Campus Activities Board (CAB) will have a screening of "Hunger Games-Mockingjay Part 2." Popcorn, soda and candy will be provided.
The Muslim Student Association will host International Hijab Day. Attendees will learn about the hijab (the Islamic headscarf), women's rights In Islam, view photos of influential Muslim women and try on hijabs.
Darwin Week is a week long lecture series hosted by UNIFI. Every year UNIFI brings in scientists, philosophers, and skeptics
from all over the country and from our very own campus to speak on issues of importance. This year Rebecca Goldstein, Dr. Robert
Wallace, and Michael Shermer will be coming to UNI to speak at Darwin Week.
The Spring Leadership Conference: Give, Serve, Lead will be held on three Tuesdays in Feburary. The third event will be team challenge activities. Participants will learn how to facilitate team challenges and receive additional team building materials. These activities can be used as ice breakers, conflict management strategies and in other environments. Cookies and lemonade will be provided. Registration is required.
The Spring Leadership Conference: Give, Serve, Lead will be held on three Tuesdays in Feburary. The second event will be service projects, including creating literacy kits for People's Community Health Clinic, assembling Valentine's Day gift bouquets for Western Home residents, decorating picture frames for hospital patients, writing thank you notes for local plice and firefighters, painting birdhouses for nursing home residents and more. Cookies and lemonade will be provided. Registration is required.
The International Student Association will host a "Masquerade Ball" Valentine's Dance. There will be entertainment, food and prizes; wear a mask.
Pride Week Drag Ball will feature drag performers raising money for the Cedar AIDS Support System (CASS) to help those living with HIV/AIDS and their loved ones. Admission is free; tipping and donations are encouraged.
Queer Monologues is the first event of Pride Week 2016. LGBTQ students and community members will share their stories through monologues and poetry. Admission is free.
The Film Appreciation Club will screen Quentin Tarantino's first feature film "Reservoir Dogs."
CAB presents Mayhem Poets featuring Some Assembly Required.
"Let's go see a poetry show." That is a sentence rarely proclaimed and usually responded to with cringes and excuses. The Mayhem Poets are on a mission to change that. Having been dubbed "an amazing ride" by the New York Times, this mind boggling performance has been described as "The Simpsons meets Malcolm X at a Notorious B.I.G. concert." These theatre-trained, comedically-gifted, lyrical virtuosos seamlessly blend raw elements of hip hop, theatre, improv and stand-up comedy to tell gut-wrenching truths that leave audiences forever changed.