Tuesday 27th September 2022
  • UNI Student Schools Ruffles Over Vegan Thanksgiving Jab

    UNI Student Blog Gains National Readership Through Academic Work IDS major Jessica Christensen branded herself as “The Visual Vegan” as part of a project in her Digital Advertising class. As part of the project, students

  • Starting a YouTube Channel (Part 2)

    Now that you’ve started a YouTube channel, let’s make some money off of it. The first step in understanding how to earn money on your YouTube is knowing the different ways in which content can

  • Starting a YouTube Channel (Part 1)

    There are (as of September 2017) 30 million visitors of YouTube per day. Being an IDS student there’s an interest in video-making, that could easily be taken to the YouTube. So let’s dive right into

Five Reasons to come to the IDS Social

The annual IDS Social will be held this Tuesday September 20th, at 7 pm in the ITTC lounge. Here are the top five reasons you should attend: 5. Meet and Talk with IDS Faculty If you’re interested in finding out more [...]

September 15, 2016 IDS General
Mike Pasley in Midair

Innovative Creative Director Mike Pasley Coming to UNI

Los Angeles based Creative Director Mike Pasley, a UNI alum, will be on campus next week for two wildly creative events that you won’t want to miss. Two Awesome Events Over Two Days Mike will first give a talk called “How to Wear [...]

September 14, 2016 Advertising, IDS General, Imaging, Music, Visualization

Visual Logic Internship – Now Accepting Applications for 2014-15

Waterloo-based User Experience (UX) agency Visual Logic has one of the best internship programs in the state for smart, energetic students interested in design and technology.  If you are looking for an internship where you’ll work on real projects for real [...]

April 15, 2014 IDS General


UNI School of Music faculty Jeffrey Funderburk and Sandy Nordahl, with special guest Peter Hamlin, will present an evening of electronic music improvisation at 7:30 pm on March 25th, 2014 on the stage of the Great Hall of the GBPAC. The performance, [...]

March 6, 2014 IDS General

Why Girls Should Code

BY SARAH SCHERRMAN Photograph: Alamy Take a quick second and stop. Look at the world around you. I dare you to find some sort of technology that doesn’t run with code. Keep thinking, it’s okay. While you are thinking let [...]

February 11, 2014 Computation


BY MADDIE BUCH As Stephanie Armour captured us in a cheeky article in USAToday about Generation Y (of which I am a member), we’re young, smart, brash. We may wear flip-flops to the office or listen to iPods at our desk. We want to [...]

February 11, 2014 Social

The Parallax Scrolling Fad: How Long Before it Fades?

BY LAUREN HANNA Parallax scrolling is a trend that has been sweeping the web community for the last few years. Parallax is defined as an effect that changes the position or direction of an object so that it appears differently [...]

February 11, 2014 Visualization

Delete Your Cookies

BY JULIA KLINEFELTER We’ve all been there; advertisements and special sales seem to follow us wherever we go. They’re so integrated into our culture it just seems like a dull background noise. Why should we care that advertisements and companies [...]

February 11, 2014 Advertising

A Believer in Social Media

BY ANDREA THOENE Social media is at the forefront of our lives right now. And social media can bring big changes to how we understand and impact our world.  Kony2012 was such a huge movement. When the video made by [...]

February 11, 2014 IDS General, Social

MOOCs: Should We Believe the Hype?

BY ALEC LANG Massive Open Online Courses, or MOOC’s for short, have the potential to turn the world of higher education upside down, and change it into something completely different.  MOOC’s are free online courses, and anyone with the proper [...]

February 11, 2014 Learning