March 18, 2022

Are you cirrus? | Photo of the Week

Love Library
Taylor DeMaro | University Communication

Taylor DeMaro | University Communication

The south facade of Love Library shines during the Ides of March amid the relative quiet of Nebraska U’s spring break, which is March 14-18. The spring 2022 semester restarts March 21 and continues through commencement exercises in Memorial Stadium on May 13-14.

Social media photos of the week

  • Nebraska’s Arabic Studies program shared a photo from Big Arabic Day 2022. The event was moderated by Hassan Almokhreq, lecturer in modern languages and literatures, and co-hosted by undergraduate students Omar Al Amri and Furqan Mahdi.

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  • Members of the UNL Horticulture Club listen to Jan Gulley, owner of Gulley Wholesale Greenhouse, discuss her operation during a spring break outing on March 14.

  • Sanket Shinde, doctoral student in entomology, marked his final day in the lab before spring break with a stylish photo on Instagram.

  • Larkin Powell, professor in the School of Natural Resources, shared a photo of his students relaxing in an unplowed prairie while listening to Chris Helzer, a prairie ecologist with The Nature Conservancy. Powell co-taught a spring break session with Michael Forsberg, a wildlife photographer and research assistant professor at Nebraska.

  • Soo-Young Hong (third from left), associate professor of child, youth and family studies, poses with a few of her students after receiving the Donald R. and Mary Lee Swanson Award for Teaching Excellence from the College of Education and Human Sciences.

  • An overturned Roadmaster bike chills out in the snow in an Instagram photo from Elijah Riley, a sophomore in fisheries and wildlife.

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