Sigma Phi Epsilon is raising funds for Cedar Valley Friends of the Family. Members of Sigma Phi Epsilon and the UNI student body will perform a talent and members of the community donate to the cause. There will also be a raffle for gift cards.
Sr. Helen Prejean, advocate against the death penalty, will speak about her experiences. The movie "Dead Man Walking," based on her experiences will be shown at 7 p.m., Friday, April 1, at St. Stephen the Witness, and at 3:30 p.m., Monday, April 4, in 115 SRL.
The Film Appreciation Club meeting will watch Paul Thomas Anderson's Academy Award nominated film The Master, starring Joaquin Phoenix.
The Campus Activities Board will host a screening of the movie "My Sister's Keeper." Popcorn and soda will be served.
The Financial Literacy Browsing Fair will offer participants information about a variety of financial resources offered at UNI, as well as within the community. Informational booths will be available for the following areas: student loan information, budgeting for on or off campus housing, recognizing identity theft and how to avoid it, developing a spending plan, recognizing the affects of gambling, saving money through energy efficiency and what to consider before accepting your first job. Snacks and prizes will be available.
The first Panthers Achieving Financial Success Conference will kickoff National Financial Literacy Month. Two tracks of sessions will be offered. Staff from the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships will be available to assist students in checking their loan balances, accessing credit reports, and more. Prizes will be provided throughout the day.
UNI graduate Adam Carroll will present "The Savvy Student." Open to all UNI students, faculty, staff and the public. The first 300 attendees will receive Carroll's first book, “Winning the Money Game.” The event is open to students, faculty, staff and the public. Learn more about Adam Carroll at http://www.adamspeaks.com/