The UNI TESOL club will host a conversation corner to give all TESOL students an opportunity to talk to international students and help them with English related issues. The event is open to all TESOL students and international students.
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The UNI Ballroom and Swing Dance Club will host an evening of Swing dancing. No partner or experience needed; free admission.
The group will watch and discuss Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 masterpiece Vertigo.
The American Sign Language Club will host a member of the deaf community who has grown up in the area. She will speak about her life experiences.
Enjoy Chinese food, featuring Chinese hot pot, and games. The event is open to all; those attending may bring their own dish and/or drinks.
Learn about China's First Emperor. This event ispresented by the UNI Chinese Language and Culture Association.
Celebrate homecoming week with UNI Proud at the annual BBQ. Join us for burgers, hot dogs and marshmallows. Vegan options will be available.
Join us for the Student 2 Student program, hosted by the Exploring Living Learning Community. Participants will design outfits for mini dress forms out of unconventional items and learn about the major and opportunities within the program. Students who attend this program will have the opportunity to design their own print and pattern in the lab, and be entered in a contest to have their design printed.
Andy Stoll, a University of Iowa graduate, will present "How (and why) to Travel Around the World." Information about study abroad programs will be available following the lecture. Cookies and drinks will be provided. Stoll's visit is sponsored by Campus Activities Board and the Study Abroad Center.