2,500+ make community impact through Big Event

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2,500+ make community impact through Big Event

Nebraska's Iesha Bryant reaches for the top of the doorway as she and others in the Minority Pre-Health Association painted a shed and cleaned up a yard during the 2019 Big Event on April 6. More than 2,500 students, faculty and staff volunteered for the community service project.
Craig Chandler | University Communication
Nebraska's Iesha Bryant reaches for the top of the doorway as she and others in the Minority Pre-Health Association painted a shed and cleaned up a yard during the 2019 Big Event on April 6. More than 2,500 students, faculty and staff volunteered for the community service project.

More than 2,500 University of Nebraska–Lincoln students, faculty and staff volunteered for the Big Event on April 6, completing service projects across the community.

Now in its 13th year at Nebraska, the Big Event has grown to be the university's single largest student-run community service project. Click the image below to see photos from the 2019 Big Event.