LGBT students and allies will share their unique and powerful voices in this performance. Inspired by Eve Ensler's "Vagina Monologues," prepare to laugh, cry and be inspired by the stories of peers and friends. Many of the monologues contain experiences that may trigger painful memories in audience members.
Get acquainted with Harvey Milk, gay activist and public servant, as we watch the film "Milk." Milk and cookies will be served.
Let your voice be heard as we march in an homage to the great protests that have taken place in our community's history. Bring supportive signs, openly express your sexuality and gender identity, and march with pride towards progress!
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Enjoy the beauty of Africa at the "African Culture Night." There will be food, a DJ, dancing, poetry, an African fashion show preview and an educational aspect of different cultures and backgrounds. "Come, See and Conquer" (answering questions relating to the event) and receive a gift card to the store/restaurant of your choice.
Tired of your clothes? Don't want to pay for new ones? Clean out your closet during spring break and participate in UNI's Clothing Exchange: Reduce, Reuse, Rewear. For every one item you bring, you will receive one item in return. Bring your gently used clothes, shoes and accessories to the Student Involvement Center in Maucker Union March 11-26 or bring them on the day of the event. All leftover items will be donated to local charities.
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Spring Break 2013
Students are invited to attend an International Student Association panel, "Campus Perceptions and Challenges." What do international students think about their lives at UNI? The panel will discuss difficulties and challenges regarding misconceptions about international students from different cultures, what might have inhibited friendships and learning between International students and student from the U.S.
The International Student Association (ISA) invites all faculty, staff and students to join a panel of international students in discussing the challenges international students experience while in the United States as well as address stereotypes and assumptions that have been associated with them. There will be two sessions; each is designed for different audiences.
The first session is open to all faculty and staff and will be held in the Old Central Ballroom A, Maucker Union, at 1 p.m. The second session is open to all students and will be held in the Center for Multicultural Education at 7:30 p.m.