Loren Rex Cameron is a renowned photographer known for his photography of transsexual people during their gender transition. This lecture will focus on gay/bisexual transmen and his own experiences. Cameron will speak about his own transition, his art and his models. The presentation is a relaxed and informative way to introduce the topic of transgender.
Budgeting for on- or off-campus living can be very different. Learn about the benefits of living on-campus and how to budget for those “extra” expenses that will accrue when living off-campus. Topics include paying rent, grocery shopping and much more. Bring your lunch and join the Office of Student Financial Aid in learning about your financial future. The workshop will conclude with a drawing for food and t-shirt prizes.
Come for the most exciting night of the year! See the drag kings and queens, ready to rock your socks off! Be sure to bring your $1 bills to show your appreciation!!
We’ve got nothing to hide. The Queer Monologues, inspired by the Vagina Monologues, is a production aimed at inspiring collaboration, conspiring for equal rights, and sending the message that it’s okay to be who you are, even if society thinks you’re a little queer. Sponsored by UNI Proud, the Queer Monologues is a production created and maintained by a community of individuals who want to raise awareness about lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans* and queer issues on campus and in society. Be prepared for a night of joy, sorrow and perhaps a little hilarity! Free admission.
The Hispanic Latino Student Union will host a Latino Ball with a Mardi Gras/Carnaval theme. Attire is semi-formal; refreshments will be served. Free admission.
You may choose to visit the UNI campus on a Saturday morning when you and your family can attend a group presentation and a campus tour. There will be information sessions for both high school and transfer students. This option is intended for students who do not need individual counseling, but instead want an overview of admission requirements, academic majors, costs and campus life. After the presentation you and your family are invited to be our guests for lunch at the Piazza, one of UNI's recently renovated dining centers.
Attending one of UNI's Panther Peek Visit Days will give you and your family the opportunity to learn all about your future college life at UNI. We'll show you around campus and let you see the residence halls you'll likely call home. You also will get a chance to talk to UNI representatives about academics and possible majors, financial aid and student life.
R. York Moore will deliver the keynote lecture for Freedom Week. The lecture will highlight the issue of modern-day slavery, explaining the social, spiritual and economic forces behind it and inviting us to respond on a personal and corporate level. Moore has worked as a modern-day abolitionist for 10 years and is the National Campaign Director for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship.
Sponsored by UNI BASIC and InterVarsity Christian Fellowship
Alpha Delta Pi sorority will host its annual all you can eat Lion Share Challenge Spaghetti Dinner. Tickets purchased prior to the event are $5 for adults and $3 for children ages 6-12; children 5 and under are free. Those who purchase a ticket before the event receive a free raffle ticket.Tickets at the door will be $7 for adults and $5 for children. Raffle tickets for gift baskets will be sold at the event; one ticket for $1, six tickets for $5 and 15 tickets for $10. Other activities include Mr. Nick, the balloon twister; bozo buckets; pin the tail on the lion; and a spaghetti eating contest. Proceeds benefit the Ronald McDonald House Charities.
Multiethnic groups will artistically represent the journey to freedom for communities facing the reality of modern-day slavery around the world.
Sponsored by UNI InterVarsity Christian Fellowship in partnership with other multiethnic organizations