Show us what you're up to each evening and you can win a $10 gift card. It’s as easy as 1,2,3 — 1) Share your photo or video on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter. 2) Use #NormalHuskerNight. 3) You’ll be entered into a drawing to win a $10 gift card! This week’s gift card is to Raising Cane’s.More details at: http://go.unl.edu/normalhuskernight
Come get free food and meet new people at Cultural Ambassador's picnic! This event is open to the public! Bring your friends (dogs included). Vegetarian options will be provided. See you on April 2nd from 5 to 8 pm at Peter Pan Park, near East Campus!
Students looking for an alternative to traditional academic credit can enroll in one of more than 40 courses offered by Campus Recreation to receive 1-2 credit hours per class. To enroll in academic credit classes, students must be current UNL students and register via MyRed. Continue reading…More details at: http://crec.unl.edu/recclasses/academic
Andrew Smiler, leading expert on masculinity will speak on April 5th at 7:30 p.m. in the Nebraska Union Auditorium. The event, sponsored by the University Program Council, Women’s Center and Men@Nebraska will be FREE for UNL students with a valid NCard and $5 for the public. Continue reading…
As part of CASNR week, Love Memorial Hall on East Campus will be hosting a chili feed on Friday April 7th from 6-8pm. A freewill donation will be accepted for the chili and there will be cinnamon rolls for sale. All proceeds will be combined with Bull Fry funds to benefit a local philanthropy.
Campus Recreation employs 650+ students each year. At this one-day job fair, students can discuss positions with representatives from different program area and submit applications. The fair will be held 4-7 p.m. Apr. 12 at the Campus Recreation Center. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/jobfair
Husker Dialogues, a program encouraging first-year students to engage in meaningful conversations about diversity, will take place on September 6, 2017. Get involved by participating as a Conversation Guide. A 90-minute training session is required. Trainings will be held Apr. 3 & 4. Sign up now!More details at: http://stuafs.unl.edu/husker-dialogues/registration
The term “grit” has become widely popular. On Thursday, April 6, Dr. Deena Curtis and Mitchell Strong, Jr. will discuss perseverance and how life challenges do not have to become permanent roadblocks to success. In fact, they can develop into positive opportunities.More details at: https://events.unl.edu/studentaffairs/2017/04/06/119506/
Love Library opens two new exhibits in April. The first is a collection of quilts made by University employees. The second exhibit features the work of two University students -- Krista Haputmeier (Mixed Media) and Leah Urbank (Print media). Their work is part of Stacy Asher’s Design studio course Continue reading…
Camping and cookouts doesn't have to mean hotdogs. Campus Rec is offering a class to help participants cook up enticing meals for their next camping trip or backyard cookout. The class is held 5-6 p.m., Tues., Apr. 11. at the Outdoor Adventures Center. Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/kitchen
You're invited to this year's Beta Week! We will be having daily events celebrating our Founding Week!
Come join the UNL Archery Club for the Spring 3-D Shoot on April 9! Registration will be open from 8:30 am to 1:00 pm at The Nebraska Outdoor Education Center at 4703 N. 44th St.
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The UNL Spring Blood Drive is April 10-13. The drive is on the Nebraska Union Plaza on City Campus in the mobile buses.
April 10: 12:30p.m.-6p.m.
April 11-13: 10a.m.-6p.m. Continue reading…
Join UNL poet, Kwame Dawes, and a diverse gathering of UNL poetry friends, Hope Wabuke, Zach Mueller, Angel Garcia, Adrienne Christian, and Dr. Jamie Brunton for a lunch time reading celebrating National Poetry Month. Continue reading… Add to my calendar (.ics)More details at: http://events.unl.edu/2017/04/05/118725/
Professor Maureen Honey will read poems from the three female activist-writers profiled in her book, Aphrodite’s Daughters: Three Modernist Poets of the Harlem Renaissance.
This program is brought to you by the Libraries Diversity Committee with the support of the Department of English. Continue reading… Add to my calendar (.ics)