Today@UNL | Art project honors UNL's first African American athlete

This is one of the 24 painted square pieces that combine to form The Flippin Project, a student-designed mural honoring NU's first African-American athlete. Crystal Sanders, an August 2011 graduate from Placentia, Calif., painted this segment.
This is one of the 24 painted square pieces that combine to form The Flippin Project, a student-designed mural honoring NU's first African-American athlete. Crystal Sanders, an August 2011 graduate from Placentia, Calif., painted this segment.

'Flippin Project' unveiling is Sept. 16

On Sept. 16, UNL will honor the legacy of George Flippin, the university's first African-American athlete, with an unveiling of a new art project bearing his likeness. The free, public event begins at 7:30 p.m. in the Gaughan Multicultural Center. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/mjy

IANR prepares for Husker Harvest Days

“Inspiring Young Nebraskans” is the theme for the Institute of Agriculture and Natural Resources’ exhibits at this year’s Husker Harvest Days show near Grand Island. The show is Sept. 13-15. IANR has participated in Husker Harvest Days since the first show in 1978. Continue reading…

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Meter payment by cell phone halted

Due to a business decision by the vendor, the ability to pay for metered parking via cell phone on City and East campuses is temporarily out of service. The European-based vendor RingGo announced Sept. 9 that it would no longer offer service in the United States. UNL is pursuing another vendor. Continue reading…

More details at: http://go.unl.edu/o7e
Originally published September 12, 2011 - Submit an Item