Join the Philosophy Club for a discussion outlining the argument regarding free-will and determinism. The subject will provide a helpful foundation to fundamental existential and epistemological questions.
Join the Film Appreciation Club to see the neo-noir thriller "Nightcrawler," starring Jake Gyllenhaal. There will be an optional discussion after the showing.
Join the LGBT* Center for a panel discussion on understanding identities within the asexual, aromantic and lith spectrums.
See if the odds are in your favor at the 2nd Annual Hunger Games. Register as an individual for $3 or as a team (up to 10 people) for $15. Teams can be student organizations, Greek life, athletic teams, your friends, etc. There will be prizes for the winners and fun for everyone.
Gather your friends and join the Dance Marathon crew for a creative and fun filled night of “Paint with Your Pals” sponsored by Cedar Valley Art and Wine. Cost is $40, a portion of which will be donated to Dance Marathon.
Bring your friends and family over after the game for $5 pretzel bite baskets on the Hill. All proceeds will benefit the University of Iowa Stead Family Children's Hospital.
The Philosophy Club and the UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers will discuss the significance and practice of skepticism. Join us as we collectively analyze the origin and history of skepticism, along with notable skeptics throughout the ages.
The International Student Association at UNI works for and with international students, striving to promote cultural diversity on campus.The ISA's halloween dance is aimed at expressing the large cultural diversity that exists on our campus. There will be free food, games and prizes. All are welcome.
Before the release of the long-awaited sequel "Blade Runner 2049", see the original "Blade Runner," starring Harrison Ford. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Are you curious about free-will and determinism? Do you ever wonder if you are responsible for your beliefs? Come discuss moral responsibility with Reza Lahroodi, Philosophy Club adviser. Food and drinks will be provided. You don't need to be a club member or a philosophy major. All are welcome.