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1 An evening with storyteller Chuy Rentería
Schmitz--Mallory (Student--2021), Villanueva--Mayra (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:10, p.01
9/29/2022 This article written in Spanish and English, talks about Jesús 'Chuy' Rentería visiting UNI's campus for a reading and Q&A session about his new book "We Heard It When We Were Little", published in 2021. The book talks about Rentería's experience growing up in West Liberty, Iowa as a Mexican-American; photo.
2 Places to study on campus
Klinkhammer--Bailey (Student--2021), Raine--Tanner (Student--2022)
Northern Iowan 119:1, p.06
8/25/2022 Various students share their favorite spots to study on campus including the basement of Rod Library, the adirondack chairs, and Maucker Union; photo.
3 Students return to the "classroom"
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021)
Northern Iowan 116:1, p.01
8/20/2020 In hopes of lessening the spread of COVID-19, UNI is implementing three main options for fall 2020 classes--fully in-person, fully online and hybrid. Most students interviewed by the Northern Iowan preferred in-person classes; photo.
4 Women's History Month events coming up at UNI
Mitchell--Cecilia (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:40, p.05
3/2/2020 Events will be held throughout March to celebrate Women's History Month. Sexuality, Women and Gender (SWAG) will host the forum "Jackie and Jill Robinson: Women and the Need to Be Better at Politics" on March 2 in Rod Library. The Women's History Month Kickoff and Art Expo will be on March 3 in the Center for Multicultural Education (CME), and there will be a documentary screening on Carrie Chapman Catt followed by a panel on the same date. On March 5, Col. Beth Behn (Chief of Staff, Army Sustainment Command) will give the lecture "A Rising Tide: The Final Victorious Wave of the Women's Suffrage Movement, 1916-1920." The Philosophy and Religion 50th Anniversary Lecture will be held on March 6, given by Tracy Bonfitto, Curator of Art at the Harry Ransom Center at the University of Texas at Austin: "A Visible Scar: Loss and Memory in the Works of Zarina Hashmi and Rummana Hussein." Future events will include Women in Red: Wikipedia Editathon in Rod Library, Bingo Night in Curris Business Building, communication studies professor Catherine Palczewski's lecture "Bodies that Argue: How Suffragists Constituted White Women's Citizenship During the 1919 Prison Special Tour" as the last installment of the Phi Alpha Theta lecture series, the even "Women of War: Stories of Veteran Women," a movie night and RodCon keynote speaker Gabby Rivera in the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Arts Center. The month will conclude with Women of Excellence on March 27.
5 Preview: Love a Donor Week
Mitchell--Cecilia (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 116:34, p.04
2/10/2020 UNI's eighth annual Love a Donor Week is February 10-14 and includes multiple opportunities for students, faculty, and staff to write thank-you notes to university donors at various locations across campus; photo.
6 'Sustainable Snacks' commends crickets
Legaspi--Sofia (Class of 2020), Fortmann--Toni (Class of 2022), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:23, p.04
11/18/2019 The UNI Student Nature Society hosted a "Sustainable Snacks" event featuring Iowa cricket farmer Becky Herman on November 14, 2019; photos.
7 UNI alum discusses foreign policy
Pistarino--Emma (Student--2019), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:18, p.02
10/31/2019 John Dinger, alum and former U.S. Ambassador to Mongolia, held the forum "When Politics Trumps Expertise: Ukraine, Turkey, Syria, and Foreign Policy Making in the Trump White House" at UNI on October 28. Dinger spoke about the inner workings of foreign policy and how ambassadors work together with the government; photo.
8 Clothesline Project Brings awarness
Weber--Colby (Class of 2020), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 116:16, p.01
10/24/2019 The Clothesline Project has returned to UNI to help spread awareness of violence and abuse in the community during Relationship Violence Awareness Month. It is an opportunity to share the stories of individuals, friends, or family members; photos.
