| ||HISTORIANS - A new report by (left) Kenneth Winkle and Ben Rader explores the possible reasons behind a recent dip in Major League Baseball offense.|
Baseball is all about the numbers.
AgLEC lands Honor
Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communication will receive the University of Nebraska's highest departmental award for excellence in teaching.
UNL opinions aid downtown Lincoln survey
UNL could play a more prominent role in helping grow new businesses in downtown Lincoln if recommendations by two urban planners are implemented.
Dunn draws fulldome technology to Astronomy Day
|FULLDOME - A whale and fish swim overhead in this image from the fulldome show, "Origins of Life." Courtesy photo. || |
Industry contacts are allowing Jack Dunn to push Mueller Planetarium to the next generation of planetarium experiences.
Journalism grad featured in NET special
To many Americans, Afghanistan is synonymous with Osama Bin Laden, the Taliban and the terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center.
Annual CASNR Week events begin April 15
Students, alumni, faculty, staff and community members can partake in several big events as the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources celebrates CASNR Week April 15-21.
One of UNL's most beloved professors marks an extraordinary career achievement this month.
Film festival to explore race, identity, revolution
A diverse range of films highlighting African American lives in the U.S. and around the world will be shown in the upcoming African American and African Studies Film Festival at UNL. The festival's theme is, "Blacks In Film 1969-2006: Race, Identity and Revolution." Screenings will are April 12-15 at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center. All events are free and open to the public.
"Close Three" by Rhonda Willers is included in the Master of Fine Arts Thesis Exhibition, open through April 18 in the EisentragerHoward Gallery in Richards Hall. Courtesy photo.
Plains Song writers offer April 18 reading
The Center for Great Plains Studies will host a reading by writers and exhibit by photographers whose work appears in Volume 9 of Plains Song Review at 7 p.m. April 18 in the Great Plains Art Museum.
Chamber Orchestra presents April 13 jazz performance
The UNL Chamber Orchestra, under the direction of Tyler White, will perform Darius Milhaud's ballet "The Creation of the World," at 7:30 p.m. April 13 in Kimball Recital Hall.
Updated 'Aida' to play Lied, April 20-21
The North American touring production of "Aida" by Elton John and Tim Rice opens a three-run performance April 20 at the Lied Center for Performing arts.
Scarlet and Cream show is April 15
The Scarlet and Cream Singers will present their 34th annual Lincoln concert at 2 p.m. April 15 in Kimball Recital Hall.
American Life in Poetry
By describing the relocation of the moles which ravaged her yard, Washington poet Judith Kitchen presents an experience that resonates beyond the simple details, and suggests that children can learn important lessons through observation of the natural world.