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Workers from Hawkins Construction Co. and artist Roxy Paine assembled Paine’s work, “Breach,” at its new home south of Andrews Hall from April 19-23. Paine created the 40-foot stainless steel tree and its branches in New York and shipped the pieces to be welded to the trunk on site.

Top News
Magazine praises business program
UNL is one of the Top 100 Entrepreneurial Colleges and Universities in the United States, according to the May issue of Entrepreneur magazine. UNL’s Center for Entrepreneurship appears in the top 25 regionally recognized academic programs.

Value of ag land jumps, NU survey shows
Nebraska’s overall agricultural real estate market took its biggest leap in 14 years, according to the University of Nebraska’s 2004 Nebraska Farm Real Estate Market Survey.

Beadle experts to give lecture
Two experts on the work of University of Nebraska alumnus George W. Beadle will give a lecture on his work next week.

Other News
Now’s the time to renew parking permits
Faculty and staff may now renew their parking permits for the 2004-2005 academic year.

Plans set for presidential candidate visits
This information was released April 26 to media from the University of Nebraska central administration.

Japanese artist wins botanical print contest
A Japanese artist who learned about the Nebraska Statewide Arboretum’s 2004 botanical print competition through the Internet is this year’s winner.

Other Arts News
Visual Literacy on Display on East Campus
Dana Hedrick, a freshman fashion merchandise major, and Stacey Dobbe, a freshman interior design major, set up their ballerina sculpture April 20 on the East Campus mall. The sculpture was a class project for their visual literacy class in the College of Education and Human Services. The class displayed its projects along the East Campus mall that morning.

Space music composer to perform
Nationally known synthesist Jonn Serrie will give a live concert, “Lumia Nights,” in the University of Nebraska State Museum’s Mueller Planetarium.

Coming Soon to the Ross
These movies will show April 30 to May 13 at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center. For show times and more information, call 473-5353 or visit

Performers battle for Apollo appearance
Showtime at the Apollo on Tour, the touring production of the original “Apollo Amateur Night,” will take the stage at the Lied Center for Performing Arts at 7:30 p.m. May 1. Nearly 70 local amateur acts auditioned on March 20 at the Lied Center, with a judge from the Apollo Theater selecting 20 semi-finalists for the May 1 production.

Lewis and Clark art exhibit features various discoveries
“Lewis and Clark on the Great Plains: The Natural History of the Expedition of Discovery,” an art exhibition featuring the flora and fauna discovered by Lewis and Clark while on the Great Plains, runs May 7 through Aug. 29 in the Great Plains Art Collection in the Christlieb Gallery, 1155 Q St.

For the Record

Professor wins award for book
Alumni to bestow honors May 7
Nichols wins annual Rose Frolik award
Sigma Xi honors seven for research, work
Sigma Xi honors seven for research, work
Hall of ag achievement gives honors
NPRN news team win 20 awards at contests
Obituary - Kathryn Renfro Lundy
In Brief

Accountancy professors Balke, Stara to retire
Faculty Teams Sought for 2004-2005 Peer Review of Teaching Project
Strategic Research Cluster Grants Request for Proposals
Nominations for Nebraska Lectures
Antelope Valley roadwork update
New Student Enrollment Looking for Volunteers
Apply now for season football tickets
E-news process for e-mail to all
May schedule for TIAA-CREF counseling sessions
May schedule for Fidelity counseling sessions
Examination Services Final Exam scoring
Scarlet schedule
4-H Summer Camps Accepting Registrations
Alumni to Honor 'Spirit of Nebraska' at Class Ring Presentation
UNL Food Processing Center offers seminar
Farewell Reception for President L. Dennis Smith May 10
Czech Festival Scheduled for May 2
Students to display Design Studio projects