The Freedom Week kick-off event will feature Maria Van Hoorn, Hagar International, who will discuss the issues of modern-day slavery and the restoration of victims.
Sponsored by The River Student Ministry
Freedom Week is a week-long initiative coordinated by Christian student organizations in partnership with the wider community. Freedom Week’s purpose is to create a movement of people committed to bringing awareness of the injustices of modern-day slavery and seeking ways to restore justice locally and globally. There will be various events throughout the week with a culminating event on Thursday, March 29 at 8 p.m. in Lang Hall's Auditorium. York Moore, who works for InterVarsity Christian Fellowship and as a modern-day abolitionist, will be the guest speaker. He will speak on 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.
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.
The Center for Multicultural Education Seven Book Club will discuss "Ingratitude: The Debt-Bound Daughter in Asian American Literature" by Erin Khue Ninh. You do not have to read the book prior to the meeting.
Dr. James Zogby will host a talk and discussion. Bring your lunch; drinks will be provided. Sponsors include the Center for Multicultural Education.
Stop and Serve is a monthly event co-sponsored by Student Leadership Center and Campus Activities Board to provide brief, on-campus volunteer opportunities for students. With no time commitment required, students are welcome for however long
they have to give. The projects are fun, easy and impactful. Bring some friends, enjoy free treats and do some good for your community.
Looking to put your mind at ease when it comes to your own safety? Join UNI Proud for a self defense training session.
The UNI Student Social Work Association will host a fundraiser at Cold Stone Creamery. All proceeds will benefit the American Cancer Society. Help us fight cancer by enjoying some delicious ice cream or just making a donation.
Kappa Sigma will host its fourth annual dodgeball tournament fundraising effort to find a cure for diabetes. All proceeds benefit Juvenille Diabetes Research Foundation (JDRF). Last year Kappa Sigma raised $1,200; the goal this year is $2,000. Come dodge some balls for a good cause!