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1 Panther Preview
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 119:52, p.05
4/20/2023 A timeline of events happening on campus next week. Some of the events include musical performances, the Traditions Keeper Ceremony, and a Sexual Assault Awareness Pet Therapy Event with Pet Pals.
2 Panther Preview
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 119:49, p.05
4/10/2023 A timeline of events happening on campus next week. Some of the events include Grad Fest, 9 Lives Dinner, and The MOVEment Showcase.
3 Panther Preview
Northern Iowan Staff
Northern Iowan 119:25, p.05
11/28/2022 A timeline of events happening on campus next week. Some of the events include the Panther Health Drive, Grad Fest, and musical performances.
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 19147 Russian Revolutions remembered
Dausener--Josua (Student--2017), Davis--Kirby (Student--2017)
Northern Iowan 114:23, p.01
11/13/2017 UNI invites four speakers to give a lecture called "Russian Revolution and Modern Russia (1917-2017): 100 Years of Dreams and Realities" followed by a Q&A session. There is an overview of the lectures each speaker gave; photo.
6 Diversity forum excluded whites
Slaughter--Reid (Student--2015), Fisher--Nicholas Allen (Student--2014)
Northern Iowan 112:25, p.03
12/3/2015 Guest Columnist Reid Slaughter argues that a recent open forum about diversity and discrimination on campus excluded the opinions and testimonies of white students; photo.
7 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.
8 UNI to celebrate Black History Month
Public Relations News Release 2014:175, p.1
2/5/2015 UNI's Black Student Union will hold numerous events throughout the month of February to celebrate Black History Month. All events are free and open the public.
9 UNI prepares for fall Commencement
Public Relations News Release 2014:139, p.1
12/8/2014 The fall commencement ceremony will take place December 20 in the McLeod Center. Approximately 650 graduates will participate in Commencement. Seating for the event is on a first-come, first-served basis.
10 UNI to host 41st Annual Carl L. Becker Memorial Lecture in History
Public Relations News Release 2014:36, p.1
9/9/2014 Elliot West, professor of history at the University of Arkansas will present "The West Before Lewis and Clark: Three Lives" at UNI's 41st Annual Carl L. Becker Memorial Lecture. The lecture is September 17, in Seerley Hall, room 115.
11 Lynda Yates to lecture at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2013:260, p.1
4/21/2014 Lynda Yates, an associate professor of linguistics at Macquarie University in Australia, will present her lecture "Communication, Language and preparing for the Work Place". April 28 in Seerley Hall.
12 UNI hosts Take Back the Night to increase awareness of sexual assault
Public Relations News Release 2013:257, p.1
4/17/2014 UNI will host Take Back the Night in Seerley Hall to increase awareness of sexual assault. There will be a panel discussion, a sign-making and March from Seerley Hall to the Campanile.
13 UNI to host reporter Jack Hovelson
Public Relations News Release 2013:74, p.1
9/30/2013 Reporter, Jack Hovelson, will present, "Newspapering: If You Ain't Good, You Better Be Lucky". Jack Hovelson has written numerous articles for many publications including USA Today. The event is sponsored by the History Club and Phi Alpha Theta.
14 I Spy at UNI
Campbell--Colby David (Student--2012)
Northern Iowan 109:35, p.2
2/15/2013 Mystery photo of the week awaiting identification. The previous photo was identified by Sarah Pearce. It was the statue of Sophocles in Seerley Hall; photo.
15 'Funeral' held to protest academic program cuts
Ta--Linh Mai (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:45, p.1
3/27/2012 Students United for Academics sponsored the march. The march began at Seerley Hall and made its way to the Campanile to remember Price Laboratory School; photo.
16 Students hold peaceful protest of potential academic cuts
Findley--Blake Thurston (Student--2010)
Northern Iowan 108:43, p.2
3/9/2012 Students study in Seerley Hall. The Study Vigil lasted 24 hours a day for a week. Students were protesting the proposed cuts in academic courses; photo.
17 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.
18 Sacred spaces and reading places
Baker--Brandon Lee (Student--2011)
Northern Iowan 108:24, p.4
11/18/2011 The Great Reading Room and the Special Collections area of the library are not available for student study spaces; unless using Special Collections materials; photo.
