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April 18, 2016

Family and friends celebrated the accomplishments of top UNL students at the Ivy Day ceremony on Saturday, April 2. Presented by the Innocents Society and the Black Masque Chapter of Mortar Board, Ivy Day recognizes outgoing senior honor society members and includes induction ceremonies for new members. Read more>>

Incoming leaders of the Associated Students at the University of Nebraska were officially installed by the Honorable Judge C. Arlen Beam on April 6. The 2016-2017 leadership includes President Spencer Hartman, an agricultural economics major from Imperial, Neb.; Internal Vice President Laurel Oetken, an advertising and public relations major from Omaha, Neb.; and Morgan Rezac, an advertising and public relations major from Ceresco, Neb. Read more>>

The interactive, award-winning portrait project called Dear World stopped by the UNL campus on April 6-7. The event, sponsored by Student Involvement, inspired nearly 200 faculty, staff members and students to share personal messages via written messages on their own skin. On the evening of April 7, five participants shared their powerful stories behind the messages about eating disorders, depression, gender identity and immigration. View the  photo gallery>>

For the second year in a row, the Men at Nebraska Conference invited conversation around the roles masculinities play in men’s’ lives. Held April 8, the conference included a short film screening, breakout sessions, a poster exhibition and a keynote address by Dr. Eric Lueshen. A Husker football alumnus, Lueshen shared his story of defying stereotypes as the first openly gay Division 1 college football player. Read more>>

On April 13, Student Involvement hosted the Student Impact Awards, a program to honor students who have made significant contributions to their student organization and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus. In addition to highlighting individual contributions, the awards also recognized student organizations that have made significant impact during the 2015-2016 academic year.  View the recipients>>

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