Activist, former nurse condemns abortions
Anti-abortion activist Jill Stanek came to campus Wednesday to talk about her experience with abortion as a nurse at Christ Hospital in Chicago. Hosted by UNI Right to Life, the event brought students and community members to Maucker Union.
New skills grace UNI: Funding enables Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning to open in libr
Recently, the University of Northern Iowa brought the Center for Excellence in Teaching and Learning program to campus, which focuses on new teaching techniques and improving the way students learn in the classroom.
Regents solicit efficiency report
The largest efficiency report ever performed at the three Iowa regent universities is under way and is scheduled to be complete by the end of the year.
Bringing tunes to the hill
Deciding where to enjoy the weekend can be easy for students who know what College Street in Cedar Falls has to offer. College Street, better known as the Hill, is a popular hangout for UNI students.
NISG tries cutting course packet costs
In an effort to make the costs of college as low as possible, Chris Miller, Northern Iowa Student Government senator for the College of Business Administration, has put forth a resolution that would have professors upload their noncopyrighted course materials online.
Gartman, Andersen win presidential election
With bated breath, students sat in Maucker Union where the Northern Iowa Student Government presidential and vice presidential candidates awaited the election results on Wednesday. The room erupted with the announcement that Kevin Gartman and Paul Andersen won the election.
Pledges give aid to kids
A sea of orange-clad students flooded Maucker Union Saturday for UNI’s third annual Dance Marathon. The chant of “FTK” rang through the building throughout the day, a cheer of support for kids affected with life-threatening illnesses.
New rules enhance pot industry
On Feb. 14, federal law enforcement agencies released guidelines that allow banks to take deposits from state licensed marijuana producers and retailers without fear of money laundering or persecution, according to drugpolicy.org.
Panthers storm the Capitol
On Feb. 24, UNI student and faculty organizations such as Northern Iowa Student Government, UNI Proud and the Student Admissions Ambassadors set out to show Iowa legislators what they’re made of at the second annual UNI Day at the Iowa Capitol in Des Moines.
UNI employees victims of tax fraud: At least 53 reports of fraud have been filed by UNI Police
Some UNI employees who are filing their taxes are discovering that someone else has already done the paperwork for them.