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Travel safe by planning ahead with these tips
It’s normal to be tired after completing your last paper, exam or course which can make it easy to succumb to travel fatigue. Add in issues with winter weather and a plethora of other holiday travelers and you’ll be glad you took a few minutes to strategize.
Think before you drink this Thanksgiving
The evening before Thanksgiving is an exciting time to catch up with friends you haven’t seen in a while. You may plan to get together to swap stories from college, reminisce and share what’s new. However, it’s one of the most high-risk drinking nights of the year. Follow these tips to stay safe.
Bits and Bites: 10 tips for holiday wellness
The holiday season brings delicious food, time with family and love-to-hate movies. Here are ten tips and activities you can incorporate into your traditions to keep wellness and healthful eating in your festivities.
Campuswide Blood Drive is at Harper dining hall, Nov. 29 & 30
Due to an increase in natural disasters, blood donations are in great demand. All blood types are needed. Students at UNL can schedule their donation time online. Individuals who donated during the Homecoming Blood Drive should be eligible to donate again. Keep reading for the sign-up link. Continue reading…
ICYMI: Adjusted hours at campus locations for Thanksgiving Break
From Nov. 22-27, campus spaces will remain open with reduced hours and select closures during the Thanksgiving Break. Libraries, dining centers, the unions, the rec centers, health center and other spots are changing hours. Here's the list of what is open and what's not.
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Is it too good to be true? Lease warning signs
As students begin to think about their living options for 2023-2024, it’s important to know what to look out for. Student Legal Services offers free legal advice and representation to students at UNL and has seen it all. Here are five tips from their legal experts.
Gunville works to inspire, make a difference through veterinary medicine
This is part of a weekly student conversation series highlighted as part of Native American Heritage Month. This week, meet veterinary technology major Ranger Quill Gunville. Gunville is Minecoujou Lakota from the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe in Eagle Butte, South Dakota.More details at: https://news.unl.edu/newsrooms/today/article/gunville-works-to-inspire-make-a-difference-through-veterinary-medicine/
Second-Year Edge community helps Huskers focus on a career field
You can stay connected to campus while experiencing engaging programs that'll help give you direction in your career if you haven't yet declared a major. Build new relationships to enrich your learning experience. Second-Year Edge sign-up closes Dec 15. Continue reading…More details at: https://go.unl.edu/s-y-e
18-team Student Bowling League welcomes all Huskers
This perennially sold-out recreational league starts rolling Feb. 1 with a six-week season at the Husker Bowling Center in Nebraska East Union. Cost is $100 per 5-member team and covers bowling and t-shirts, plus food on select weeks. League is limited to 18 teams—and it will fill up. Sign up now.
Interlibrary Loan puts the world of libraries into your hands
When you make an Interlibrary Loan request, UNL Libraries staff send a request chain to librarians all over the country and the world asking for a copy of the articles you requested. Some requests might take longer than others, but the library staff will work hard to find you what you need. Continue reading…
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