“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.
Counselors will discuss how to identify signs of a mental health disorder and how to effectively help a friend. There also will be information about the process of scheduling an appointment to meet with a counselor at the Counseling Center.
Lime green yard flags will be provided for students to write messages of support or in memory of someone lost to suicide. These flags will then be placed in Lawther Field. On campus mental health student organizations and departments will have information and resources available. There will also be free food.
The UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers will host the monthly series "Pint with a Prof" at the Octopus on the Hill. This month Ana Kogl, political science, will present "People Pleasers and Bad Asses: Women, Sex and Shame."
UNI Freethinkers and Inquirers will host a free spaghetti dinner with a charity raffle in support of the Northeast Iowa Food Bank. Raffle tickets can be purchased at the event. Donations are welcome.
UNI Proud presents the annual Drag-A-Ganza, a Halloween-themed drag show. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. and admission is free.
The next #MauckerMovie is "War Dogs," with showings at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. There will be free popcorn and punch.
Join the International Student Association (ISA) for a night of fun, games and music. The theme is "Superheroes vs. Super Villians." Dress in costume; enjoy free food, games, dancing, raffles and more. All students are welcome.
Sigma Delta Pi and Hispanic Latino Student Union Latin style dance night with salsa lessons provided at the beginning of the dance. Free admission and refreshments.
The Film Appreciation club will watch and discuss the classic comedy "Young Frankenstein," starring Gene Wilder.