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Service and Leadership Service Projects in the Mauker Union Ballroom

We'll have a room full of service projects. Come as long as you'd like, for 15 minutes or 2 hours! We'll be doing a variety of service projects to help others in need. Some of the projects include:

  • Creating literacy kits for children
  • Making fleece blankets for local children's hospitals
  • Making place mats for the Food Bank
  • Creating bird houses for a nursing home
  • Putting together an Act of Kindness for our facility & maintenance crews here at UNI
  • Decorating picture frames with poems for nursing homes/hospitals
  • AND MORE!

Please register HERE if you plan to attend!

Adopt a Grandparent

St. Stephen's Adopt A Grandparent gives participants an opportunity to spend time with residents of the Cedar Falls Healthcare Center and provide an uplifting part of the residents' day. Participants can interact with residents by making puzzles, conversing, helping out with daily tasks and more. Transportation is provided; meet at St. Stephen's at 3 p.m. Participants must sign up by midnight Friday, April 10.

UNI Student Reading Association Scholastic Book Fair

UNI Student Reading Association (SRA) is hosting a Scholastic Book Fair. People who are out of town or cannot make it to the book fair can also support SRA by shopping online. Go to www.scholastic.com/bookfairs. Click on "Find a Book Fair", type in the Zip Code 50614 and click "View Fair Homepage" to start searching for books. The online book fair runs from April 8-21. Proceeds from the book fair will support SRA scholarships, speakers for meetings and books for members. 

Campus Activities Board Documentary Screening: "What Matters?"

Campus Activities Board (CAB) will host a screening of the documentary "What Matters?" A Q&A session with the filmmakers follows the screening.  The goal of the filmmakers is to use personal stories, humor and technology to engage the audience with their mission to “connect those who need something to live for with those who just need something to live.” This dynamic presentation is based on the feature-length documentary about three friends, two idealistic Christians and one skeptic Atheist, attempting to live in extreme poverty (on $1.25 a day) across three continents. The adventure takes a devastating turn when two of them survive a deadly plane crash in Africa and all three must fight to finish what they started. Through their film and Q&A, the filmmakers will make the case that this generation can have a profound impact on the issues that break their heart.

Pride Week 2015

Come celebrate Pride Week with UNI Proud!

     Monday 4/6 8pm Coffeehouse: Drag Ball
     Tuesday 4/7 7pm Jebe Hall: Queer Monologues
     Wednesday 4/8 7pm Maucker Ballroom: Keynote-- Donna Red Wing
     Thursday 4/9 6pm Elm Room: Screening-- We Were Here
     Friday 4/10 8pm Slife Ballroom: Progressive Prom
     Link to Event Website: uniproud.tumblr.com

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