Thursday, July 9, 2020Panel discussion to feature Black Student Union, BLM leaders
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of People of Color and TRIO Programs will host a public Zoom and livestream event on the Black Student Union from 6 to 8 p.m. July 15.
Monday, April 20, 2020Chancellor's diversity commissions seek new members
The Chancellor’s Diversity Commissions - for the Status of Women; the Status of People of Color; and the Status of Gender and Sexual Identities - are currently seeking new members whose terms will begin in the fall of 2020. Membership includes faculty, staff and students and represents the entire campus community.
Thursday, March 19, 2020Coffee Talks to be one of the few events to continue through COVID-19
On Monday, Gov. Pete Ricketts announced that all public events and gatherings in Nebraska will be limited to 10 people due to COVID-19, and all in-person University of Nebraska-Lincoln classes and most events have been canceled. But that won’t deter Coffee Talks.
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.
Tuesday, January 28, 2020National Pan-Hellenic Council looks to unify within, build image at UNL
Though the National Pan-Hellenic Council is smaller than other Greek councils on campus, president Satanna Schunk is helping the “divine nine” make a name for itself at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
Tuesday, January 28, 2020New leadership brings new light to UNL’s Multicultural Greek Council
Marroquin-Solis, a senior economics major, is the face of the Multicultural Greek Council. In his new role, he said he is responsible for implementing new ideas, setting deadlines, managing time during meetings, making sure all organizations are adhering to their constitution and relaying information between groups.
Friday, January 17, 2020Award nominations sought for outstanding contributions to women
The Chancellor’s Commission on the Status of Women is accepting award nominations for outstanding faculty, staff and students who have worked to create a climate that encourages women to succeed at Nebraska.
Monday, January 6, 20207 New Year’s resolutions to help you feel happier
While focusing on your fitness can be an important resolution that supports your emotional, physical and spiritual well-being, it is also important to explore other dimensions of well-being as you seek a balanced life. Consider adopting one of these resolutions that may help you feel happier with your life.