as part of My Black is Beautiful Week, Black Student Union invites you to a chill spooky Halloween night. Enjoy free candy and popcorn.
Center for Multicultural Education
Join Black Student Union wearing ALL black all day long for Blackout Friday and greet UNI African American staff and faculty and BSU Allies for lunch followed by a group photo.
Black Student Union will host their first bonding event of the year. Strap up your bowling shoes and have a great night of bowling. If students are members of the general student body of BSU they must have dues of $10 paid by Thursday, Oct. 26 to attend. The cost for non-members is $11. There is a limit of five people per lane.
Black Student Union will have Wild N Out Wednesday Minute to win it game night. Participants will join together for teams and compete in a variety of minute it to win it games to see who can tallie up the most scores and win.
Black Student Union will have a Halloween movie night for My Black Is Beautiful Week. They will show the film "The Conjuring" from 5 to 7 p.m. and 8 to 11 p.m. Free popcorn and beverages with be provided.
Black Student Union will celebrate My Black is Beautfiul week starting with Melanin Monday. Keyah Levy, assistant director of the CME, will speak about African American women in society and more.
Join us for a night of fun and games as you make new friends and connections. Complimentary food and beverages will be served.
The Center for Multicultural Education will serve complimentary ice cream sundaes and provide a chance to relax, unwind and reflect upon the first week of class.
The Center for Multicultural Education will host a Welcome Back BBQ to welcome students to campus. A complimentary summer bbq dinner will be catered, along with a DJ and games. All students are invited.
The McNair Scholars Summer Research Symposium features Students from several disciplines who will present their undergraduate research conducted under the guidance of a faculty mentor. The Symposium is free and open to the public. For more information, visit the McNair Scholars Program website.