Last week an article in an Indonesian newspaper caught the attention of UNL staff members. The article provides positive feedback for a recent decision to try serving halal meat in Selleck Dining Hall. The Daily Nebraskan reports that only 12 percent of major universities serve halal meat, which is meat that adheres to Islamic law as defined in the Koran.View translated article>>
On Sunday, Sept. 11, more than 40 students from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln volunteered at six locations in the Lincoln community to give back in honor of the September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance. Read more>>
On Friday, Sept. 16, members of Kappa Alpha Psi Fraternity, Inc. returned to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus to celebrate the milestone of their 100-year-old chapter. Accompanied by family and Eta Chapter supporters, the gentlemen dedicated a 2,000-pound granite stone to the University as a symbol of the strength as the first historically African-American fraternity at Nebraska.Read more>>
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Excitement and anticipation filled the air as seven multicultural Greek organizations took the stage at the Annual OASIS Stroll Off on Friday, Sept. 9. More than 500 students, alumni and community members packed the Centennial Room in the Nebraska Union to standing room only as they took in performances and cheered on participants.Read more>>