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1 Students still concerned about lack of free STD testing on campus
Coloff--Sydney (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 118:27, p.01
12/6/2021 The Student Health Center stopped offering free STD testing last year, concerning students who do not have the ability to travel to a free testing facility; photo.
2 COVID-19 on campus: positivity rates rises again
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021), Cummings--Gabriella (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:47, p.02
4/5/2021 The COVID-19 positivity rate rose again on UNI's campus resulting in 17 positive cases and 8 self-reported cases. The University continues to urge students to complete the on-campus vaccinations survey because Governor Reynolds promises the State of Iowa will have enough vaccines for all Iowans 16 and older; photo.
3 Vaccinated Panthers share their stories
Christensen--Caroline (Student--2021)
Northern Iowan 117:44, p.01
3/25/2021 Governor Kim Reynolds announced all Iowa adults will be eligible for the COVID-19 vaccine on April 5; in response, UNI released a survey gauging interest in the vaccine in order to assist the Black Hawk County Health Department in preparations. On-campus vaccine clinics will be held in spring and early summer for students, employees, and immediate family members. Some students who have already been vaccinated due to medical conditions or place of employment share their stories, including Megan Studer, Sam Anderson, and Anne Gradoville; photos.
4 COVID-19 on campus: Rates constant
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021), Cummings--Gabriella (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 117:35, p.02
2/22/2021 The percent of positive COVID-19 tests stayed about the same from last week to this week. Last week also saw the first public COVID-19 vaccination clinic; photo.
5 UNI cancels international travel, COVID-19
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:42, p.01
3/9/2020 Due to COVID-19, UNI has cancelled all university-sponsored international travel. The university first cancelled travel for the next 30 days, then for all summer 2020 study abroad courses. UNI implemented travel restrictions in stages, beginning in January with a temporary moratorium on travel to China, extending it to South Korea on February 29, Italy on March 2, and Iran on March 3. Students in UNI Camp Adventure were recalled or transferred from affected areas. On March 5, the Board of Regents issued a statement for all three public universities cancelling university-sponsored travel for all faculty, staff, and students for the next 30 days, which included spring break. UNI absorbed the cost of cancelled study abroad programs. Although the threat of the virus remained low for Iowa and campus, the university began preparations for the unlikely event of a campus shutdown with information posted on A panel on the virus and combatting its spread was to be held March 11 in Lang Hall Auditorium; photo.
6 UNI Student Health Clinic to hold second clinic for free H1N1 flu vaccinations for UNI students
Public Relations News Release 2009:218, p.1
1/11/2010 Approximately 950 doses are available to students and will be distributed on Jan. 20, in the lower level of the Commons on a first-come basis. The Black Hawk County Health Department recommends receiving the H1N1 vaccination.

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