19 I Spy at UNI
Schreck--Anna E. (Student--2009)
Northern Iowan 107:38, p.1
2/22/2011 Mystery photo contest continues. Becca Bohnet identified last week's photo as a sculpture in Seerley Hall; photo.
20 'Town and Gown' Lecture to be held at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2010:125, p.1
11/2/2010 The Department of History will present "Town and Gown When the Dow was Down: Cedar Falls and ISTC in 1933," by Ruth Ratliff, director of campaigns, development & foundation.
21 UNI to host panel on retention elections of Iowa Supreme Court justices
Public Relations News Release 2010:102, p.1
10/18/2010 This year's retention elections for the Iowa Supreme Court have been controversial, with some groups urging that several justices be ousted in response to their 2009 decision on same-sex marriage.
22 Chief Justice of the Iowa Supreme Court to speak at UNI
Public Relations News Release 2010:99, p.1
10/14/2010 Marsha Ternus will deliver a lecture on "Rule of Law and the Iowa Supreme Court." She has been on the Iowa Supreme Court since 2003. She was selected by her colleagues to be chief justice in 2006 and is the first woman to serve as chief justice in Iowa.
23 UNI lecture on Sotomayor and Kagan nominations
Public Relations News Release 2010:47, p.1
9/14/2010 "The American Mass Public and the U. S. Supreme Court: The Sotomayor and Kagan Nominations" is the topic of the R. Gordon Hoxie Lecture. James L. Gibson, Sidney W. Souers Professor of Government at Washington University, will deliver the lecture.
24 Fourth-annual CHFA Graduate Research Symposium to take place at UNI Feb. 19
Public Relations News Release 2009:277, p.1
2/12/2010 A select group of graduate students in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts (CHFA) will present their research projects at the fourth-annual symposium in Seerley Hall's Great Reading Room. Cary Nelson, will deliver the keynote address. Students listed.
25 Feb. 10 lecture at UNI explores power of positive thinking, proper eating
Public Relations News Release 2009:257, p.
2/4/2010 Trudy Eden will give a lecture on "Metaphysics and Meatless Meals: Why Diet was Important to the New Thought Movement of the early 20th Century." Those who participateed in the movement believed in the power of positive thinking.
26 Jan. 20 lecture to focus on transformation of Buenos Aires between 1880 and 1950
Public Relations News Release 2009:227, p.1
1/14/2010 Pablo Ben, assistant professor of Latin American history, will present "From City to Sin to Family Haven: the Transformation of Buenos Aires between 1880 and 1950." Ben will discuss how modern homosexual and heterosexual identities began to emerge.
27 UNI to host annual Becker Lecture, Sept. 30
Public Relations News Release 2009:62, p.1
9/17/2009 "Soapboxes, Shakespeare, and Socialism: The Emerging Radicalism of A. Philip Randolph" will be the topic delivered by Eric Arnesen, professor of history at The George Washington University.
28 John Johnson to speak at UNI on Constitution Day, Sept. 17
Public Relations News Release 2009:27, p.1
9/2/2009 The event is free and open to the public. The lecture will cover constitutional history and how key constitutional language has been interpreted, as well as the Judge Sonia Sotomayor confirmation hearings.
29 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.
30 UNI to host four Chinese delegates from City College Dongguan during Arne Duncan visit, April 24
Public Relations News Release 2008:478, p.1
4/20/2009 For the past three years, the College and CCDGUT have exchanged students for a special summer program, with approximately 25 UNI students traveling to Dongguan each summer to teach English, and Chinese students traveling to Cedar Falls to participate.
31 UNI's CHFA to host Graduate Research Symposium
Public Relations News Release 2008:430, p.1
3/31/2009 A small, select group of graduate students in the College of Humanities and Fine Arts will present their research projects at the third-annual Symposium; students listed.
32 UNI Women's & Gender Studies Program celebrating Women's History Month in March
Public Relations News Release 2008:365, p.1
2/27/2009 "Creating Connections, Encouraging Unity" will be the focus of a series of events during March; subtitled, "Women's Issues Are Universal Issues," will include lectures, a concert featuring works by women composers, a book sale and a documentary showing.
