The Sigma Alpha Epsilon will host a blood drive on behalf of the American Red Cross. Make an appointment by calling 1-800- RED-CROSS, online at www.redcrossblood.org or schedule with us in Maucker Union Jan. 30, 31 and Feb. 3 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.
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
An all inclusive event. Skates, music and beverages will be provided. There will be a contest for best disco costume.
"Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs 2" will be shown on Thursday, January 30, 2014 in the Maucker Union Ballroom. Movie times are at 7:00 pm and 9:30 pm.
Kick-off meeting of the UNI Financial Literacy Club for the 2014 spring semester. This is the place where you come to learn about money in the real world -- how to manage it, how to grow it and ultimately how use it in a way that will bring happiness into your life. Refreshments provided; we will be giving away $1,000 in cash! Join us in this journey of financial enlightenment.
UNI Dance Marathon will host random events throughout the week including sponsoring men's and women's basketball games, hosting a flash mob in Maucker Union, walking around with a wookie, a Pizza Hut give back night Jan. 27, selling t-shirts in Essentials and much more. Join us in celebrating those who keep our organization running.
Threehouse: Wesley Foundation will host a panini night. All are encouraged to attend and welcome to stop by for free late-night snacks.
Join UNI Proud for the first meeting of the spring semester. We will hold executive board elections, play games and brainstorm event ideas for the semester. Please bring ideas for Pride Week speakers.
Marcia Y. Riggs, lecturer, author and researcher, will deliver a lecture in celebration of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Riggs is the J. Erskine Love Professor of Christian Ethics and Director of the Theology Master’s Program at Columbia Theological Seminary in Decatur, Ga. Her passion is studying the relationship between social oppression and socio-religious ethical praxis, and ethical discourse that bridges the gap between womanist religious scholarship and the church’s practice of ministry.
The CME Book Club will discuss Through It All: Reflections on My Life, My Family and My Faith by Christine King Farris. Marcia Riggs, who will deliver the evening address for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, will attend the discussion. Everyone is welcome to attend even if they have not read the book.