| ||PODCASTERS - Bill McLaughlin listens as students Elizabeth Buehler and Brady Brabec record a podlab on Nov. 18. Buehler, a freshman honors student from South Sioux City, writes and is the voice of podlab and podpuzzler. Brabec, a senior from Lincoln, records and posts the podcast to the Chemistry 109 webpage.|
After a night of study for an exam, a UNL freshman rolls out of bed and reviews her notes one final time.
Podcasting at UNL
The term "podcasting" describes technologies for automatic distribution of audio and video programs over the Internet, mainly via a publish and subscribe system. Any digital audio player or computer with audio-playing software can play podcasts.
Journalism project to premiere at the Ross
Eleven College of Journalism and Mass Communications students have been watching the news a lot lately.
Campus shops offer gift variety
Having trouble finding that unique holiday gift for a friend or family member?
Engineering college name change nears final approval
To reflect its changing educational mission, UNL's engineering college has shortened its name to the College of Engineering. Previously, the college was known as the College of Engineering and Technology.
Meat store offers cuts, educational opportunities
Upon entering the building, the aroma of spices fills the air. The Meat Store is a simple room inside the Loeffel Meat Lab with a row of freezers and help from students employees.
Alumni help fund new calving shed for NCTA
Alumni support has helped the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture purchase an indoor calving facility.
FROM THE ARCHIVES
'Millie' flaps into Lied Center Dec. 7-9
"Thoroughly Modern Millie," the most honored new show on Broadway in 2002 will be arriving in Lincoln at the Lied Center for Performing Arts for three performances Dec. 7-9.
BFA Capstone exhibition opens Dec. 5
The BFA Capstone exhibition for undergraduate seniors is Dec. 5 to 16 in the Eisentrager-Howard Gallery, Richards Hall.
Ross to play Christmas in the Clouds
"Christmas in the Clouds," the first romantic comedy set in American Indian country, opens at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center on Dec. 2.
Signing, reception for Sheldon book Dec. 2
A public reception and book signing will celebrate the publication of "Sculpture from the Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery," a new book presenting 90 selected works from the museum collection.
Brickman brings friends to help celebrate the holiday with music
Jim Brickman and a few of the pianist/composer's friends, will perform a concert of holiday tunes, 7:30 p.m. Dec. 5 at the Lied Center for Performing Arts.
American Life in Poetry
Massachusetts poet J. Lorraine Brown has used an unusual image in "Tintype on the Pond, 1925." This poem, like many others, offers us a unique experience, presented as a gift, for us to respond to as we will. We need not ferret out a hidden message. How many of us will recall this little scene the next time we see ice skates or a Sunday-dinner roast?
Kooser, poetry featured on NET Television special
He transforms ordinary life into the extraordinary via his poetry.
NET Radio plays 'Christus,' other holiday favorites
Tune in to classical music performed and recorded on Nebraska's stages by NET Radio. "Nebraska Concerts" will air Mondays at 8 p.m., Dec. 3 at 2 p.m., and Dec.10 at 1 p.m.