Foursome aids actors
| ||EEVACS AWARDS - For helping a troupe of Baltimore youth return home from the International Thespian Festival four members of Parking and Transit Services were presented with EEVACS awards by Christine Jackson, vice chancellor for business and finance on July 14. Pictured, from left, are: Pat Barrett, director of transportation services; Ron Fuller, coordinator for transit and special events; Jackson; and drivers Terry Homer and Andy Wright. Photo by Troy Fedderson/University Communications.|
As the curtain closed on the annual International Thespian Festival at UNL last month, the journey home for a troupe of Baltimore teens opened with elements of a classical tragedy.
Bombings fail to halt UNL travels
The July 7 terrorist bombing in London left recent visitors from UNL somewhat heartbroken, but upcoming international travelers unfazed.
University makes switch to alternative fuels
Nebraska crops are now helping to power a fleet of UNL vehicles.
Museum celebrates gift with Discovery Center renovation
The University of Nebraska State Museum unveiled renovations made to its Discovery Center and recognized the family whose support makes the project possible during a June 25 ceremony at UNL's Morrill Hall.
Milliken lauds Unicameral commitment to NU
EDITOR'S NOTE - University of Nebraska President James B. Milliken sent the following e-mail to all NU faculty and staff on June 23.
UNL delegation presents book to tribes
A delegation from UNL visited the Confederated Salish and Kootenai tribes of the Flathead Reservation July 3-7, to formally present a book on the encounter of the Salish people with Lewis and Clark.
OLLI program fosters lifelong learning
EDITOR'S NOTE - This is the last in a series of stories composed by students in "Advertising and Public Relations Techniques" at UNL. The class is taught by Phyllis Larsen, assistant professor.
Tractor museum continues work toward pulling its own weight
EDITOR'S NOTE - This is one in a series of stories composed by students in "Advertising and Public Relations Techniques" at UNL. The class is taught by Phyllis Larsen, assistant professor.
UNL, UNMC join forces for Bio 2005 convention
While the Cornhusker baseball team competed at the College World Series last month, a second Nebraska team stormed the floor of the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia.
University dedicates new research facility
UNL celebrated the completion of a research facility at the Barta Brothers Ranch near Long Pine on June 23.
A Piece of University History
Two unidentified employees package "Varsity Ice Cream" inside the Dairy Store Building on East Campus in this undated photograph.
Androcles and the Lion continues at the Rep
The Nebraska Repertory Theatre's production of Aurand Harris' Androcles and the Lion continues this month.
'Movies on the Green' features classics for free
The stars will shine once more on the UNL campus during the annual Jensen's Cinema 16 Collection series, "Movies on the Green," presented by the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center and the University Program Council.
Ross hosts Kontroll, Nina's Tragedies
Nominated for Best Foreign Language Film at the 2004 Academy Awards, writer-director Nimrod Antal's debut, opening at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center on July 22, Kontroll is a wild ride through the subway system in the Hungarian capital of Budapest.
Sheldon Hosts Photo Exhibit
Sheldon Statewide, an outreach program of the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and UNL, presents Who is Imitating Whom?, a photography exhibit that explores photorealism in American art.
American Life in Poetry
EDITOR'S NOTE - This is a column started by U.S. Poet Laureate and UNL professor Ted Kooser, and supported by the Poetry Foundation and the Library of Congress.