Prepare yourself for the real Interview. Come attend a Mock Interview!
Meat Loaf has announced dates for his fall tour, including a stop at the University of Northern Iowa
The concert is part of his Mad Mad World Tour in support of his newly released album, "Hell in a Handbasket." The singer-songwriter is perhaps best known for such tunes as "Paradise by the Dashboard Light" and "I'd Do Anything for Love (But I Won't Do That)" that have made Meat Loaf one of the top-selling recording artists of all time. His album, "Bat Out of Hell", has sold more than 43 million copies and his total album sales are in excess of 100 million.
Tickets go on sale Saturday, Sept.15, at 10 a.m. Tickets can be purchased at Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center, McLeod Center, online at www.unitix.uni.edu or by phone 319-273-4849. All seats are reserved and ticket prices start at $44.25. The performance is supported by The Isle and is in partnership with Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center, Maucker Union and UNI Athletics.
Head on over to the Alumni House and check out the Homecoming Festival. There will be music, food and a chance to display your Panther Pride!
Join us for s'mores and a campfire. Food or drinks to share are welcome. After the party we will walk together as a group to go Campaniling.
Immediately following the Panther Volleyball game, show your Panther Pride at the Pep Rally!! Note: location has changed to inside the McLeod Center.
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.
Head on over to Maucker Union and enjoy a laugh with your friends!
You are invited to join us in remembering members of the LGBT community that have died as a result of suicide or hate crimes. We will discuss the prevalence of hate crimes against LGBT people, as well as the rate of suicide In the community. The only thing we ask that you bring is love.
Deborah Gallagher, special education, will speak and lead a discussion on the Disability Rights Movement. AID is open to all UNI students, with or without disabilities, that have an interest in promoting the mission of the organization.
"MOVE," the first film released by Invisible Children since the return of founder and Chief Creative Officer Jason Russell, is a behind-the-scenes look at the making of the most viral video ever, the organization behind it and the movement that made an African warlord famous. In this new movie, which was co-directed by Russell (who also directed KONY 2012), a generation is challenged to stand for justice.