33 UNI to celebrate Lincoln Bicentennial with series of speakers, panels
Public Relations News Release 2008:316, p.1
1/26/2009 A number of activities are planned in Lincoln's honor by the Center for Multicultural Education and the American Democracy Project/Provost's Office. Panel discussions will be held at University Book and Supply in Cedar Falls and at UNI-Cue in Waterloo.
34 ROTC student to be commissioned at December 2008 ceremony
Public Relations News Release 2008:267, p.1
12/10/2008 Micah M. Rasmussen, a criminology major from Jefferson, a four-year ROTC scholarship student, will be commissioned a second lieutenant during a ceremony in Seerley Hall.
35 Yale professor will present talk at UNI on the science of elections.
Public Relations News Release 2008:166, p.1
10/22/2008 "The Science (and Pseudoscience) of Winning Elections" by Donald P. Green of Yale University, will be in Seerley Hall. He is the A. Whitney Griswold Professor of Political Science and director of the Institution of Social and Policy Studies.
36 Civil War lecture at UNI, Oct. 8
Public Relations News Release 2008:107, p.1
9/30/2008 "Elmer Ellsworth and James Jackson: The Politics of Martyrdom in the U. S. Civil War" will be the topic of a lecture by Sarah Purcell, associate professor of history at Grinnell College.
37 UNI professsor will speak on his research in Northern Ireland
Public Relations News Release 2008:90, p.1
9/22/2008 "Citizenship in Post-Conflict Northern Ireland" will be the topic of a lecture by Allen Hays, professor and director of the UNI Public Policy Program. Hays will speak on his research as a Fulbright Scholar at Queens University in Belfast.
38 Presentation of book on 9/11 and U. S. foreign policy will be held at UNI, Sept. 22
Public Relations News Release 2008:77, p.1
9/16/2008 Derek Chollet will present his new book, "America Between the Wars: From 11/9 to 9/11: The Misunderstood Years Between the Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Start of the War on Terror," in Seerley Hall.
39 UNI's next Becker history lecture will discuss Augustine and early Christian thought
Public Relations News Release 2008:75, p.1
9/15/2008 David Hunter's academic interests lie in the early history of Christianity and the history of Christian thought, and he has published several books and numerous articles on Greek and Latin writers of the early church.
40 UNI graduate students will present research as part of Graduate Student Appreciation Week
Public Relations News Release 2007:549, p.1
4/3/2008 Several graduate students will be presenting their research April 7; list of students, research, and advisors.
41 Baker Hall deals with mold
Fleming--Rachel M. (Student--2006)
Northern Iowan 104:33, p.1
2/8/2008 Advanced Environmental testing firm found thirty-six offices in Baker Hall that contained higher allergen levels than outside air. Their inspection followed discovery of mold in August of 2007; photo.
42 Iraq forum analyzes war
Calcara--Sally A. (Student--2007)
Northern Iowan 104:24, p.1
11/16/2007 Six UNI professors led a forum to discuss Iraq War issues. War opposed from six different perspectives; photo.
43 Saturday, April 1
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.3
3/27/2006 National Educator Expo will take place.
44 Art on campus funded by various programs
Schissel--Adam (Student--2005)
Northern Iowan 102:35, p.12
2/7/2006 Several different genres of artwork are spread around campus to inspire everyone; photo.
45 This week at UNI
Northern Iowan 102:35, p.7
2/7/2006 Calendar of upcoming events at UNI.
46 Lecture to address American rescue efforts during the Holocaust
Public Relations News Release 2005:0, p.1
8/23/2005 Severin Hochberg will talk about the Holocaust in Seerley Hall on August 13.
47 TIMBER! Tree outside Seerley Hall victim of Wednesday afternoon wind gusts
Kirkpatrick--Tashana Nicole (Class of 2005)
Northern Iowan 101:47, p.1
4/1/2005 The fallen tree near Seerley Hall; photo.
48 Series looks at popular culture via satellite
Northern Iowan 101:12, p.1
10/8/2004 First lecture in Satellite Seminar Series to focus on popular culture creating myth and distorting history.
49 Before leaving UNI: graduates' to-do list
Andresen--Kelli (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 100:49, p.5
4/9/2004 Gives her list of "must-do" things while a student at UNI.
50 Hall holds nearly one hundred years of history
Ellenwood--Jacquelyn D. (Class of 2004)
Northern Iowan 99:55, p.13
5/2/2003 History of Seerley Hall; photo.


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