Kooser wins 2005 Pulitzer for poetry
| ||Professor and Poet Laureate Ted Kooser is the seventh UNL alum to win a Pulitzer. Photo by University Publications and Photography.|
Ted Kooser, professor of English and the Poet Laureate Consultant in Poetry to the Library of Congress, was awarded the 2005 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry April 4 for his book Delights & Shadows.
Informational artist invades East Union
Kansas City-based artist Jessa Huebing-Reitinger thought her husband, James, had gone buggy.
Coble leads the way in China, Japan research
Being something of an outsider has proved beneficial for Parks Coble.
Opinions start to shape UNL master plan
The future of UNL was literally in the hands of those who attended a pair of master plan visioning sessions last week.
Conference marks Voting Rights Act anniversary
A celebration marking the 40th anniversary of the 1965 Voting Rights Act will be held at UNL and Southeast Community College on April 14 and 18.
Perlman previews budget info
(The following email to all was sent April 5 by UNL Chancellor Harvey Perlman)
A Piece of University History
Looking to the north, lunch-time traffic rolls through the intersection of 12th and R streets in this photograph taken in 1928. The College of Business Adminisration is the building at right.
Chicago to debut at Lied Center April 22
The "razzle-dazzle" of Chicago will blow into Lincoln, as the musical will debut at the Lied Center with five performances beginning April 22.
Vivaldi, Lincoln Symphony Orchestra
The Lincoln Symphony Orchestra will bring the magical world of composer of Antonio Vivaldi to life when it performs the live concert version of Classical Kids' Vivaldi's Ring of Mystery at 3 p.m. April 10 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.