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ATTIC FIND - Eugene Rudd examines an X-ray tube in one of the Brace Hall storage closets used to house the...
 ATTIC FIND - Eugene Rudd examines an X-ray tube in one of the Brace Hall storage closets used to house the Department of Physics and Astronomy Historical Scientific Instrument gallery. hoto by Troy Fedderson/University Communications.

Treasure from the Attic (and a few storage closets)
Brandishing a bucket of water and a handful of rags, Eugene Rudd has probed the dark recesses of the Brace Hall attic.

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Real Nebraska fuels Burge's anchor run
Admissions associate is his real day job.

Forum to explore Nebraskans' beliefs on immigration
More than half of rural Nebraskans do not believe Latin American immigration benefits the state. That finding and others from the 2006 Nebraska Rural Poll conducted by the Center for Applied Rural Innovation and UNL researchers, will be discussed at a public forum 3:30 to 5:30 p.m. March 7 at Great Plains Art Museum.

Download ranking prompts reminder
It's always a good time to remind students, faculty and staff of the consequences of illegal file-sharing. But when the national media are listing UNL as a top offender, that has a way of prompting a reminder.

Other News
Scientists report breakthrough in spin electronics
A UNL research group has broken ground in spin electronics by proving a magnetoresistance phenomenon on the nanoscale.

Women's Week activities begin March 2
Women's Week 2007 festivities open March 2 with a lineup of speakers and special exhibitions focused on the theme of "Gender and Popular Culture."

Other Arts News
Oscar short film nominees play campus
Oscar nominees in the short film categories will play at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center from March 2-15.

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