A viewing of Lee Daniels' The Butler in McCollum Science Hall. The film focuses on an African American who witnesses noble events while serving as a White House butler.
A viewing of Lee Daniels' "The Butler," which focuses on an African-American who witnesses noble events while serving as a White House butler.
UNISTA announces auditions for their annual Bard-in-the-Yard production of "Twelfth Night" to be performed in the Strayer-Wood Theatre courtyard at the end of the year!
Auditions will take place from 6-10 pm on Sunday, February 16th in the Acting Practice Room of the Strayer-Wood Theatre. Audition materials will be provided.
If you are unable to make the scheduled auditions, feel free to email Nate Jorgensen (email@example.com) to set up an alternative time to audition! He's willing to work with students of all schedules and interests!
See you at the Theatre!
The UNI Student Theatre Association invites you to audition for their Annual 10 Minute Play Festival and Best of Broadway showcase! Minimal rehearsal time, maximum fun! Singers should bring 16-32 bars to sing A Capella. All other audition materials provided. See you at the Theatre!!
We will have snacks, make valentines cards with multiple decoration materials, play a Dance game for theWii and table games.
The best way to see UNI is to meet us in person! You will have:
- an opportunity to speak with faculty about your academic interests
- time to talk with current UNI students
- group discussions about admission requirements, financing your college and living on campus
- a campus tour
- lunch at one of our dining centers
They will be showing "The Hunger Games: Catching Fire" on Thursday, February 13th. The first show will start at 7:00 pm and the second show will begin at 9:35.
Come board the plane with Black Student Union as we soar through music and visit key moments in Black history.
The subtext of the movie, Soul Food, is about the fatal illness of a family’s matriarch because of the food she was eating. Soul Food Junkies recognizes not only the politics within the food industry but also its challenges of both the obvious and the subtle ones. Whereas Byron Hurt lifts up the traditions of soul food, he explores the negative effects that the food industry has on those who are poor, exploited, and marginalized by limited food options, especially persons of color.
Darwin Week is an annual event sponsored by the UNI Freethinkers & Inquirers to promote critical thinking and reason. Faculty speakers will present at 2 p.m., 3 p.m. and 4 p.m. Feb. 10 and 12; and at 12:30 p.m., 2 p.m. and 3:30 p.m. Feb. 11 and 13. Keynote lectures are at 7 p.m. each evening. Topics are: skepticism, science, activism and sexuality. Visit darwinweek.com for more information.