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1 Band reaches fundraising goal
Northern Iowan 111:14, p.1
10/16/2014 Less than three months away from their departure to London, the Panther Marching Band achieved another goal in their fundraiser agenda, collecting $7,500 from a crowdfunding website; photo.
2 Message in a bottle from Ireland
Northern Iowan 111:14, p.4
10/16/2014 Two Irish contemporary poets visited UNI and spoke to about 40 students and staff in Bartlett Hall; photo.
3 Sweetest Swing In Baseball
Northern Iowan 111:14, p.1
10/16/2014 Theatre UNI opened the 2014-2015 season with Pulitzer Prize nominee Rebecca Gilman's 2004 dark comedic drama "The Sweetest Swing in Baseball"; photo.
4 Explosion of orange for Dance Marathon
Northern Iowan 111:13, p.4
10/13/2014 More than 300 students attended the Dance Marathon Orange Party at the Campanile; photo.
5 It's magic, you know
Northern Iowan 111:13, p.1
10/13/2014 Five-time world record holder John Cassidy came to Lang Auditorium to perform magic tricks for students and faculty; photo.
6 Improv troupe starts 11th season
Northern Iowan 111:9, p.4
9/29/2014 The Lampost Theatre and Coffee Shop booked Half-Masted, an improv troupe from the Cedar Valley.
7 Red Cross looking for blood donations
Northern Iowan 111:8, p.2
9/25/2014 The Red Cross has set up thirty-three blood drives in the Cedar Falls/Waterloo area; photo.
8 University Avenue to undergo construction
Northern Iowan 111:5, p.1
9/15/2014 Repairs on University Avenue are set to commence in 2016.
9 Third annual candle vigil
Northern Iowan 111:4, p.1
9/11/2014 The third annual candlelight vigil for suicide prevention was held in the Elm Room of Maucker Union; photo.
10 Baker Hall updates
Northern Iowan 111:3, p.1
9/8/2014 The demolition of Baker Hall is set to be complete in October of 2014; photo.
11 3rd Annual Hall-A-Palooza
Northern Iowan 111:2, p.1
9/4/2014 Despite the ominous clouds many students attended the third annual Hall-A-Palooza and weren't upset that the event had a last minute change in venue.
12 A new year, a new Shuttle
Northern Iowan 111:1, p.2
8/28/2014 With the start of the new school year; many students are finding that they need to re-learn the Panther Shuttle bus schedule.
13 Panther portraits: Take Back the Night
Northern Iowan 110:55, p.5
5/1/2014 Shows a group of students holding posters in a campus walk as a part of Take Back the Night.
14 Top 10 hidden places to study on campus
Northern Iowan 110:55, p.supp. 6
5/1/2014 Lists and pictures of the top ten place to study on campus; photo.
15 Men perform for autism funding
Northern Iowan 110:52, p.1
4/24/2014 Alpha Xi Delta hosted its fourth annual Xi Man Competition, a pageant that raises money for Autism Speaks. Eight men performed their talents and donned formal wear for the pageant; photo.
16 Welcoming immigrants as citizens
Northern Iowan 110:52, p.1
4/21/2014 UNI hosted its fourth naturalization ceremony, welcoming immigrants as citizens of the United States. The naturalization process takes 9-12 months. Participants in the ceremony were eager to become citizens; photo.
17 I 2 am UNIfied
Northern Iowan 110:51, p.1
4/17/2014 UNI hosted an event called I2AmUNI to hear from minority students and the stereotypes that they face. Students were encouraged to share their stories. The event is part of an effort to end stereotypes and encourage diversity education at UNI; photo.
18 One last angry lecture
Northern Iowan 110:49, p.1
4/10/2014 The Center for Multicultural Education ended its year of lectures with Lela Lee, the author of "Angry Little Girls." During her lecture, she shared many of her comic strips with the audience; photo.
19 Pride week kicks off with annual drag show
Northern Iowan 110:47, p.1
4/3/2014 UNI Proud's annual drag show was a success. Over five hundred people watched the show in the Union. The drag show was the first event of Pride Week. Every dollar earned during the show was donated to Community AIDS Assistance; photo.
20 Hernandez explores power and influence of feminism
Northern Iowan 110:45, p.2
3/27/2014 Feminist author Daisy Hernandez gave a lecture entitled, "Feminists, Comrades, and Maybe Beyoncé: Models of Leadership Today." In her lecture, she identified strong women in today's society; photo.
21 Students test their knowledge of women's history
Northern Iowan 110:44, p.1
3/13/2014 The Feminist Action League held the first women's history month trivia game. They game was composed of questions about women who are typically sidelined in history classes; photo.
22 Regents solicit efficiency report
Northern Iowan 110:43, p.1
3/10/2014 The Board of Regents is conducting a $2.5 million spending review with Deloitte Consulting to find inefficiencies and areas of overspending. The board hopes to save $15-$25 million by making the three regent universities more efficient.
23 New rules enhance pot industry
Northern Iowan 110:40, p.2
2/27/2014 The legalization of marijuana has had a great impact on Colorado's tax revenue. It is still unclear what the future of medical marijuana might look like in Iowa. A bill for legalization was brought to the Iowa Senate a week ago.
24 Helping refugees reach the American dream
Northern Iowan 110:39, p.1
2/24/2014 Every Saturday students gather to help tutor Burmese refugees in English as part of UNI RISE. The overall goal of the group is to help provide the refugees with enough knowledge to pass the citizenship test; photo.

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