Students Today Leaders Forever will provide information about their spring break service trip and destinations, including Denver and five other locations. For more information, contact STLF at email@example.com.
As part of International Education Week, the Film Appreciation Club will show the Spanish-language fantasy/war film "Pan's Labyrinth." The group will discuss how the film relates to youth empowerment. Everyone is welcome and admission is free.
The Cedar Falls Panera will have a giveback night for UNI Dance Marathon. Present the flyer and Panera will donate a portion of the proceeds from your purchase.
The Film Appreciation Club will screen the film "Fight Club."
In many African cultures, beads have played an important role in the lives of Africans by creating string of beads that promote identity and personality, as well as status. Participants will learn about how different cultures in Africa use beads in everyday life.
Join UNI Dance Marathon for a film screening and personal account of raising a child with a rare, life threatening disease. Froyum Roise, sociology, anthropology and criminology, will talk about her experience as a mother of a child diagnosed with Congenital Central Hypoventilation Syndrome (C.C.H.S).
In recognition of Halloween, the Film Appreciation Club will watch "A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night," which has been described as the "first Iranian vampire western." Costumes are encouraged, but not required.
Do you want to be certified to change the world? Learn about the UNI Nonprofit Leadership Alliance, a student organization dedicated to educating, preparing and certifying professionals to strengthen and lead nonprofit organizations. Pizza will be served.
Dance Marathon will host an "all you can eat" pancakes and sausage for $5; juice and coffee will also be served.
“What’s the biggest regret of your life?” – It’s a question that millions of people have pondered on the popular secretregrets.com website. Kevin Hansen, website founder and author of the bestselling Secret Regrets book series, will share the shocking things we regret, why we regret and how we can ultimately learn to let go of the regrets that might be holding us back in life. Presentation attendees will even have a chance to anonymously share their own secret regrets – and hear the secret regrets of others who attend. Hansen and his Secret Regrets project have been featured on The Dr. Phil Show, international documentaries, as well as media outlets and websites worldwide including Cosmopolitan, CNN and Psychology Today. You can read Hansen’s featured articles about regrets on The Huffington Post. His bestselling book, Secret Regrets Volume 1: What if you had a Second Chance? features hundreds of the most shocking yet heartfelt regrets that we all can relate to, and walks people through the true healing that comes from revealing. His latest book, Secret Regrets Volume 2: Moving Past Your Past, continues to tell the unheard stories of real people, real regret, real resolution, perseverance and redemption.