The Halloween spirit continues this week with themed meals at the dining centers, a bone-chilling workout, and a night with the director of the Saw movies. After the holiday, browse an identity-affirming clothing pop-up and enjoy a morning coffee bike ride. Continue reading…
Each year, many individuals grapple with whether to receive the flu vaccine. The University Health Center addresses frequently asked questions about the flu shot. Continue reading…More details at: https://health.unl.edu/your-flu-shot-questions-answered
Start the weekend with a free visit to the UNL Student Observatory on Nov 3 with the LIFE IN LINCOLN series. On Saturday night, seek out The Village Clubhouse to find the "1989 (Taylor’s Version) Listening Party".
In this inaugural edition of Husker Mocktail Mixology, get excited to infuse the spirit of October into several Halloween and Dia de los Muertos-inspired non-alcoholic drinks.
We all have different stressors and different ways we cope with them. By listening to our body, we can determine if we are really hungry, or if we are feeling other emotions that are making us want to eat.
Among the highlights were "Showtime" in the Coliseum, the Traditions Race, a cornhole tournament, parade and the Cornstock Festival. The celebration culminated with a gridiron matchup between Nebraska Cornhuskers and the Purdue Boilermakers. Click through the photo story to see the moments.
In this issue: Lambda Theta Nu // UNL Film Club // Thompson Scholar Society // Zeta Phi Beta // Kappa Delta Chi // Residence Hall Association // Dance Marathon Continue reading…
As the fall semester starts to wind down, make dinner simple by ordering an easy meal kit. The $25 pre-packed kits make mealtime easier and serve up to four individuals. Check out the meal choices for November and December and place your order online. Continue reading…More details at: https://crec.unl.edu/meal-kit-mondays
Daylight Saving Time ends Nov 5, 2023.