Collecting donations for local charities. We accept any items delivered to us in the Union on Wednesdays, March 26th, April 2nd, April 9th, and April 16th, from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm, and also give you an opportunity to get rid of larger items with one of the charities. We will enter names of all paticipants into a drawing for multiple prizes. For more details come see us in the Union. Sponsored by the UNI National Wild Turkey Federation
This session will provide tips and tricks to help students save money on utilities before and after signing a lease. Participants will learn about heating sources, windows and other often unnoticed factors that separate good apartments from money pits.
Do you enjoy listening to poetry? Are you looking for an opportunity to showcase some of your original work? If you answered yes to either of these questions, come to the CME for an exciting poetry event. The night’s program gives audience members a chance to hear some seasoned poets recite their original poetry, along with the opportunity to participate in an open mic session. Refreshments will be served.
Members of Alpha Phi Omega will mix up ice cream at Coldstone Creamery; a portion of the proceeds will be donated to the Cedar Bend Humane Society.
Voyage 2 Africa features participants learning an African dance, a performance by the best African dance group and refreshments.
UNI Colleges Against Cancer holds the Relay For Life of UNI each year. All proceeds raised go directly to the American Cancer Society. There will be lots of fun activities, free food and live bands. Check out our facebook page, UNI Colleges Against Cancer for even more dates of upcoming events.
The UNI Fraternity Community is welcoming all male students and faculty/staff to "Walk A Mile in Her Shoes" to raise awareness about rape, sexual assault and gender violence.
The Psychological Health of Women of Color by Lillian Comas-Diaz and Beverly Greene is an anthology that focuses on issues of women’s emotional health and wellbeing. Specifically, the book analyzes the life stages of women of color. Book Club sessions are open to the public. If one has not read the book, one is still encouraged to attend and participate in discussion.
Financially, accepting your first job can be a confusing process. Private vs. public employers, benefits and salary negotiation are all factors in finding that perfect first job. Staff members from Human Resource Services will discuss what to watch for and be aware of when accepting a full-time position.
Cartoonist Lela Lee will be presenting and discussing her cartoon “Angry Little Asian Girl,” and her books Angry Little Girls. Characters experience and express anger in various ways. The strips are often both humorous and thought-provoking. Come listen to how Lela Lee overcame the odds, as many told her “there is just no market for Asians” and her characters. She not only beat this insulting stereotype, but has published several books, comics, and has her own website. This is the 20th anniversary of Angry Little Asian Girls.