"Elect Her - Panther Women Win" is a leadership training that cultivates the skills young women need to run for student government and excel in leadership positions. Students learn how to craft a message, networking skills and hear from inspiring speakers, including elected officials and a communications expert. A networking reception will follow the event. This is event is sponsored by the Political Science Department with additional funding from AAUW Cedar Falls. Students can register at pantherwomenwin2016.eventbrite.com.
AAUW for UNI presents the Women in Politics Film Series. December's feature will be "Miss Representation," a documentary about media portrayals of women and the impacts on women in elected office. All are welcome.
Join the CME in a collaborative event with International Students and Scholars Office (ISSO) to celebrate Holidays Around the World. There will be games, prizes, a sample dish from Germany, cookie decorating, arts and crafts, and more. Fall semester graduates will be recognized and can bring their graduation cap to decorate it and show your pride.
First Fridays is a new component in the Center for Multicultural Education’s annual programming. First Fridays at the CME is modeled after the First Friday events held in more than 35 cities nationwide such as Chicago, San Antonio and Kansas City. On the first Friday of most months the CME will host a free immersive celebration of art, food, culture and community. The purpose of First Friday is to offer a regular social event for students to participate in cultural appreciation and community engagement, as well as to refocus the CME as a social and cultural hub for students.
Campus Activities Board's film committee will host two screenings of the movie "Straight Outta Compton" at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Door prizes for both screenings will include the movie's soundtrack and more; heck out the trailer here.
Enjoy spoken word poetry? Come perform or hear UNI students' talent and creativity on an open mic. Sponsored by UNI Proud.
The UNI Residence Hall Association will host an Extreme Bingo event. There will be two sessions; the first begins at 7 p.m. and the second begins at 9:30 p.m. Prizes include Apple watches, fit bits, gift cards and more. Drinks and snacks will be provided.
The Campus Ministries Association invites all faculty and staff to a soup and sandwich lunch at St. Stephen's in appreciation for all they do for our students.
UNI PRSSA will host a fundraising event at Ginger's Pub. Doors open at 8 p.m.; the first band begins at 9 p.m. Admission is $3 for age 21 and older; $5 for age 18-20 with a student ID.
Celebrate the seasons with Campus Activities Board (CAB). There will be food, activities, games, prizes as well live entertainment by electro hip hop violinist, Svet, as seen on NBC's hit TV show America's Got Talent.
Campus Activities Board (CAB) presents the Panther Showcase. Support your fellow students. Audience members will have the chance to vote for their favorite act. Guest performers will be TK and TC. Dakaboom, a duo music/comedy pair, will serve as emcees.