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January 19, 2017
A ribbon cutting celebrated the opening of the Huskers Helping Huskers Pantry+ on the first day of classes in the Nebraska Union. Food and shelter insecurities are an unfortunate reality for students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and nationwide. The pantry aims to increase student access food, toiletries and housing information. Watch video>>
Despite icy weather canceling events planned early in the week, the outlook for additional MLK Week activities looks bright. On Wednesday evening, keynote speaker Ryan Mack discussed economic opportunities for people of all colors. Tonight,  a panel of guests, including State Sen. Adam Morfield and ACLU Communications Director Tyler Richard, will discuss civic rights and responsibilities. The annual banquet sponsored by the Afrikan People's Union will take place tomorrow evening. (Tickets are still available.) Events will continue into next week with the rescheduled Late Night Dish It Up on "The Definition of a Dream" on Tuesday, Jan. 24 at 6:30 p.m. in the OASIS Student Lounge. Learn more>>

The Define American Chapter at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln received the College Chapter of the Year award from the national organization in December.  The Nebraska student chapter was among two other chapters nationally nominated for the award. This is the first time Define American has hosted the awards which are meant to empower and elevate the voices of immigrants. Read more>>

The January 2017 issue of Athletic Business features an image of the locker rooms at the Recreation & Wellness Center on Nebraska's East Campus. The locker rooms exemplify one of the six ways locker room designs have become more accomodating for all persons. Read more>>

Have a New Year's resolution to better manage your time? Get a few tips from the First Year Experiene and Transition Programs team at the next Student Affairs Staff Council professional development seminar on January 24. The presentation begin at 1:30 p.m. in the Nebraska Union, Colonial A.


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