Erika Ervin, also known as Amazon Eve, will be the keynote speaker for Pride Week. Ervin is a champion for a better world. She has worked to end child abuse and neglect, advocates for LGBT rights and supports those who suffer from AIDS. She is also a professional model, actor and television host. There will be a Q&A at following her speech. This event is free and open to the public.
In celebration of Women's History Month, the Crafting Panthers Club will teach participants how to crochet or knit. Attendees can also choose to work on their own crafting projects.
The Film Appreciation Club will screen the cult classic "Barton Fink," directed by the Coen Brothers.
Relay for Life participants can turn in cash or checks already raised at Bank Night. All checks should be made out to "American Cancer Society." UNI relay t-shirts and shirts will be available for sale. Members of the Hope Club or those who have raised $100 can pick up a 2016 Hope Club t-shirt. For more information, contact Hailey Manternach at email@example.com.
Ruth Buckels, mother of a human trafficking survivor, will speak on the importance of education, awareness, prevention and observation.
Campus Acitivities Board will host a trip to Mall of America for a day of shopping and rollercoaster rides. Tickets are $10 plus $5 for a day pass to Nickelodeon Universe. Tickets will be on sale Wednesday, March 23, to Friday, April 1 in the CAB office, Maucker Union.
Najeeba Syeed, Claremont School of Theology, will present "Towards a Social Justice Framework for Interfaith Cooperation." Syeed will offer examples from her peacemaking work and provide tools for this framework for peace.
Pi Kappa Alpha will raise money for and facilitate a donation drive for the Cedar Bend Humane Society. Donate $1 to play with the animals. All proceeds will benefit the Cedar Bend Humane Society. Items accepted for donation are cat litter, dog food, blankets, toys, etc. Rain location is Maucker Union.
Mary Meehan, an experienced speaker, journalist, and advocate for life who reaches beyond political divisions will be speaking on topics "Why Liberals Should Defend the Unborn" and
"Feminists for Life on Campus." Event is free and open to the public.