Sunday, March 28, 2021Outdoor Gear Sale: Kayaks, bikes, paddle boards, and tents to be sold at largest sale
Over 400 items are for sale 4:30 to 7:30 p.m. April 2 at the Outdoor Adventures Center. The sale is largest in many years and all gear is previously used by rec programs for adventure trips, academic classes, and rentals. Proceeds are reinvested to purchase new gear to benefit Nebraska students.
Friday, March 26, 2021Activities you shouldn't miss | March 29-April 3
We've gathered the best-of-the-best events for the week. Whether you're looking to develop your future career, have fun at social events with friends or listen to an engaging speaker, there's something going on around campus to suit your interests.
Studies show 60% of college students suffer from poor sleep quality, according to Steve Woita, assistant director for Fitness and Wellness. With this in mind, Campus Recreation created a free three-week Sleep Program that launched March 1, 2021.
Wednesday, March 17, 2021On-campus, outdoor activities to connect you with nature this spring
Now that the weather is warming up, you'll probably find yourself itching to get out of your room. Luckily, there are many convenient options for outdoor activities around campus. Whether you want to simply soak in the sun or work up a sweat, there's something you'll have a blast doing.
Friday, March 12, 2021Re-center your mind using these "brain break" ideas
Taking a break has many benefits. It allows you to be social and connect with others, clear your head from stress, re-center your mind on what really matters and leave you feeling refreshed and awake. Plus, the nice weather makes it even more enjoyable to leave your studying space for a bit.
Friday, March 12, 2021Dueker receives NIRSA Regional Award of Merit
Aaron Dueker, assistant director for sports programs with Campus Recreation, was recognized, among other things, for his dedication to inclusion. Specifically, he helped bring the Unified Special Olympics to the Nebraska campus and region.
Thursday, March 11, 2021UNL counselor discusses increase in eating disorder concerns during pandemic
Jenifer Manstedt, counselor at Counseling & Psychological Services and eating disorder coordinator, said she has noticed more University of Nebraska-Lincoln students reporting concerns with eating patterns and body image issues during the COVID-19 pandemic than prior to the pandemic.