Campus NightLife will be hosting the End of the Year Bash on April 27th from 7-11pm on the Nebraska Union Plaza and Green Space. Attractions include live musical performances sponsored by RHA, carnival rides, prizes, and much more! All members of the UNL community are welcome to attend.More details at: http://go.unl.edu/ufj8
Forty years after Roe v. Wade, MOM BABY GOD explores how girls develop a sense of self and sexuality amidst the ongoing political backlash against feminism and reproductive rights. MOM BABY GOD brings live theatre and political activism together in a powerful new way. Continue reading…More details at: http://www.mombabygod.com/
OASIS, UNITE and Residence Hall Association present a live art show with Bunky Echo-Hawk, a multi-talented artist, advocate, and non-profit professional.
Part of the OASIS Native American Heritage Celebration Series. Continue reading…
UNL Maker Club presents "Introduction to Observation Drawing" and "Soft Robotics: How to Make Squishy Machines"
The UNL Maker Club is offering two new classes for both members and non-members. An observation drawing class, taught by Byron Anway, will provide an introduction to basic drawing techniques. The soft robotics class, taught by Dr. Stephen A. Morin, will cover the basics of air-actuated soft robotics Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/0tdi
Campus NightLife is hosting a Drive-In Movie Showing of "Now You See Me" on April 17th at 8pm in the 14th and Avery Parking Lot. Bring your NCard to receive hotdogs and Pepsi products from our CNL Team!More details at: http://go.unl.edu/rfht
“Policy for the Plains: A Discussion about Sustainability with Nebraska Government Officials” is hosted by UNL’s Environmental Leadership Program, a student-run government group that promotes sustainability on campus. Continue reading…More details at: http://earthstockunl.weebly.com
Join the Women's Center on April 18th at 8:00 PM in the Unity Room of the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center for FREE tribal style belly dance lesson and performance by Troupe Sicorae from 9 Muses Studio, a Lincoln co-op of artists and performers who empower themselves through creative movement Continue reading…
Free outdoor concert on Fri. April 25th at 5:30pm on the Selleck green space. Featuring poetry, music and multi-cultural greek stepping.More details at: http://www.facebook.com/AfrikanPeoplesUnion
The LisaMom Foundation is a non-profit organization that helps set up volunteer services for families burdened with cancer. We are hosting an event on April 16th at noon on the UNL Greenspace called Digital Direction where many students will gather and do different actions as a collective group to.. Continue reading…More details at: http://LisaMomFoundation.org
The vampire has evolved over the past centuries in countless directions, moving in popular culture from an evil being to a more humanized character. After all the years, people around the world are still fascinated by vampires and the ideas behind vampirism. Although there is no scientific evidence Continue reading…More details at: http://go.unl.edu/z47q
Stephen Behrendt, George Holmes Professor of English, will present “So What Good Are the Humanities, Anyway?” April 16 at 2:30 p.m. in the Nebraska Union auditorium, 14th and R streets. The lecture is free and open to the public. Undergraduate Students will present a Poster Session from 3:30-5:00pm. Continue reading…
From 5 to 6 p.m. April 14 in the Rec Center, marathoner and UNL employee Christopher Dulak will offer running tips and answer questions about tapering and final race preparations, especially for the upcoming Lincoln Marathon and Half Marathon. Free and open to UNL students and Campus Rec members. Continue reading…
Using Game theory, the mathematical study of strategic decision making, we will examine some of Walter White's decisions. Could he have made choices that resulted in better lives for those around him?
Prof. Kristopher Williams, Doane College will present on April 16, at 7:00 pm, in Love Library, M Continue reading…