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The student news site of the University of Northern Iowa

Northern Iowan

The student news site of the University of Northern Iowa

Northern Iowan

Students involved with the ESPN team are trained on manning camera for broadcasts televised on ESPN, video board footage and instant replays.

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MALLORY SCHMITZ, News Editor Sep 25, 2022

UNI connects and trains students with ESPN live sports broadcasting  Whether seeing dazzling graphics on their own television during a UNI game on ESPN or watching clips of spirited fans displayed...

Cedar Falls Ghost Tours ring in spooky season

Cedar Falls Ghost Tours ring in spooky season

TALIYA JAMES, Staff Writer Sep 25, 2022

As the fall season approaches, horror lovers have a chance to learn more about the haunted history of Cedar Falls. Lauren Riensche offers historical ghost tours around the Main Street area throughout the...

The Northern Iowan is excited to welcome Tanner Raine to the editing team as multimedia editor.

Editorial: New Multimedia Editor

NIXSON BENITEZ, Executive Editor Sep 25, 2022

On Tuesday, Sept. 13 the Northern Iowan established a new path and a new page in history after hiring a new Multimedia Editor. After a three month competitive process the Northern Iowan is pleased to welcome...

Mark Nook met with the president of Indian Hills Community College, Matt Thompson. Their meeting was the start of a much closer partnership through the UNI at Iowa Community Colleges program.

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TALIYA JAMES, Staff Writer Sep 21, 2022

Mark Nook strengthens partnership with visit to IHCC On Tuesday, Sept. 13, Mark Nook solidified the partnership between Indian Hills Community College (IHCC) and UNI. This will give students the opportunity...

The Board of Regents approved the replacement of the fabric portion of the roof of the UNI-Dome, with construction planned to take place in Spring 2023.

Board of Regents meets in Cedar Falls

NIXSON BENITEZ, Executive Editor Sep 21, 2022

Projects and budgeting for the future of UNI Last week, the Iowa Board of Regents met and approved the Fiscal Year 2024 appropriations request for about a total of $630 million. About $530 million are...

The UNI Outdoors Adventure Trips Program was cut in May 2022. The program allowed students, faculty, and community members to experience outdoor recreation in Americas backcountry, such as the Mines of Spain in Dubuque where the group above took a ski trip in 2021.

Adventure Trips meet abrupt end

CAROLINE CHRISTENSEN, Staff Writer Sep 19, 2022

Cancellation of Adventure Trips Program sparks outcry from students, alumni  From the depths of the Grand Canyon to raging rivers in Arkansas, the UNI Outdoors Adventure Trips Program offered students,...

Reproductive rights remain one of the most polarizing issues in the United States and on campus. The use of signs has become a popular form of demonstration.

History and political science departments to present “A History of Reproductive Rights”

MALLORY SCHMITZ, News Editor Sep 19, 2022

UNI’s Departments of History and Political Science will be setting out on Tuesday, Sept. 20 to educate the community on one of the most polarizing issues in the United States right now.   In the Lang...

Green Dot uses the imagery of covering red dots of instances of sexual violence with green dots of prevention strategies. The green dot in the image reads, I stepped in when someone was continually cat-calling my friend who was not interested.

Green Dot Week calls Panthers to step up

TALIYA JAMES, Staff Writer Sep 14, 2022

Bystander prevention program aims to reduce gender violence “No one has to do everything, but everyone has to do something,” is the motto for the Green Dot program, launching an initiative the week...

While plastic bags have been eliminated from on-campus retail stores, paper bags remain an option for those who dont carry reusable bags.

Student-led project eliminates plastic waste

TALIYA JAMES, Staff Writer Sep 14, 2022

On-campus businesses now plastic bag free thanks to Student Sustainability Committee An idea that was once circulated pre-pandemic has now become a reality: UNI on-campus businesses will no longer be...

MercyOne Cedar Falls OB/GYN on Bluebell Road offers birth control counseling along with pregnancy services available throughout the entire pregnancy.

New women’s health clinic opens in Cedar Falls

CAROLINE CHRISTENSEN, Staff Writer Sep 7, 2022

CORRECTION The Northern Iowan would like to clarify information from the article “New women’s health clinic opens in Cedar Falls” published Sept. 7.  Birth control prescriptions from the...

Campus to welcome Jon Meacham

NKASA BOLUMBU, Staff Writer Sep 7, 2022

The Joy Cole Corning Distinguished Leadership Lecture Series presents Jon Meacham, Pulitzer Prize-winning presidential historian. He will be lecturing about, “Finding Hope Through the Lessons of Yesterday”...

Current UNI student Damien Lindsey (left) and UNI alum Evan Suchomel (right) opened their shop Square One Vintage in downtown Cedar Falls on June 25.

Square One Vintage: a local hotspot for vintage apparel

Emma Koehler Sep 7, 2022

A true dream for those seeking original vintage apparel in the Cedar Valley is found within the shop space of Square One Vintage. Step inside, and customers find styles of UNI collegiate wear, Y2K vibes...

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