Did you leave something on the Safe Ride this weekend? Perhaps a backpack, keys, and/or phone? If so, be sure to call MET Transit, operators of the Safe Ride, at 319.234.5714.
Monday, January 23 - 9/11 Film Series - Free Speech in Times of National Crisis
7 PM - Center for Multicultural Education
As part of an ongoing 9/11 film series, there will be a screening of the film Watch What You Say: Free Speech in Times of National Crisis will be followed by a discussion of free speech rights.
Thursday, January 26 - Gay/Straight Alliance Improv Troupe
8 PM - Maucker Union Coffeehouse
Come to the preview of Unity Week this Thursday! Two men from Minnapolis, one gay and one straight, will bring you a night full of fun improv and educational interactions with a Q and A as a follow up.
Friday, January 27 - Campus Forum on the State of Higher Education in America with Bruce Braley
1-2 PM - Center for Multicultural Education, Maucker Union
Congressman Bruce Braley will be on campus to hold a forum on the current state of higher education. Students, faculty, and staff are all welcome to attend to address questions like What are the greatest challenges facing US colleges and universities?, How can student aid programs be improved?, Is Congress making wise investments in university research and campus infrastructure?, and Is the content in the classroom and research on campus keeping up with global demand for graduates with specific knowledge and skills?
Friday, January 27 - The Magic Flute with UNI School of Music
7:30 PM - Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center
Mozart’s Masterpiece, first performed just two months before his death the Magic Flute contains High nobility and some of the most soprano arias of all time. Mozart’s combination of Masonic subtexts and comic buffoonery made this one of his most popular opera’s. Featuring the remarkable talents of the University of Northern Iowa’s School of Music, this production will stir your heart and make you laugh out loud.
Saturday, January 28 - UNI Dance Marathon Dodgeball Tournament
Noon to 6 PM - Upper Level WRC (Gyms 5-7)
UNI Dance Marathon will host its first Dodgeball Tournament this weekend. The tournament will consist of teams of six and cost is $5 per person, due at arrival. Registration forms can be picked up in the Student Involvement Activity Center, in the upper level of Maucker Union, and are due no later than Thursday, Jan. 26.
Friday, January 20thNorthern Iowa Legislative Update
Chief Justice Clopton will be stepping down as the current Chief Justice on the Judicial Branch of NISG. With that, it means that NISG is looking for someone to fill his spot. If you wish to apply, simply fill out this form. The application is currently closed, contact Spencer Walrath for further information.
The NISG Justices are appointed to office by the President and approved by a two-thirds vote of the Senate. Justices serve for the duration of their enrollment at the university unless they resign at an eariler time. The Supreme Court meets as necessary to deal with matters related to constitutional descrepencies of the NISG executive or legislative branches and student organizations recognized by NISG.
Thursday, December 8 - Celebrate the Seasons
7 - 10 PM, Maucker Union Coffeehouse
Kick-start your holiday season by coming to CAB's Celebrate the Seasons! There will be an ice skating rink INSIDE of Maucker Union, there will be stuff-a-pet (penguins, unicorns, bears, monkeys!), an ugly sweater photo booth, crafts, and performances by various UNI organizations.
Thursday, December 8 - Voterpalooza: Iowa Caucus Edition
9 PM - 2 AM, the Hub
Join your Northern Iowa Student Government for their 2nd Annual Voterpalooza Concert on December 8th at the Hub from 9 PM until 2 AM to celebrate the up-and-coming Iowa Caucuses! The event will feature Good Cop/Rad Cop and the Pork Tornadoes and is FREE to all students 19 and older or 18 and up with a UNI ID. Voterpalooza will include a mock election with the various candidates involved in the Republican and Democratic Caucuses, as well as information on registering to vote. The UNI SafeRide will be running Thursday night to take students to the event but will operate on a slightly modified route, skipping its stop on College Street. The Hub is located on Main Street in Cedar Falls. Please email email@example.com with any questions you might have regarding the event!
Friday, December 9 - Presidential Candidate Education Forum: Rick Santorum
11 AM, Gallagher-Bluedorn Performing Arts Center lobby
Former Sen. Rick Santorum will be the second candidate to present at UNI's Presidential Candidate Education Forum. UNI and Iowa Public Radio are hosting presidential candidates to speak to "Addressing the Challenges and Opportunities in Education Today." The forum, moderated by Ben Kieffer, host of IPR's "The Exchange," is free and open to the public. Santorum will speak for 30 minutes, followed by 30 minutes of Q&A with the audience.