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The La Calle story

The La Calle story

SYDNEY HAUER, Staff Writer

Redgie Blanco succeeded in bringing change to College Hill with the addition of La Calle Latin American Cuisine in April of 2014. Patrons of his restaurant were saddened when he made the decision to close it last November, but...

October 16, 2017No Comments

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Clothesline Project brings awareness

Clothesline Project brings awareness

October 16, 2017

A ‘sucker’ for the faculty show

A ‘sucker’ for the faculty show

October 12, 2017

UNI Museum’s mastodon tusk to be restored

UNI Museum’s mastodon tusk to be restored

October 12, 2017

Heart of Darkness: behind the scenes

Heart of Darkness: behind the scenes

October 12, 2017

Gunshot heard on campus

October 12, 2017

Panthers lose to Leathernecks

Panthers lose to Leathernecks

October 9, 2017

Soccer team improves to 11-3-1

Soccer team improves to 11-3-1

JERRIUS CAMPBELL, Sports Writer

The Drake Bulldogs handed the Panthers their third loss of the season on Wednesday, Oct. 11. The women’s team could not stop the Bulldogs, allowing two goals in the first period of their contest at Cownie Stadium in Des Moine...

October 19, 2017No Comments

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Former UNI football player shot and killed

Former UNI football player shot and killed

October 19, 2017

Gordon Hayward out for the season

Gordon Hayward out for the season

October 19, 2017

Panthers beat the Jackrabbits

Panthers beat the Jackrabbits

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Netflix finds continued success in originals

Netflix finds continued success in originals

SAM KING, Opinion Columnist

Like most college students, I am an avid watcher of Netflix. I turn it on primarily for movies and the occasional TV series. However, the recent phenomenon of the Netflix original series only interested me to a slight degre...

October 19, 2017No Comments

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How students can get enough sleep

How students can get enough sleep

October 19, 2017

New iPhone? more like WhyPhone

New iPhone? more like WhyPhone

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LTE: micowave shortage

LTE: micowave shortage

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TheatreUNI beams “The Aliens”
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TheatreUNI beams “The Aliens”

SYDNEY HAUER, Staff Writer
October 19, 2017

TheatreUNI will be performing “The Aliens” by contemporary playwright Annie Baker on Thursday, Oct. 19 through Oct. 22, and again from Thursday, Oct. 26 through Oct. 29 in the Bertha Martin Theatre located in the Strayer-Wood Theatre building. The play, which takes place entirely in an alleyway behind a coffee shop in small town Vermont, follows two young men and a high school student who devel...

NF’s “Perception” slays industry
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NF’s “Perception” slays industry

LEZIGA BARIKOR, Campus Life Editor
October 19, 2017

Early Friday morning, Oct. 6, Christian rap artist Nathan “NF” Feurstein dropped his new highly anticipated album “Perception,” and it quickly claimed the top spot on the U.S. iTunes store over recently departed Tom Petty & The Heartbreakers’ “Greatest Hits” collection. The album has now become NF’s first No. 1 album on the Billboard 200 chart. “Perception’s” track listing follows that of N...

October horror film series
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October horror film series

CLINTON OLSASKY, Executive Editor
October 19, 2017

Throughout the rest of October, UNI students will have the opportunity to witness the evolution of the horror genre in film, thanks to a horror film series sponsored by the UNI Communication Studies Department. The series spans three weeks and will feature a different classic horror icon every week. For example, the series’ first screening, which was held this past Wednesday, Oct. 18, featured ...

The Woman Who Was Forgotten
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The Woman Who Was Forgotten

ANNA FLANDERS, Staff Writer
October 16, 2017

At 7 p.m. tonight, Cedar Falls will have a chance to travel into the 1920’s, courtesy of the UNI Languages and Literatures department. Graduate students from associate professor Jim O’Loughlin’s Connecting Three Cultures seminar will be performing a reading of “The Woman Who Was Forgotten” by Bess Streeter Aldrich as if it were a live 1920’s radio show. The performance will be held at th...

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