Homecoming at NEBRASKA is much more than an autumn football game and student royalty. There are activities each day for entertainment, giving back, and showing your Husker spirit. Here are great activities that every student should seek out.
Login to MyRed from 8 a.m. Sept. 29 to 8 p.m. Sept. 30 to access the ballot and cast your vote from the twenty senior student finalists. The winners will be crowned Oct. 2 at halftime of the Nebraska vs. Northwestern football game in Memorial Stadium. Here's the full list of this year's candidates.More details at: https://studentaffairs.unl.edu/news/20-huskers-named-2021-homecoming-royalty-finalists
The Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services will induct its newest members into the Hall of Fame at 5 p.m. Oct. 1. Six outstanding multicultural alumni of Nebraska who have made a significant impact on the students, the university, and community will be honored. Continue reading…More details at: https://events.unl.edu/OASIS/2021/10/01/157814/
Spirit week attire: Monday - wear scarlet; Tuesday - wear cream; Wednesday - wear game day attire; Thursday - Black shirts; Friday - Support your RSO, Greek org or RHA
Join the crowds of merriment starting at 5 p.m. with food trucks, a Ferris wheel, games for adults and children, and more at Memorial Stadium's East Plaza and stay for the student Jester Competition and Homecoming Parade. Later, head to the Free Skate Night at the Breslow Ice Center. Read more...More details at: https://go.unl.edu/fridays_in_fall
Celebrate the college's new DIGS Grand Opening on Oct. 1 in the Howard L. Hawks Hall Welcome Center. Program begins at 11:30 a.m. with ribbon cutting at 12 p.m. The Diversity and Inclusion Gathering Space is a hub for conversation, inclusive programs and gatherings.More details at: https://business.unl.edu/inclusion
Choices you make while in college can impact your future. Violating the law can result in rescinded graduate school and job offers, fines, court costs, red flags on a background check and more. Review the following laws to familiarize yourself with potential consequences.
[from the Daily Nebraskan] Starting in with a men's team in 1969 and adding a women's team by 1972, the student club is now rejoicing in a special milestone: 50 years on campus. This weekend, alumni gathered to celebrate the occasion.More details at: http://www.dailynebraskan.com/sports/nebraska-club-rowing-celebrates-50-year-anniversary/article_5d1a3094-1cbe-11ec-a248-1788808fe347.html
Are you personable, motivated and someone who loves living on-campus? Apply to be an RA! Applications for 2023-24 academic year are open through Oct. 3. Continue reading…More details at: https://housing.unl.edu/ra
International students will be able to raise their voices and share their experiences in a series of Community Chats hosted by the International Advisory Board (ISAB). The series is held Oct. 25 (6-7 p.m.). Continue reading…
From 11 a.m to 1 p.m Huskers can register to vote in the Nebraska Union, ahead of state and local elections in 2021 and 2022. You can complete the registration process on-site or receive info about how to sign up online at a later time.More details at: https://involved.unl.edu/huskers-vote-coalition
While you may be used to studying in the library or your room, the change of the season and the cooling temps make the the outdoors a wonderful place to study. This list of spots around campus will help you find your perfect location to open your laptop and books under the colorful foliage.More details at: https://studentaffairs.unl.edu/news/study-spots-discover-these-shady-outdoor-locales-under-trees-0
All students, faculty, and staff and returned Peace Corps volunteers are invited to attend the launch event for Nebraska’s new Peace Corps Prep program from 4 to 6 p.m. Sept. 28 at the Wick Alumni Center. Continue reading…
In this issue:
Food for Thought // International Student Advisory Board // Block & Bridle Club // Nebraska Baseball Club Continue reading…
The Nebraska Repertory Theatre opens its 2021-2022 season with William Shakespeare’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”