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.
"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.
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.
Head on over to Maucker Union with your friends to enjoy some laser tag or dancing!
Enjoy free food and soda at the Homecoming picnic; note location change from Campanile Plaza to inside at Maucker Union.
Come cheer on your favorite Homecoming candidates as they compete in a talent competition!
Come join us in celebrating the presence of our straight/cisgender allies! We will be talking about the importance of allies in our community and what it means to be an ally.
Every Tuesday, the Student Involvement Center sends students out into the community to volunteer at various service agencies. A great way to meet new friends and make a difference. Free transportation, snacks, and shirt provided. Free shuttle leaves from Maucker Union - first shuttle: 2-5 p.m., second shuttle: 5-8 p.m. Sign up online.
Volunteers and homecoming competition teams will be participating in a campus wide cleanup in two shifts, 2pm and 5pm. For more information please contact the Student Involvement Center at 273-2683.