An impressive list of sixty-nine nominations were received for the twelve award categories for the 2020 Student Impact Awards honoring students, advisors, and programs who made significant contributions to their student organization and campus. Winners are listed in bold at the top of each category.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/awards-place-a-spotlight-on-student-organization-achievements/
Time to pull out those jeans and wear them with a purpose on Wednesday, April 29. Denim Day is held annually to support survivors, and to spread awareness and education about sexual violence. Continue reading…
Face masks are useful, but not a cure all. Keep reading to learn why the CDC recommends them, when they should be worn and how to wear them in a way that keeps you safe and reduces risk. Continue reading…More details at: https://health.unl.edu
Lincoln’s Asian Community and Cultural Center needs assistance with food distribution on May 11, 2020. Volunteers will pick up 4 to 5 bags or boxes of food from the center’s parking lot and drop the packages at the doors of seniors’ residences in Lincoln.
Full-time students who have completed at least 75 hours by the end of spring semester and have a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA are eligible to apply for the 2020 Homecoming royalty. Applications will determine which candidates move on to the interview phase.
Warmer weather is arriving and you need to stretch your legs after isolating inside for so long. Before you jump on your bike that sat idle for the winter, show it some TLC to get it up to speed for a smooth ride.
After the virus pandemic shut down Audrey Kreun’s plans to run her first half-marathon this spring, she was determined to complete the race anyway — and found an opportunity through Campus Recreation’s virtual run challenge.
Spending long hours in online classes or studying for finals can easily tire you out. It's important to take care of yourself by stepping away from the screens for a while. Here are some simple ideas for what to do while you take a brain break.
After receiving positive responses to the first month of Lied Live Online concerts, the Lied Center for Performing Arts has added five shows for May. The shows will be at 7:30 p.m. each Friday of the month on the Lied Center Facebook page and at https://liedcenter.org.
There are a lot of ways to make yourself likely to succeed in your future career. Learning a new language is one skill that can help expand your global reach and open up new doors in any job field. Check out these resources to begin your language journey. Continue reading…
Grace Ellis didn’t really think about it. She was staying.
When the University of Nebraska–Lincoln announced a transition to remote learning, Ellis knew she could be of service as a resident assistant to students who needed to stay.
Students from the Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts will share their work from the spring semester StoryLab and Visual Expression Studio classes in a virtual Open Studios event on Mozilla Hubs inside a 3D virtual model of the Carson Center on Friday, May 1 from 5 to 7 p.m. CST. Continue reading…
Forty-one University of Nebraska–Lincoln students were recently inducted into Mortar Board and the Innocents Society based on their outstanding scholarship, leadership and service to the university and community.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/innocents-society-mortar-board-members-inducted-for-2020-21/
It can be all-too-familiar for college students to have a dysfunctional sleep schedule. During social distancing, you may find yourself staying up for long hours and sleeping in later and later. These guidelines can help you fix your sleep schedule issues.