9 Winter weather survival: mental health
Kelsey--Elizabeth (Class of 2021), Legaspi--Sofia (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 115:37, p.01
2/21/2019 Winter weather and lack of sunlight can lead to mental health issues such as seasonal affective disorder (SAD). Students can increase exposure to natural light by visiting the Light Lounge in Sabin Hall; photos.
10 Holocaust Museum speaker visits UNI
Mitchell--Cecilia (Class of 2022), Leitner--Gabrielle (Class of 2020)
Northern Iowan 115:23, p.01
11/12/2018 Eric Schmalz, staff member of the United States Holocaust Museum, gave the lecture "'The Gauntlet Has Been Thrown:' Newspapers, Op-Eds, and American Responses to Anti-Semitism" in Sabin Hall's Segebarth Auditorium on November 6; photo.
11 "See it Feelingly" in autism memoir
Fortmann--Toni (Class of 2022)
Northern Iowan 115:20, p.03
11/1/2018 Author and film producer Ralph Savarese discussed his new memoir "See it Feelingly," inspired by his experiences and research on autism; photo.
12 UNI alum captures the "Blood Road"
Mazzarella--Allison (Student--2017), Dickerson--Andrew (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:14, p.04
10/12/2017 Former UNI student Nick Schrunk directed the documentary "Blood Road". UNI held a screening of the film and Schrunk came to UNI to discuss his experience; photo.
13 Therapy dogs visit UNI Campus
Ritondale--Sarah (Class of 2020), Davis--Kirby (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:9, p.04
9/25/2017 Susan Vallem and Sara Shadid of Retrieving Freedom, an organization that trains service dogs, presented in Sabin Hall on September 21; photos.
14 The Storm Lake Times: A tale of how a small Iowa paper received a Pulitzer
Duax--Amelia (Student--2017), Davis--Kirby (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:6, p.01
9/14/2017 Tom Cullen, a reporter at the Storm Lake Times, spoke on the paper's Pulitzer Prize win for reporting on the Des Moines Waterworks lawsuit related to the release of nitrogen into drinking water. Cullen's talk took place on September 7 in Sabin Hall photos.
15 Son of Pulitzer winner coming to UNI
Duax--Amelia (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:4, p.02
9/7/2017 UNI alumni Tom Cullen will speak on the Storm Lake Times' Pulitzer Prize on September 7 in Sabin Hall. The newspaper won the prize for its reporting on dirty groundwater in Iowa. The lecture is part of the Sustainability Lecture Series organized by professor of communication studies Chris Martin and director of the Center for Energy and Environmental Education (CEEE) Kamyar Enshayan; photo.
16 UNI to host Women's History Month events
Public Relations News Release 2014:202, p.1
3/9/2015 In March, the UNI Women's and Gender Studies Program will host multiple events in honor of Women's History Month. All events are free and open to the public.
17 Iowa Supreme Court Chief Justice to visit UNI
Public Relations News Release 2014:134, p.1
11/25/2014 Chief Justice Mark Cady of the Iowa Supreme court will be at UNI December 4, in Sabin Hall, Room 002. He will present a lecture about policy making, the event is free and open to the public.
18 UNI to host lecture on media representations of women's sport
Public Relations News Release 2014:50, p.1
9/18/2014 UNI will host speaker NIcole M. LaVoi, the associate director of the Tucker Center for Research on Girls and Women in Sport at the University of Minnesota, October 2, in Sabin Hall, Room 002.
19 Education center will move to Sabin Hall
Krogman--Kayla Jean (Student--2014)
Northern Iowan 110:54, p.2
4/28/2014 UNI received $2 million to operate a new education center. The Center for Educational Transformation will allow students to participate in hands-on research activities; photo.
20 Nationally known anti-sexist activist to present lecture at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2013:256, p.1
4/15/2014 Jackson Katz will address sex and gender issues during his lecture on April 24, at 7:30 p.m., in Sabin Hall, Room 002. Katz is the creator of the Mentors in Violence Prevention (MVP). The lecture is free and open to the public.
