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1 UNI questions future of diversity trainings in wake of executive order
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020), Debruin--Karla (Northern Iowan Managing Editor)
Northern Iowan 117:16, p.02
10/12/2020 The future of diversity trainings at UNI is unclear after an executive order by President Trump; photo.
2 Acclaimed author gives virtual Hearst Lecture
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:14, p.02
10/5/2020 During the Hearst Lecture Series, Luis Alberto Urrea, a critically acclaimed author, talks about border crossing and his life in Mexico.
3 Health Center cuts free STD testing
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020), Cummings--Gabriella (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:9, p.02
9/17/2020 The Student Health Center cuts free access to STD tests, citing financial reasons; photo.
4 UNI COVID-19 data reporting begins
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 117:4, p.01
8/31/2020 UNI publishes data regarding positive COVID-19 tests for the first time. Multiple opinions regarding this were included; photo.
5 Imagining America presents at UNI
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020), Fortmann--Toni (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:34, p.01
2/10/2020 Junior art history major Katelyn Brockmeyer is an intern at Imagining America, which promotes community engagement through arts, humanities, and design. Brockmeyer is facilitating presentations on various topics in art, and presented on black artists in history during Black History Month, including Kihinde Wiley, Betye Saar, Henry Ossawa Tanner, Maya Angelou, and Faith Ringgold, among others. UNI graduate and curator for the Waterloo Center for the Arts Chawne Paige also spoke, focusing on the center's collection of Haitian art.
6 DOR preps for recontracting, updates
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020)
Northern Iowan 116:31, p.02
1/30/2020 The Department of Residence announced a number of changes to student housing, including starting the recontracting process in the spring instead of fall, the institution of a mixed community option for different classes of students, the reopening of Dancer Hall. Additionally, student dining will see changes including continuous hours for Piazza and Rialto dining centers and a new meal plan option. Prices will not be increasing; photo.
7 DOR preps for recontracting, updates
Cavalier--Kimberly (Student--2020), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:31, p.02
12/30/2019 Department of Residence (DOR) has announced a number of changes and enhancements to campus living effective beginning in the fall 2020 semester. One adjustment students may have already noticed is that the recontracting process processed has been moved from November to February. By waiting until spring to start the recontracting process, it allow new students time in the fall to get adjusted to college and focus on their academics and get a better feel for where they might want to live the following year. The DOR will be adding a "mixed community" option combining first-year and upper-class students. Another notable update is the reopening of Dancer Hall.

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