A celebration of the contemporary African-style music. There will be non-alcoholic beverages, music and a DJ. All are welcome.
CAB Film will show the movie "Happy Death Day" at 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m. Snacks will be provided during both showings.
See "The Odd Couple," starring Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, 50 years after the classic comedy first graced the silver screen. Admission is free and all are welcome.
Live Like a Student is a free, three-week financial literacy course (non-credit). Students learn the basics of budgeting, financial planning, financial aid, credit and identity protection during six 50-minute class sessions. Participants receive a free t-shirt and are entered into a $500 scholarship drawing. Registration is required.
The Spiritual Leaders Association invites all faculty and staff to a soup and sandwhich lunch in appreciation for all they do for our students.
Ariel Ennis will lecture about his book Teaching Religious Literacy: A Guide to Religious and Spiritual Diversity in Higher Education, about how it ties into the Multi-Faith training which will be occurring later that day. His lecture will touch on how Faith Zone has worked at New York University and how it can work at UNI.
A showing of the film "Of Many" will serve as a conversation starter and ties into the Ariel Ennis Multi-Faith training which will be taught on Wednesday, Feb. 14.
Overview of the film: "Set against the dramatic backdrop of violence in the Middle East and the tension between Jewish and Muslim students on college campuses, Of Many focuses on the surprising and transformative relationship between an orthodox rabbi and imam, who serve as university chaplains in New York City. Through a series of voyages to communities struck by catastrophe, we witness young religious Jews and Muslims working together and overcoming long-standing divides. Timely and humorous, this short documentary offers an inspiring and hopeful narrative in the face of a seemingly irreconcilable conflict."
Ariel Ennis will teach about Faith Zone Multi-Faith training. He is a renowned speaker and author of the book Teaching Religious Literacy: A Guide to Religious and Spiritual Diversity in Higher Education. This is a workshop to promote spiritual and religious literacy and dialogue, in the efforts to encourage multifaith collaboration. This event is open to people of all backgrounds. Refreshments will be served.