Childhood toys spur collection
| ||Wayne Babchuk has collected a basement full of cowboy memorabilia. The collection includes numerous items from the 1940s to 1960s, many of which were given to Babchuk by friends. He said the collection started with just a few toys he had as a youth. Items pictured below are a Roy Rogers toy guitar and a plastic figure painted by a friend of Babchuk. Photo by Troy Fedderson, University Communications.
Descending into Wayne Babchuk's basement is to take a step back in time.
Harrassment training goes online at UNL
A web-based course is shining light into the gray areas of workplace harassment.
New site lists 'Great Books of the Great Plains'
An online bookshelf showcasing the cultural heritage of the Great Plains has been built.
Hubble Images at Mueller Planetarium
Martin Gaskell, senior lecturer in physics and astronmy at UNL discusses Whirlpool Galaxy M51 during the unveling of Hubble Space Telescope images at Mueller Planetarium on April 25. In honor of Hubble's 15th anniversary, two posters of space telescope photos were given to Mueller Planetarium to display within Morrill Hall. The other image is of Eagle Nebula M16, showcasing a 9.5-ightyear tall, dense tower of gas that is being formed by ultraviolet light from a group of massive, hot stars. The planetarium is among 100 science centers across the country, from Guam to Maine that will display the mural-size images. Lincoln Mayor Coleen Seng, Chancellor Harvey Perlman and other university officials were on hand for the unveiling. Photo by Troy Fedderson, University Communications.
Term life program outlines benefit boost
(The following E-mail was issued by the office of the NU Vice President for Business and Finance)
A Piece of University History
Mortar Board members (in black) and May Queen royalty pose in this image dated May 25, 1925. For more history on Mortar Board, May Queen and Ivy Day festivities, go online to http://www.unl.edu/libr/libs/spec/exhibits/ivydays/index.html.
Lentz Center hosts jades
Presented by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service, "Magic, Myths, and Minerals: Chinese Jades from the Arthur M. Sackler Gallery" will premiere on May 21 at the Lentz Center for Asian Culture at UNL.
UNL Clay Club's Pottery Sale April 29-30
The UNL Clay Club will hold its biannual Pottery Sale April 29-30 in Room 118 of Richards Hall.
Ross shows Sea Inside, Nobody Knows
Javier Bardem performs in Alejandro Amenabar's drama about dying with dignity, The Sea Inside, opening at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center April 29.
Theatre tours Voice of the Prairie statewide
University Theatre from UNL is taking The Voice of the Prairie, a play about the development of radio in the Midwest by John Olive on tour.
American Life in Poetry
EDITOR'S NOTE - This is a weekly column started by U.S. Poet Laureate and UNL visiting professor Ted Kooser, and supported by the Poetry Foundation and the Library of Congress. "American Life in Poetry" is aimed at promoting poetry.
Palmerton retrospective exhibit opens April 29
The Great Plains Art Museum at UNL will host "Tom Palmerton: A Retrospective" beginning April 29.
NU, Mizzou baseball broadcast on NET1
Big 12 Conference foes the Missouri Tigers and the Nebraska Huskers take to Hawks Field at Haymarket Park in Lincoln as the baseball programs battle for a spot at the top of the conference standings.