21 UNI's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education to host annual Holocaust Remembrance events
Public Relations News Release 2013:254, p.1
4/14/2014 The UNI's Center for Holocaust and Genocide Education (CHGE) will host several events in honor of the Days of Remembrance of the victims of the Holocaust April 23, through April 29. All events are free and open to the public.
22 Audience observes Japan's 'woven fabric'
Nilles--Kellen Marie (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:18, p.2
10/29/2013 A lecture entitled "Japanese Religion: A View from the Streets of Tokyo" was given by Steven Heine, from Florida International University, and Martha Reineke, professor of religion at UNI. The lecture focused on Japanese culture and religion; photo.
23 New research center brings creativity to UNI: the center strives to improve student learning and problem solving
Cosgrove--Thaddeus Riley (Student--2013)
Northern Iowan 110:13, p.3
10/11/2013 The Creative Life Research Center has opened its door here at UNI. It is located in Sabin Hall. The goal of the center is to help make UNI a nerve center for creative research both statewide and nationwide; photo.
24 Sabin Hall renovation another milestone in UNI sustainability
Public Relations News Release 2013:15, p.1
8/13/2013 The renovations to Sabin Hall have been awarded the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design Gold status. UNI has worked very hard to progress towards being a sustainable campus.
25 Snowstorm spurs debate
Baker--Brandon Lee (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 109:32, p.1
2/5/2013 Students and faculty question the actions of UNI officials when classes were held after heavy snowfall. University Relations, Michael Hager, and Provost Gloria Gibson would not comment; photo.
26 UNI's political science department to host 'Election 2012: What did it mean?'
Public Relations News Release 2012:144, p.1
11/20/2012 UNI's Department of Political Science is hosting a discussion on the 2012 elections. This discussion will include possible implications of electing officials.
27 Bike repair stations, UNI Outdoors office offer services for bike riders
Meng--Ethan David (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:1, p.14
8/24/2012 James Chidister is a one man fix-it station for bicycles on campus. Repairs are first class and low cost. This year two Fixit stations will aid Chidister. These stations allow a person to inflate tires and tighten bolts.
28 Holocaust survivor speaks at UNI
Drain--Nikeyta (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 108:53, p.1
4/24/2012 Inge Auerbacher, a child survivor of the Terezin Concentration Camp, addressed a silenced crowd in Sabin Hall Auditorium.
29 New campus art reflects students' experience
Northern Iowa Today 95:1, p.10
4/1/2012 Lynn Basa has designed artwork for Sabin Hall and for Panther Village; students assisted with the metal "Bower" sculpture for Panther Village; photo.
30 I Spy at UNI
Campbell--Colby David (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 108:46, p.2
3/30/2012 Mystery photo looking for identification. The previous photo was identified by Parash Upreti as the Sabin Hall stairway; photo.
31 An alumnus' thoughts on UNI budget cuts
Hinton--Jon M. (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 108:41, p.4
3/2/2012 The thought that his university would have to cut costs brought a harsh reality to Jonathan Hinton. Many statistics are shared, including the doubling of tuition between 1997 and 2007 to make up for lack of funding from Des Moines.
32 UNI "light lounge" increases valuable research
Public Relations News Release 2011:186, p.1
2/24/2012 The renovation in Sabin Hall allowed for a light lounge which allows natural white light in the room which may help reduce Seasonal Affective Disorder.
33 Bartlett renovations nearly finalized
Findley--Blake Thurston (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 108:37, p.1
2/17/2012 Bartlett Hall will be transformed from a dormitory to faculty offices, following a year and a half of planning. Mechanical, electrical, and communications updates will be made. Faculty will move in during winter break of 2013-2014 or spring of 2014.
34 Purple, gold and green
Eilers--Bradley David (Student--2008)
Northern Iowan 108:10, p.3
9/30/2011 Reduction in the university's carbon footprint is a priority of President Allen and the Cabinet. Cell phone and battery recycling is available. Sabin Hall received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design certification.
