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  • Earth Week in full bloom

    As the grass on campus shifts from brown to green, students once again appreciate the beauty of nature. Earth Day, April 22, aims to maintain this beauty by raising public awareness of environmental issues, according to Several student organizations are promoting Earth-Day related events April 21-25 as part of Earth Week.

  • Provost Gibson to resign

    After serving as UNI’s executive vice president and provost for nearly five years, Gloria Gibson has announced her resignation. 

  • imm Welcoming immigrants as citizens

    Last Wednesday in the Maucker Union ballroom, 89 former immigrants held packets of citizenship papers and American flags, eager to become citizens of the United States. 

  • Klinghorn means business at UNI

    The new director of the Regional Business Center and Entrepreneur Outreach Paul Klinghorn is bringing both skill and knowledge to UNI

  • Bass brings multi-faceted experience to CSBS

    The College of Social and Behavioral Sciences is welcoming back Brenda Bass as the dean of CSBS at UNI. Bass currently serves as interim dean and will begin her tenure as dean July 1. 

  • pepper PepperJax Gril coming soon

    A taste of Philadelphia is coming to Cedar Falls this May. PepperJax Grill - America’s Best Philly is a new fast-casual restaurant that will serve the Cedar Valley community.

  • uni I 2 am UNIfied

    On a blustery Wednesday, students gathered outside Maucker Union and held up white boards with messages against micro-aggression. The American Psychological Association defines micro-aggression as subtle discriminatory expressions.

  • Madsen reflects on student services fee decision

    Northern Iowa Student Government President Thomas Madasen and Vice President Blake Findley approved the Iowa Board of Regents’ request to remove funding for the Athletics Department from the General Education Fund. 

  • Student work hours jeopardized

    According to a proposed revision of UNI’s student employment policy, students can work no more than 20 hours per week, must be enrolled during the semester in which they plan to be employed and must be taking at least six hours of classes for the semester in which they will be employed.

  • heels Men in high heels Students walk to promote sexual consent

    The men of UNI slipped on red heels and wobbled around campus Thursday to spread awareness of rape, gender violence and sexual assault. All the fraternities got together to put on the sixth annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event for Greek Week.