Iconic return

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Iconic return

Photo of the Week
Students posing with Herbie Husker
Jordan Opp | University Communication and Marketing

Nebraska undergraduates Jaiden Davis (second from left) and Peyton Kullmann (right) pose with the modernized version of Herbie Husker during the Red-White Spring Game on April 22.

The updated Herbie closely resembles the original version of the university’s mascot. The redesign, which includes updates to the Herbie logo, come as Nebraska celebrates the 50th year of the iconic mascot. Learn more about the Herbie update.

Social media photos of the week

  • Spring day on campus
    A spring day in bloom caught the attention of Loukia Sarroub, professor and chair of teaching, learning and teacher education. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/3gj5.
  • Frank Solich at Red-White Spring Game
    “Welcome home.” Ronnie Green shared photos and words of gratitude for the return of Frank Solich, the former Husker player and coach who was honored at halftime of the Red-White Spring Game. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/3j6w.
  • Journalism students producing broadcast
    Students from the College of Journalism and Mass Communications recently developed and hosted an edition of “Nebraska Nightly” dedicated to Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/4ium.
  • McNair Scholars
    Marianna Burks, an instructor and science specialist at Nebraska U, congratulated daughter Isis and other recent graduates of the McNair Scholars Program, which helps underrepresented students apply for and thrive in doctoral programs. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/6c4r.
  • Huskers playing bags/cornhole
    Huskers play a game of bags, AKA cornhole, during a “Chat & Chow” hosted by the Department of Biological Systems Engineering. Learn more at https://go.unl.edu/y3c2.

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