CAB presents The Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part 2. Showtimes will be at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.; snacks will be provided.
CAB presents Bo Burnham, an American comedian, singer-songwriter and poet. Tickets are $20 for students and $30 for the public. Student tickets can be purchased at UNItix locations, or at Essentials from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., Wednesday, Jan. 27. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. Check him out on YouTube here.
The Black Student Union will host a panel discussion about African Americans' experience within the workplace. Panelists will include African American professionals from UNI and the Cedar Valley.
The Black Student Union will host Rasheed Cromwell who will present at a workshop that addresses the "diversity experience" on campuses and within houses and chapters. It takes a much-needed "open and honest" approach that challenges traditional thinking. There will be interactive exercises that will allow participants to leave with a greater personal understanding of diversity issues and how they impact our daily lives.
The Black Student Union will host a trivia night focusing on the contributions that African Americans have made throughout history. Black history facts will be posted on BSU's facebook, twitter and instagram accounts during February where students will be able to review facts that will be asked at the trivia night. Prizes will be provided.
The Black Student Union will celebrate Soul and African American culture. The focus will be on where soul food originated and why it plays a major role in the African American culture.
The Black Student Union is sponsoring a display that reenacts modern oppression of minorities such as racial profiling and how the media portray people of color.
Campus Activities Board will host "Let’s Get Physical," a night of fun, friends and healthy food. Activities include Zumba and healthy foods for snacking.
UNI's PRSSA chapter is hosting a presentation by Sidecar Coffee about in-house public relations. Sidecar Coffee will share how they handle public relations and more.
The Black Student Union will host a showcase of how music and the roller rink have contributed to today’s culture. This will be a 90’s themed skate party with skates provided. There will be music and facts from the 1990s including a 90’s best dressed and best skater contest.