Growing vaccination rates and limited on-campus spread of COVID-19 are allowing the university to return to a random mitigation testing strategy. The new protocol, which begins Nov. 14, will test weekly a random selection of those who are not participating in the voluntary vaccine registry.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/university-to-return-to-random-mitigation-testing-for-covid-19/
Nov 8–14 is a busy week at UNL. Here's a list of 12 events to check out, including three meals, first-gen activities, a Night of Listening, partner Yoga, and an Escape Room. Continue reading…
This week: Humanities in Medicine Student Advisory Board // ASUN // Spectrum // Sigma Lambda Gamma // Alpha Omicron Pi // The Navigators // Take Note // Lazzi: An Improv Troupe // Nebraska Chess // University Program Council // Korean Student Association Continue reading…
Join in the university’s 2021 International Education Week celebrations with more than 80 virtual and in-person events to celebrate global opportunities and international diversity from Nov. 1 to 24. Continue reading…More details at: https://go.unl.edu/iew2021
Increase your understanding of the science behind biology and immunology, along with how scientists use that information to develop vaccines and how these vaccines work in our bodies. Two sessions offered:
• Wednesday, Nov. 10 from 4:30-6 p.m. (City)
• Thursday, Nov. 11 from 3-4:30 p.m. (East)
The beginning of November signals the start of a busy five-week dash to the conclusion of fall semester. Take time to plot a strategy to successfully navigate your course work, projects, club and organization obligations, personal health and the changing seasons.More details at: https://studentaffairs.unl.edu/news/only-5-weeks-until-final-exams-here-are-6-tasks-accomplish
Back by popular demand, FREE KARAOKE returns to campus! Show off your singing ability to hundreds of Huskers on Nov. 12 in the Nebraska Union Ballroom or just attend to enjoy the beautiful musical styling of your friends and classmates. Keep reading for more details.More details at: https://go.unl.edu/fridays_in_fall
Huskers and RSOs can connect with service opportunities to help the Lincoln community. Join fellow Huskers this month to volunteer at local nonprofits through one or many of these opportunities. Continue reading…More details at: https://involved.unl.edu/
Hear from a student who struggled with her mental health toward the end of high school. Things started to go uphill once she opened up to her mom about it. She explains why mental health shouldn't be anything to be ashamed of.
Any college student has their go-to coffee drink for all-day studying sessions and late-night grind hours, but it's fun to branch out of your comfort zone. Find all of the best seasonal drinks at local and on-campus coffee shops to fulfill your caffeine needs.
[from the Daily Nebraskan] Reporter Rebecca Heckel interviewed the chair of UNL's Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences - as well as students - to find out what is in the forecast for the upcoming cold -weather season and how you can be prepared to handle it.More details at: http://www.dailynebraskan.com/n-coldweather/article_5441dcfc-3775-11ec-8adf-73591c9d571e.html
You walk a lot as a student. Wearing a properly fitted, comfortable shoe is essential to avoid chronic pain. On-campus physical therapist Kelsey Gaston provides expert advice on how to find the best shoe for everyday use.More details at: https://health.unl.edu/7-tips-choosing-perfect-shoes-your-feet%C2%A0%C2%A0