UNI education professor Suzanne Freedman

The value of forgiveness

2020 brought plenty to be angry about. There’s been a global pandemic, a national reckoning with racial injustice, an economic crisis and a presidential election - all of it debated each day on social media. But UNI education professor Suzanne Freedman, who has specialized in forgiveness research over nearly three decades and teaches a course on the subject, said now may be a good time to remember the benefits of forgiveness, empathy and understanding.  

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Attention December Grads

Graduation is fast approaching and the perfect way to celebrate is stopping by GradFest to pick up an Alumni glass, eat a paw cookie and enter to win a door prize. GradFest will be held at the Alumni House Monday, November 2 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and Wednesday, November 4 from 12-7 p.m..

Feeling homesick? You're not alone.

Did you know 70% of UNI students experience homesickness? Homesickness may impact your mental health and lead you to experience social, behavioral and academic difficulties. You aren't alone. Help and support are available at UNI. Visit the Student Wellness Services website to learn more.

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