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  • Past comes back to bite

    Capitalizing on its 2013 big screen adaption, Theatre UNI brings “August: Osage County” to life at Strayer-Wood Theatre

  • choas A chaotic sense of humor

    Some say that laughter is the best medicine.  Kelly Boon, motivational speaker, would agree with them. She would even go as far as to wear a clown nose onstage to start off her presentation.

  • seesaw Bringing sexual assault into the light

    Sexual Assault Awareness month, which is April, aims to raise awareness of sexual assault and get away from the “stranger in the bush” way of thinking, said Robin Summers, graduate assistant in the Women’s and Gender Studies Program.

  • Alpha Delta Pi

    Alpha Delta Pi guides about 235,000 women in more than 150 collegiate chapters, according to the national website. The sorority’s principles are scholarship, leadership, sisterhood and service, and its motto is “we live for each other.”

    “I know that they live for me everyday, and having 78 other women constantly supporting me means the world to me,” said Lynette Bordignon, president of the UNI chapter of Alpha Delta Pi.

  • kraft Glass graduation crafts

    Graduation lightbulb & Memory Jar

  • Library Food for your stomach and mind

    Next fall, students studying in Rod Library can grab a cup of coffee or a snack without leaving the building. A cart cafe is in the works and construction is set to start in May, finishing up in July or August, just in time for the start of the new semester.

  • cheeseball Bunny cream cheese ball dish

    Ingredients: Hawaiian cheese ball

  • yarn Knitting away the scenery

    The Honors Cottage is feeling more cozy than usual, thanks to some yarn bombers who smothered the building April 5.

  • stuff Celebrating scholastic achievement at UNI

    The seventh annual Honors Week kicked off this Saturday. The event, which runs through April 12, recognizes the various organizations and students on campus that value scholastic achievement. The University Honors Program organized the events.

  • Greek chapter of the week

    Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity

    This week’s Greek chapter is Sigma Phi Epsilon Fraternity, or SigEp. The fraternity was founded in 1901 and has been at UNI since 1993. At the fraternity’s national inception, the founders said, “This fraternity will be different.”