Tuesday, February 4, 2020Campus Recreation brings fitness rooms into residence halls
When Campus Housing approached Campus Recreation with spaces that were no longer being utilized in two of their housing complexes, the process of creating fitness rooms in residence halls at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln began. [from Campus Rec Magazine]
Friday, January 31, 20208 spring break experiences with UNL groups
Spring Break is an excellent chance to recharge your energy and spirit before you power through the semester’s second half. If you’re undecided about your plans, check out these UNL-sponsored options for opportunities to give back to local communities, to experience the beautiful wonders of nature or to explore museums, sights, and entertainment in our local backyard.
Monday, December 16, 20197 ways to stay fit during Winter Break
It’s easy to stay active and on your feet during the semester—your days are scheduled, intramural sports are happening, and Campus Recreation offers fitness classes and endless opportunities for exercise. However, over the long holiday breaks it can be all too easy...
Friday, December 13, 2019Chancellor pours free coffee for finals week grind
Chancellor Ronnie Green is providing free drip coffee to students during finals week, Dec. 16-20. It will be available at Adele Hall Learning Commons, Nebraska Unions and East Campus Rec and Wellness Center.
Thursday, December 12, 2019Study breaks can benefit you during exam week
Cramming for final exams has been a rite of passage for generations of college students. Even with the best-laid plans or intentions, the last-minute cram is not uncommon. That doesn’t mean you should keep your nose in the books all day and night.
Friday, November 8, 2019Bike Care: 5 steps to winterize your bicycle for storage
Many cyclists and bike-commuters enjoy riding all year, regardless of the season. Yet if you plan to put away your bike for the colder seasons, follow these steps and use your on-campus services to keep your ride in great condition.
Monday, September 23, 2019Campus Recreation Center class cooks up zero waste meal
The sound of knives against cutting boards could be heard amidst the chatter while aromatic mint and lemon drifted through the air. At first glance, this seemed like a normal cooking class. But one thing was missing: food in the trash can.
Friday, September 20, 201986 individuals. 1,340 combined hours of service.
A round of applause to our Student Affairs team members honored at the Celebration of Service for their service and fortitude to the university. Each day our staff impact the lives of students, helping them to be their best.