Greek chapter of the week: Alpha Xi Delta
This week’s Greek highlight is Alpha Xi Delta sorority. What makes this sorority special is that it was the first national women’s fraternity on UNI’s campus, according to the UNI chapter website.
Orchestra composes the trip of a lifetime
While some students may only fantasize about 80 degree weather, sunny beaches and relaxing music this spring break, 60 UNI students and school of music faculty will live that dream during the Northern Iowa Symphony Orchestra concert tour of Brazil.
Annual read-in brings familiar face to UNI
A bright red furry creature made his way from Sesame Street to UNI for the eighth annual African-American Read-In Thursday.
Biblical film incites emotion
Though the Bible may leave the story of Jesus Christ to be envisioned in our imaginations, Christopher Spencer brings the story to the silver screen in his movie “Son of God.” The story of Jesus (Diogo Morgado) unfolds through his teachings, miracles, crucifixion and resurrection.
'Mauritius' brings stamp collecting to extremes
Greed will take center stage at the Bertha Martin Theatre this weekend as UNI students bring to life the dramatic comedy “Mauritius” in the Strayer-Wood Theatre.
Road to the NFL
This past week was full of more training and building off the combine in New Jersey to get ready for Phoenix this weekend. The main thing that came out of the first combine was the necessity to stay focused and overcome adversity.
Greek chapter of the week: Sigma Alpha Epsilon
This week’s Greek chapter is Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity. One of the larger fraternities on campus, SAE instills in its members the notion of being a “true gentleman,” according to their national creed.
Spring break safety tips
Spring break is just two weeks away. And while you may be focusing on soaking up the sun and having fun with your friends, don’t let your mind completely wander. Consider these safety tips and remember to have a fun, but safe, spring break.
Students prepare for catwalk
UNI students have worked hard all year to see their designs strutted down the runway. And on April 26, the fashion show production class will see their efforts come to fruition during the entirely student-produced 22nd annual spring fashion show.
DIY: At home in the dorms
There’s not a lot of room for extra things when living in the dorms. But there are still things that are good to have on hand. Business casual clothes are worn quite often and most ironing boards are big and clunky. Why not make a smaller ironing board yourself out of a TV tray? It’s portable, it folds flat and it’s easy to make.