35 UNI rededicates Sabin
Maddix--Nicholas Scott (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 108:9, p.1
9/27/2011 Sabin Hall reopened in January of 2011 after two years of reconstruction. The building is LEED certified at the silver level for its environmental design. Sabin Hall is a work of pride; photo.
36 UNI to rededicate Sabin Hall
Northern Iowan 108:7, p.2
9/20/2011 Sabin Hall reopened in January 2011 following two years of demolition and reconstruction. Sustainability was the goal of the renovation. Sabin Hall has achieved Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design award.
37 Recently renovated Sabin Hall to be rededicated
Public Relations News Release 2011:40, p.1
9/16/2011 After a complete remodel, Sabin Hall will be rededicated.
38 Find your hot study spot
Schreck--Anna E. (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 107:54, p.supp 10
4/29/2011 Several study areas on campus are noted. Rod Library is one of the best spots. Help is available.
39 Rebel alliance destroys UNI-Dome
Northern Iowan 107:50, p.9
4/15/2011 Satirical look at the destruction of the Dome by aliens; photo.
40 A return of light; Sabin Hall renovation aims for LEED Silver certification
Northern Iowa Today 94:2, p.8
4/1/2011 $11.8 million renovation completed on Sabin Hall; brief look at building history and the aims of the renovation; met Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design standards; photo.
41 Reaching new heights of sustainability
Northern Iowa Today 94:2, p.Outside front cover
4/1/2011 Three story atrium in Sabin Hall; photo.
42 Remember when
Northern Iowa Today 94:2, p.Outside back cover
4/1/2011 Old laboratory school classrooms in Sabin Hall; photo.
43 Sabin Hall reopens for classes
Hayne--Cassandra Kay (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 107:28, p.1
1/14/2011 Extensive remodeling over the past two years has modernized Sabin Hall and brought the building up to the fire code. Many "green" elements have been added to the building; photo.
44 UNI to host hard-hat tours of Sabin Hall.
Public Relations News Release 2010:162, p.1
12/8/2010 Sabin has been closed for renovation since Dec. 2008 after classes ended. Demolition and construction began in late May 2009. The process is in its final stages with occupancy scheduled for Jan. 2011 in conjunction with the start of the spring semester.
45 Green updates in progress on university parking facility
Braumann--Kari Sue (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 2009:59, p.2
7/16/2010 Solar panels have been installed on the roof of the multimodal transportation center. The panels should supply enough energy to cover the needs of the facility. Sabin Hall renovations will reduce energy consumption.; photo.
46 Green updates in progress on university parking facility
Braumann--Kari Sue (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:59, p.2
7/16/2010 Solar panels and a geo-thermal heating system will provide the electricity needed for the Multimodal Transportation Center. The remodeling of Sabin Hall will also cut energy usage; photo.
47 UNI holds 2010 Sustainability Forum on April 22
Public Relations News Release 2009:413, p.1
4/20/2010 Faramarz Vakili, program director of WE CONSERVE at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, will give the keynote address, "If not now, when? If not us, who?" He will deliver his lecture via video conferencing system.
48 Increased student enrollment challenges Admissions, DOR and UNI as a whole
Smit--Jeremy Ryan (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 106:5, p.4
9/15/2009 Budget cuts and increasing enrollment have led to increased class size and an increased demand for dormitory space. Temporary housing has been set up in lounges in the Towers and Quads; photo.
49 Building history
Northern Iowa Today 93:2, p.4
9/1/2009 Tribute to James E. Robinson, who planned many of the older buildings on campus; photo.
50 Iowa's first "Green" building continues uning less energy
Public Relations News Release 2008:404, p.1
3/17/2009 The CEEE confirms that the building is opeating as intended and uses, on average, one-third less electrical energy per square foot when compared to some other campus buildings.The study showed benefits from daylighting and passive solar design.

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