Campus Activities Board will sponsor Beat the Blame Game, an interactive program that offers a platform to learn about victim blaming, examine gender stereotypes and equip audience members with the ability to respond effectively when confronted with statements in which a victim is blamed. Capacity of the show is 400 students. Doors open at 7:30 p.m.; the show begins at 8 p.m.
The International Student Association presents Zombie Masquerade. Admission is free and everyone is welcome. Enjoy music that will keep the zombies dancing all night long. There will be a best costume contest, games, prizes and refreshments.
Visit the College Hill Farmers Market in its second season, open every Thursday through October. It's time for pumpkins, squash, apples, vegetables, breads and jams! Also find popcorn, baked goods, honey, jewelry, yarn, plants and flowers.
Students gifted with the ability to sing, play keys, guitar, bass, drums, etc. (excluding piano; must have own instruments) are invited to form a UNI Gospel Choir. Practice is every Tuesday from 7-8:30 p.m. For more information contact Jermain Berry.
SHRM will host a human resources panel consisting of three professionals holding a variety of HR positions. Questions can be from an interviewer's point of view or the candidate's point of view. For example, when should a job candidate talk about pay in an interview? The meeting is open to all majors.
A documentary that investigates the raging legal battle and best arguments of pro-life and pro-choice ideologies in America over the past 40 years. Includes testimony from secular and religious sources, feminists, rape victims, pro-life speakers, pro-choice speakers, and abortion survivors as well. Film screening with discussion to follow.
Campus Activities Board will show "Guardians of the Galaxy." There will be two showings at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Free popcorn and pop will be served.
Come play 80's Themed Volleyball for a chance to win $20 gift cards. Players will also receive free neon headbands, glasses and gatorade at the event. Registration takes place prior to the competition; teams of six should include at least two people of each gender.
Frost sugar cookies and paint pumpkins (utensils provided) as part of Campus Activities Board's Halloween Week.
Participants will create an account on goosechase.com for free. Each team will complete 25 missions, which involves taking pictures. The teams who complete the most missions will recieve prizes.
1st place - Keurig Coffee Maker
2nd place - Panther Apparel
3rd place - $10 Bookstore gift cards
The Spooky Scavenger Hunt will take place all day and all over campus.