, poetry, etc.
CAB will be playing 2 Guns on Thursday, November 7th. Two showings 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm
Graduating in December? Check-in your traditions with CATS at the Union from 10:00 am - 2:00 pm on Tuesday, November 5th or Wednesday, November 6th. By checking in your traditions, you will be invited to the Traditions Keeper Ceremony on December 12th. We accept any form of pictures/memorabilia you have!