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September 13, 2017

A new two-day student leadership retreat aims to help participants gain confidence in their abilities to facilitate difficult conversations, to increase awareness of what it means to be an inclusive leader and to help students develop action plans for student organizations to which they belong. Read more>>
In response to student feedback, the University Health Center expanded its health and well-being presentation offerings to students for the 2017-18 academic year. At the same time, a refined booking process makes it easier to request presentations.   Read more>>
Hosted by the Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS) in conjunction with the National Pan-Hellenic Council and Multicultural Greek Councils at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, this year’s event included three fraternities and three sororities competing for recognition plaques and a cash prize. Read more>>
Cardiac emergencies, unconscious swimmers, fire evacuations, bloody injuries, and fighting players are all possible situations when more than 21,000 people walk through the doors of Campus Recreation’s indoor facilities each week. To provide the best service and troubleshoot potential problems, the department strategically trains students and professionals to handle emergencies as a team.   Read more>>
Hawaiian flora, a flaming torch and Polynesian dancers may seem unlikely in Nebraska, but that’s exactly what attendees experienced at the OASIS Kickoff event on Saturday, Aug. 27. Each fall the Office of Academic Success and Intercultural Services (OASIS) hosts an event at the start of the semester to share different cultural experiences with students.   Read more>>
The Princeton Review recently revealed their latest results of “where everyone plays intramural sports” and Nebraska came out tops for the Big Ten conference. Boasting a robust calendar with over 70 unique activities, Nebraska intramural sports are a fun, inclusive and active space for students to engage and connect socially on campus.   Read more>>

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