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Aggravated assault reported

JACOB MADDEN, News Editor

December 16, 2017No Comments

At 1:05 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 16, the UNI Office of Public Safety issued a campus-wide email reporting that an aggravated assault occurred on Friday, Dec. 15, at 11:10 p.m. at the Hillside Apartments. According to the email,...

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UNI plans to buy Book & Supply

UNI plans to buy Book & Supply

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Past semester sees changes come to College Hill

Past semester sees changes come to College Hill

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Insurance increases for UNI, staff

Insurance increases for UNI, staff

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Sexual assault reported

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Vertigo showcases performance art

Vertigo showcases performance art

December 4, 2017

House GOP tax hike on graduate students raises concerns

House GOP tax hike on graduate students raises concerns

December 4, 2017

Women’s basketball: balling over break

JOEL WAUTERS, Sports Writer

January 11, 2018No Comments

While most UNI students spent their winter break with family and friends trying to avoid the frigid cold weather, the UNI women’s basketball team took to the hardwood for six games over the three-week break from classes....

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2017 NFL Playoffs: Wild Card results

2017 NFL Playoffs: Wild Card results

January 11, 2018

3-2 record after fourth place finish in Kansas

3-2 record after fourth place finish in Kansas

December 7, 2017

IOC bans Russia from 2018 Winter Games

IOC bans Russia from 2018 Winter Games

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LTE: Think before you tweet

Letter to the Editor

January 11, 2018No Comments

STOMP out Bullying. I Am a Witness. Stop Bullying Now. Our culture loves to preach the ideas of anti-bullying. We want to defend our children, and some are even willing to give $50,000 for a child who was bullied and po...

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Editorial: higher ed needs higher funding

Editorial: higher ed needs higher funding

January 11, 2018

Art director says farewell to NI

Art director says farewell to NI

December 7, 2017

Columnist says Christmas music can wait its turn

Columnist says Christmas music can wait its turn

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NI film critic’s top movies of 2017
Campus Life

CLINTON OLSASKY, Executive Editor
January 11, 2018

2017 was a truly raucous year. The American people’s mettle was tested by unpredictable and impulsive leadership, continued clashes tied to the racial divide and a wave of sexual misconduct allegations that poured endlessly out of Hollywood. And yet, through it all, we went to the movies. Given the kind of year we all endured, it’s no wonder that we decided to engage in what may be the purest fo...

Professor turns monuments to art
Campus Life

AMELIA DUAX, Staff Writer
January 11, 2018

Monumental art by a visiting professor is currently being exhibited in UNI’s Gallery of Art. The “Anastylosis Project” received its name from the process of restoring a monument by deconstructing it and rebuilding it using the original materials and methods. Artist Mary Griep’s exhibit was created using anastylosis and is on display from Jan. 8 through Feb. 27. The exhibit represents years of work...

Community service on Martin Luther King Jr. Day
Campus Life

NICOLE BAXTER, Staff Writer
January 11, 2018

As many schools and businesses will be closing in honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, the Student and Leadership Council (SLC) encourages students to “make the day off, a day on.” From 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Monday, an expected 500 volunteers are scheduled to package food and participate in service activities in the Maucker Union Ballroom. Hillary Davis, the Days of Service executive for SLC, sai...

Heartfelt dark comedy a success
Campus Life

CLINTON OLSASKY, Executive Editor
December 7, 2017

With themes of retribution and redemption coursing through its deceptively simple story, “Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri” offers a wholly satisfying depiction of loss and the often unexplored aftershocks that follow. The film follows Mildred Hayes, played by Frances McDormand, a mother who purchases three billboards outside the titular town that are emblazoned with messages questioning t...

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