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A ‘sucker’ for the faculty show

A ‘sucker’ for the faculty show

AMELIA DUAX, Staff Writer

UNI’s Art Department faculty had the chance to show off their skills on Monday night at the Kamerick Art Building during the biennial Art Faculty Exhibition. The exhibit featured art of all different kinds of media, suc...

October 12, 2017No Comments

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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

Homecoming Parade

Homecoming Parade

October 9, 2017

Tinker talks first amendment

Tinker talks first amendment

October 9, 2017

UNI volleyball improves record to 17-5

UNI volleyball improves record to 17-5

EMMETT LYNCH, Sports Writer

The UNI Panther volleyball team had quite an eventful weekend that led to improving their record to 17-5. The Panthers went undefeated and knocked off Indiana State on their court in a sweep win of 3-0. Bri Weber led t...

October 16, 2017No Comments

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NBA preview: big trades in the off-season

NBA preview: big trades in the off-season

October 16, 2017

New tennis courts open near Nielsen Fieldhouse

New tennis courts open near Nielsen Fieldhouse

October 12, 2017

U.S. men’s soccer team fails to qualify for World Cup

U.S. men’s soccer team fails to qualify for World Cup

October 12, 2017

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Movie mogul commits sexual assault

Movie mogul commits sexual assault

CRISTIAN ORTIZ, Opinion Columnist

Hollywood and the entertainment industry has recently sprung into an uproar due to the recent reveal that Harvey Weinstein, for a number of years, has used his power to sexually assault multiple women. If you don’t know w...

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Disney set to launch own streaming service

Disney set to launch own streaming service

October 12, 2017

LTE: bipartisanship, a measure of successful representation

LTE: bipartisanship, a measure of successful representation

October 11, 2017

Despite labels, we’re all Americans

Despite labels, we’re all Americans

October 9, 2017

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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...

Sci-fi sequel is superb successor
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Sci-fi sequel is superb successor

CLINTON OLSASKY, Executive Editor
October 16, 2017

More than three decades ago, director Ridley Scott (“Alien,” “The Martian”) revolutionized the science fiction genre with his 1982 opus “Blade Runner.” Misunderstood upon its initial release, the film is now widely regarded as a masterpiece for its futuristic set design and cinematography, as well as for its thematic complexity. The original film, which took place in a dystopian Los A...

UNI alum captures the “Blood Road”
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UNI alum captures the “Blood Road”

ALLISON MAZZARELLA, Staff Writer
October 12, 2017

One thousand two hundred miles of blood, sweat and tears.  Professional athlete Rebecca Rusch experienced all of this throughout her journey along the Ho Chi Minh trail, as portrayed in the documentary film, “Blood Road,” by Red Bull Media House.  The film, which was screened in Sabin Hall on Monday, Oct. 9, was directed by UNI alumnus Nick Schrunk. Schrunk, currently the creative director at Red Bu...

Legendary comedian graces GBPAC
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Legendary comedian graces GBPAC

SHELBY WELSCH, Theater and Event Critic
October 9, 2017

Comedy is all about balance. It’s difficult to find the perfect joke or skit that will strike a variety of age groups, is conscious of political and religious differences and also keeps up with the times. I’m a pretty difficult person to offend, yet I find a lot of stand-up comedy to be over-sexualized or simply distastefully un-funny. So, when I stepped into the Gallagher Bluedorn Performing Ar...

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