Alpha Delta Pi will host Survivor Game Night. Tribes of 8-10 people will participate in survivor style games to earn points, win prizes and become the "sole survivor." Admission is $5 per person to participate and $5 per person to watch. Bring pop-tabs and extra donations to add to your tribe's points and grant them immunity. T-Shirts and raffle prizes will be sold at the event. All proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities and the Alpha Delta Pi Foundation. Sign up by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or contacting a member of Alpha Delta Pi, Epsilon Mu chapter.
Love Your Melon college ambassadors will dress as superheroes and visit more than 200 children's hospitals across the country to hand out hats to children battling cancer, as well as host household donation events. In honor of the third anniversary of Love Your Melon and Love Your Melon Day, the UNI LYM campus crew will be selling Love Your Melon hats and apparel while supplies last.
The Film Appreciation Club will show Alfred Hitchcock's 1960 horror classic Psycho. This will be the first of a three week Halloween History of Horror series.
Campus Activities Board (CAB) is celebrating Halloween on campus this year. Join us for Zombie Laser Tag, Mini Games, Scavenger Hunt, Halloween themed crafts, food, drink and chances to win prizes!
UNI PRSSA (Public Relations Student Society of America) will host a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings. Proceeds will benefit the PRSSA organization with funding to attend conferences and other events.
UNI Colleges Against Cancer organizes Relay For Life every year so people close to us will never have to hear the words "you have cancer" ever again. Join Relay for Life October 4th-10th and receive half off registration ($5) when entering the code Relay2016. Visit www.RelayForLife.org/UNI for more information and to help us end the fight!
Link to Event Website: www.relayforlife.org/uni
The UNI TESOL club will host a conversation corner to give all TESOL students an opportunity to talk to international students and help them with English related issues. The event is open to all TESOL students and international students.
Join the Explorers of Religion and Philosophy Club in a picnic with free food (hamburgers, hot dogs and vegeburgers) and games with fellow students and professors.
Test your knowledge of the five major religions in this Jeopardy style event. Win prizes, play with friends, show off your knowledge, and learn new and interesting things. No prior religious education required.
The purpose of this event is to give new students the opportunity to network and build connections with faculty and staff that are a resource to multicultural students; enhance the current relationship with upperclassmen and faculty/staff; and to make sure that UNI multicultural students are aware of the circle of support available and how to be successful at UNI.