The Intent to Compete in this business plan competition is due March 28 to BCS 128. Three business plans selected from the UNI regions will compete against 12 other business plans from other regions in the state for 3 $5000 awards on May 2 in Des Moines.
Phi Sigma Pi will hold a food drive with proceeds going to the Northeast Iowa Food Bank. Drop-off boxes will be in each residence hall office, Maucker Union and Rod Library.
While walking the labyrinth, one may feel joy in slowing down the pace of life, finding peace, insight,, reflection, creativity , relaxation and wisdom. Drop in anytime during regular Library hours.
End of First Half Spring 2014 Semester Courses
For more details on specific locations of area auditions or times, contact the School of Music office at (319) 273-2024.
Members of the UNI Cantorei, Wind Symphony and Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra will collaborate under the direction of conductor John Len Wiles to present Bach’s Weinen, Klagen, Sorgen, Zagen. This event is free and open to the public.
Dr. Michael Widener, University of Cincinnati, will discuss "food deserts," areas that lack access to affordable, healthy food outlets. Widener will discuss how food deserts are defined and present other means for better analyzing food deserts, such as urban dynamics, mobility and behavior.
Hannah Arendt was a passionate political thinker who caused outrage and vigorous disagreement by many leading American and Israeli thinkers who read her book, Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil (1963). Adolf Eichmann was a leading figure in orchestrating the Holocaust, and in 1961 Israel captured him in Argentina and put him on trial for crimes against the Jewish people. Arendt attended the trial and wrote reports for The New Yorker which formed the basis of her book. Having been born and educated in Germany, Arendt was persecuted as a Jew by the Nazi regime, landing in jail and a concentration camp. Through a series of fortunate events, she was able to escape and eventually made her way to the United States. In the last years of her life, she taught at The New School for Social Research, where Bill Clohesy, professor of philosophy, became one of her doctoral students. Clohesy will provide commentary and lead a discussion following the film showing..
Featuring familar music by Kabalevsky, Prokofiev, Bernstein and Elvis Costello, the Boston Brass and Enso String Quartet tell the tale of Romeo and Juliet like you've never heard before.
Crime…Passion…Stamp Collecting? The stakes are high when two half-sisters, mourning the recent passing of their mother, inherit a book of rare stamps that may include the "crown jewel" of the stamp-collecting world. The battle for possession takes a dangerous turn when three rival collectors enter the sisters' world, and they are plunged into a seedy, cloak-and-dagger underworld. Mauritius by Pulitzer Prize nominee and creator of the hit TV series Smash, Theresa Rebeck, is a suspenseful comedy-drama where everyone involved seems willing to bully, connive, cheat, and, if all else fails, conduct a legitimate business transaction, to gain control of the rarest of prizes. Adult language. Directed by Steve Taft.
This ensemble e(co)-production explores, criticizes and recuperates the habitual practices of "throw away culture" in everyday life using playful costumes, Image Theatre, poetry, art installationsand dance.