Spring Break is only 5 weeks away. You can canoe in Texas; backpack in Utah; rock climb in the Ozark Mountains; or mountain bike in Arkansas - all organized by UNL Outdoor Adventures. Space is limited - so immediate action is required to secure a spot before the Feb 27 deadline.
Each February, we come together to celebrate Black History Month. Check out these events happening on campus this month that dive into the history of Black Americans in Nebraska, promote wellness, and celebrate African and African American culture.
The university will be hosting career and internship fair events starting February 8 and ending March 1. These events are great opportunities to connect with professionals in your career interest area. Read more for tips on how to make a good impression at the events.
You’re not alone if you notice that you’re persistently unhappy when the days are shorter. And there is a difference between feeling sad and having a reoccurring low mood. These 10 simple lifestyle changes from University Health Center can help you feel better.
In this issue: Sigma Psi Zeta Sorority // National Pan-Hellenic Council // Omega Delta Phi Fraternity // Mind & Craft // Christian Challenge // Insect Science Club // Delta Sigma Pi // Best Buddies // Forensic Science Club // Women's Basketball Club // Suites-Courtyards Complex Council
Local primary and general elections will occur in April and May. UNL students can register to be voters during one of 10 on-campus voter registration sites occurring in February and hosted by Husker Vote Coalition. Keep reading for the dates, times, and locations to get registered.
Over 1,100 people were served at the first event in January, a Lunar New Year celebration. The next one is Feb 7 and will offer more than 10 unique dishes themed around African & African-American Culture. Three additional nights will happen this spring. Read more about how to be part of it.
The upcoming second Friday night in February is full of FREE events for Huskers, including the semester's first Free Skate Night at Breslow Ice Center; an afternoon plushie event; an evening plushie event; a Foosball tourney; and even more. ARRIVE EARLY so you don't miss out.
New to the University of Nebraska–Lincoln this year, Academic Navigators are available in each college to help students stay on track and find the resources they need to feel successful, safe and healthy on campus, aid in school struggles, set career goals, and get involved.
High cholesterol, high blood pressure, diabetes, and obesity are all risk factors for heart disease. What you eat can affect the development of these conditions and increase your likelihood of a heart attack and stroke. Read these tips for heart-healthy eating from UNL dietitian Ellyn McCarter.
Huskers and RSOs can connect with service opportunities to help the Lincoln community. Join fellow Huskers this month to learn about Homelessness and volunteer at nonprofits connected to fixing this social problem.
To mark the anniversary, the Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Gender and Sexual Identities, in partnership with the Nebraska Alumni Association, is hosting a celebration from 4:30-6:30 p.m. Feb. 8 in the Wick Alumni Center, 1520 R Street.
Learning Community Peer Mentors are upper-division students who provide support for first-year students and work with faculty and staff to enhance the first-year experience of these students. Each mentor is paid and works 6-7 hours a week. Apply online before the Feb 22 deadline.
If you plan to study abroad or graduate after the fall semester, living on campus is a great choice for next year. Students can cancel their housing contracts with no fees if they graduate or leave to study abroad as part of an academic program. Explore your living options for next year.
The event will give fans a chance to meet the 2023 Huskers and get autographs. The first 1,000 fans will get a free hot dog and water. Activities include a whiffle ball home run derby, inflatables, balloon artists and face painters.