The Homecoming Hypnotist will have two shows. The first show is at 7 p.m. and is rated PG; the second show will be at 9:30 p.m. and is rated PG 13. Students, alumni, faculty, staff and the community are welcome to either showing. This event is sponsored by the Campus Activities Board (CAB).
The Homecoming Pep Rally will take place following the UNI volleyball game. Finalists will compete for the top prize of the pride cry and the student organization competition. Homecoming Royalty will be crowned and all UNI fans will get pumped up for the Saturday Homecoming football game!
All students are encouraged to play bingo; space is limited so get there early! You must have your student ID with you in order to win a prize.
Watch Homecoming royalty candidates compete for King and Queen. Scores will be based on judging and crowd vote. Winners will be crowned Friday night at the Pep Rally.
Join the Campus Activities Board on Lawther Field for the Homecoming kickoff. Teams will compete for the pride cry finals, royalty candidates will be announced and royalty will be announced as we get ready for a week full of fun events!
The UNI Homecoming Committee, with assistance from NISG, RHA and Wellness and Recreation Services, will host a Homecoming Student Tailgate. Mingle with other students and enjoy food and lawn games before the homecoming football game.
Shipwrecks, crossdressing and true love - OH MY!
UNISTA's Annual Bard in the Yard production is ON!
Come to the Arts Courtyard (between Stayer-Wood, Kamerick, and the CAC) at 8:00 pm April 29th and 30th for an abridged version of Shakespeare's classic tale of love, loss and mistaken identity. After all what better way could there be to spend a warm spring evening than Shakespeare outdoors?
The annual showcase of student work is BACK for its 9th year! At 2pm on April 27th, take a stroll over to the Bertha Martin Theatre (inside the Strayer-Wood Theatre) for a show you won't want to miss! Just $3 at the door for an afternoon of entertainment which includes the annual 10 Minute Play Festival of student written, produced, and directed work, and Best of Broadway: Miscast.
See you at the theatre!
Take Back the Night will begin with a panel discussion including Professor Harry Brod, Sociology, Criminology and Anthropology and Joan Thompson, Sexual Assault Advocate and Health Educator who will discuss sexual assault and open conversation about how to end it. Two sexual assault survivors will also tell their stories. The march and rally at the Campanile will follow.
National Volunteer Week is a national week of volunteering. The Service and Leadership Council will be hosting a variety of events for students to get involved in their community. There will be events held all week for students interested.