Tuesday, September 29, 2020University Health Center shares tips on mask-wearing
While the practice may seem simple, wearing a mask for long stretches of time presents some situations — like eating or socializing outdoors — that are a little trickier to navigate. To help Huskers stay safe and healthy throughout the remainder of the semester, Dr. Heather Eberspacher, medical director of the University Health Center, sat down to answer some frequently-asked questions on face coverings.
Thursday, September 17, 2020Student leaders urged to participate in Sept. 24 town hall
To bring student leaders together in a collective conversation about COVID-19 planning and response, ASUN and Student Affairs are hosting a webinar with Q&A at 6:30 p.m. Thursday. Student leaders are encouraged to participate.
Wednesday, September 16, 2020Six simple ideas for safely quarantining...while living with other people
Quarantine = Stay in Place. While not as strict as isolation, quarantining for COVID-19 can still be tricky when your living arrangements involve roommates and family - especially in tight quarters and shared rooms. To keep everyone healthy, you can slow the spread of germs with six simple ideas.
Friday, September 4, 2020Five ways Huskers can get a coach on campus
You don't have to figure everything out by yourself at college. The university has resources devoted to helping students with their academic and personal well-being. Here are five things you can be coached on at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln — and four are completely free.
Wednesday, September 2, 2020Chancellor tells UNL's Greeks 'no negativity' associated with quarantining houses
"There is no negativity associated with a quarantine," Green said during the meeting, according to an audio recording shared with the Journal Star. "I would point to and say that is actually very positive leadership that if you're in that situation, that you're following the guidance."
Friday, August 21, 2020ASUN President: ‘If we ignore public health policy, we will not stay on campus’
Dear University of Nebraska-Lincoln Community,
I grew up in Nebraska dreaming of becoming a Husker. I have learned many things since first coming to campus. But most importantly, as I enter my senior year, I recognize the great privilege it is to be a Husker.