An arm and a leg up

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An arm and a leg up

Photo of the Week
Framed by a robotic arm in the foreground, Leandro Castellanos Izaguirre chats with a potential employer at a career fair
Craig Chandler | University Communication and Marketing

Leandro Castellanos Izaguirre (right), an undergrad majoring in mechanical engineering and physics, is framed by a robotic arm while attending a career fair at the Nebraska Union.

Social media photos of the week

  • Members of the Otoe-Missouria nation dance as a crowd looks on
    The College of Arts and Sciences promoted Otoe-Missouria Day, held Sept. 21, with a photo of the nation’s members dancing as part of last year’s inaugural event. The local Indigenous community also erected a tipi south of Pound Hall in recognition of the Otoe-Missouri, who lived on the land where the city of Lincoln and University of Nebraska–Lincoln now reside. Learn more at
  • Husker students row a four-person sweep boat across a lake
    Members of the Husker crew team row a sweep boat during a practice on Pawnee Lake. Learn more at
  • Husker students stand in a semicircle while gesturing with their hands
    Students in a campaigns course taught by Frauke Hachtmann, professor of advertising, hone their communication and problem-solving with an exercise at the Outdoor Adventures Center. Learn more at
  • A young Husker fan sits atop the shoulders of a parent on game day
    “If this game day scene doesn't hit ya in the feels, idk what will.” The athletic department posted photos of pregame crowds before Husker football’s home-opening win over Northern Illinois. Learn more at
  • A man speaks to a crowd while gesturing to the inner workings of an industrial printer
    An employee of UNL Print and Mail Services shows off the latest printing technologies and capabilities available to students, staff and faculty. Learn more at
  • Members of the Husker softball team huddle up during a scrimmage
    Members of the Husker softball team huddle up during their first intrasquad scrimmage of the fall. Jordy Bahl (No. 98) struck out seven in four scoreless innings of work on the mound. Learn more at

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