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New year brings some changes to W-2s
This information about changes to the W-2 forms was e-mailed Jan. 20 to all faculty and staff.

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Glenn Bear, center, and Charlie Griesen, right, of Utility Services help measure the valve of a steam pipe that runs...
Glenn Bear, center, and Charlie Griesen, right, of Utility Services help measure the valve of a steam pipe that runs under the campus for an insulation jacket. Facilities Management and Planning will add insulation to the pipes to reduce loss of steam and heat, which wastes energy and can be a safety hazard. The insulation is expected to save the university $135,000 a year in energy costs. At bottom is the contractor’s field engineer, Eugene Zlatov. Photo courtesy of Facilities Management and Planning.

Work underground helps save energy
Standing over one of the steam tunnel vents found on the grounds of the UNL campus may give you a warm, cozy feeling this time of year. But UNL Facilities Management and Planning is busy reducing this heat waste from steam pipes under campus.

How to create ‘a just university’

Music Man marches to the Lied Center
The Music Man, the story of Harold Hill and the town of River City, Iowa, will be at the Lied Center Feb. 6 and 7.

Other Arts News
Artist to lecture on design technique
Ana Lisa Hedstrom has been an innovator in surface design for more than 25 years working with contemporary applications of the Japanese technique called arashi shibori, a resist dyeing process. She will give a lecture entitled “Rewrapping Shibori” at 2 p.m. Feb. 8 in room 11 of the Home Economics Building.

Professors display textile work at show
Art Textiles - Two Perspectives: Judith James - Michael James marks the first time that the couple, both artists and both in the Department of Textiles, Clothing and Design at UNL, has exhibited together. The work is on display through Feb. 26 at University Place Arts Center, 2601 N. 48th St.

Baltimore Consort to perform
The Baltimore Consort will perform at 8 p.m. Feb. 13 at the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery Auditorium as a Lincoln Friends of Chamber Music event. The concert, titled “Cupid’s Cabinet,” will feature English, Scottish, Appalachian and French music. The five instrumentalists and one vocalist are experts in Renaissance and Baroque music and have many individual recordings to their credit in addition to releases by the full Consort.

Artist to demonstrate dye technique
Jay Rich, indigo dyer and fiber artist, will demonstrate indigo dyeing at 1 p.m. Jan. 31 in the Lentz Center for Asian Culture, in the lower level of the Hewit Place building at 1155 Q St.

Show addresses gender violence
“Nebraska Connects: Are You Man Enough?” is a live, hourlong call-in show airing at 7 p.m. today on the Nebraska ETV Network. The program will explore the attitudes and influences that contribute to abusive behavior and violence in the relationships between young people and what can be done to change them.

For the Record

Honored for fulfilling the dream
UNL earns grant for service learning
Ag honorary society honors 4 NU professors, inducts 19 members
NETV documentary premieres at festival
Embryology site is ‘Great for Kids’
Obituary - Agnes Arthaud
In Brief

Roadwork changes 16th, 17th streets
Lecture to be rescheduled
Transportation Services offers open house
Garden writer to speak Feb. 8
Second Annual Scholars’ Day Feb. 7
Institutional Review Board offers training on informed consent
UNL students to participate in Dance Marathon
RealCBT courses at CBA
NU Crop Management Winter Programs Continue in 2004
IS News
E-news process for e-mail to all
Schedule for TIAA-CREF counseling sessions
NETV to cut length of broadcast day
Lectures study global problems
Degree Application Deadline Jan. 30
Computer Performance vs. Security & Privacy Is Feb. 5 Lecture Topic
Equestrian Academy will be at UNL in February and March
Retirement reception set for Rogers
Notification of drug-free policy
Campus organizations seek nominations for awards
Gardener program starts Feb. 5