Fountain of youth

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Fountain of youth

Photo of the Week
Isometric view of bustling Nebraska Union Plaza
Craig Chandler | University Communication and Marketing

The Nebraska Union Plaza bustles with early-morning activity as incoming Huskers prepare for New Student Enrollment.

Social media photos of the week

  • Juneteenth celebration
    Huskers commemorated Juneteenth with the university’s second annual celebration, again held on the Nebraska Union Plaza. Learn more at
  • Animal Science Complex
    The Department of Animal Science tweeted from the Nebraska 4-H Premier Animal Science Event, which included livestock judging and a quiz bowl. Learn more at
  • Participants at the UNL National Weather Camp
    Campers hailing from Washington, Oklahoma, Arkansas, Texas, Missouri and Florida traveled to Lincoln for the UNL National Weather Camp. Ken Dewey, professor emeritus, shared a collection of photos from the 11th annual event. Learn more at
  • High schoolers at campus construction site
    The College of Journalism and Mass Communications recently held its Big Red Summer Camp, a six-day opportunity for high schoolers to learn the fundamentals of digital media, from writing to photography to videography. Learn more at
  • Unveiling of historical marker for Louis Crompton
    Nebraska U’s Corrie Svehla (far left), Pat Tetreault (second from right) and Timothy Schaffert (far right) joined History Nebraska’s Autumn Langemeier in unveiling a historical marker dedicated to the late Louis Crompton. An openly gay professor of English, Crompton developed and taught the first full-fledged course on LGBTQ studies in the United States. Learn more at
  • Joy Castro at Juneteenth celebration
    Joy Castro (right), a Willa Cather Professor of English who directs the Institute for Ethnic Studies, speaks with a visitor at Nebraska U’s Juneteenth celebration. Learn more at

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