Clear as black and white

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Clear as black and white

Photo of the Week
Foregrounded by the Torn Notebook sculpture, a Bobcat vehicle clears snow from a sidewalk
Craig Chandler | University Communication and Marketing

Flanked by the Torn Notebook sculpture and the Van Brunt Visitors Center, Tavian Tank clears a snow-coated sidewalk on Jan. 9. Tank, a senior in horticulture and area leader with Landscape Services, got ahead of his task by getting to campus at 4 a.m.

Social media photos of the week

  • Husker fans storm the court at Pinnacle Bank Arena
    Husker fans storm the court at Pinnacle Bank Arena to join the men’s basketball team in celebrating its 88-72 win over No. 1 Purdue. Nebraska moved to 13-3 with the victory. Learn more at
  • A snowman on City Campus
    “Snow happy to be on campus!” A frozen friend from an unknown artist greets those braving City Campus on a January day. Learn more at
  • Husker alumna Skylee Nelson sits behind the SportsCenter anchor desk
    Skylee Nelson sits behind the SportsCenter anchor desk at ESPN studios in Bristol, Connecticut. Nelson, who graduated in December after double-majoring in broadcasting and sports media and communication, recently joined ESPN as a production assistant. Learn more at
  • A Jersey cow noses up to Paul Kononoff
    Lila (left), a 10-month-old Jersey cow, gets nosy with Paul Kononoff, professor of animal science. Kononoff and his Husker colleagues recently earned a $5 million grant from the USDA to study how genetics, gut bacteria and other factors influence methane emissions from livestock. Learn more at
  • Jacob Van Dee takes down a Wyoming wrestler
    Jacob Van Dee, a sophomore in construction management, takes down a Wyoming foe during Nebraska wrestling’s 44-3 triumph over the Cowboys. Learn more at
  • Husker students and faculty with a Nebraska flag at Fox Glacier, New Zealand
    Nebraska students and faculty rep the Huskers during a group photo at Fox Glacier, a village on the South Island of New Zealand. Learn more at

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