Day of service

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Day of service

Photo of the Week
Husker volunteers at the Food Bank of Lincoln
Mike Jackson | Student Affairs

Husker staff and faculty packaged vegetables at the Food Bank of Lincoln during a day of service that capped Martin Luther King Jr. Week at Nebraska U. Check out stories from the week, including features on Fulfilling the Dream Award winners, in Nebraska Today.

Social media photos of the week

  • Jaz Shelley with fans
    Jaz Shelley (bottom), senior in advertising and public relations and a guard with the Nebraska women’s basketball team, signs some gear for young Husker fans. Learn more at
  • Speaker and crowd at HuskHers event
    On Feb. 1, the Nebraska Athletic Department hosted HuskHers, a celebration of Husker women, Title IX and National Girls and Women in Sports Day. Learn more at
  • Pastry displays at Cultural Cuisine Night
    University Housing and Dining Services partnered with the International Student and Scholar Office to help celebrate the Lunar New Year with a Cultural Cuisine Night. The event takes place on the first Tuesday of every month at the Cather Dining Center. Learn more at
  • Husker faculty leading project on history of U.S. law and race
    With $1 million of support from the Mellon Foundation, Nebraska faculty (from left) Katrina Jagodinsky, William Thomas, Jeannette Eileen Jones, Genesis Agosto, Jessica Shoemaker, Eric Berger and Danielle Jefferis are launching a hub focused on the historical relationship between U.S. law and race. Learn more at
  • Architecture students in Peru, Nebraska
    Students and faculty in community and regional planning are collaborating with citizens of Peru, Nebraska, to help revitalize their downtown and boost the Peru economy. Learn more at
  • Husker pennant in front of the Center for Great Plains Studies
    The Center for Great Plains Studies earned a dollar for the UNL Student Hardship Fund by printing out a Husker pennant and tweeting a photo of it alongside the hashtag #GlowBigRedPennant. Learn more at

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