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We are the flagship and land-grant university for Nebraska, and diversity and inclusion are central to our mission and pursuit of excellence. Each person has something to gain from and offer to our community of learning, discovery and outreach. All are welcome here.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

One Love bringing relationship violence prevention education to campus

Intimate partner violence is prevalent among college-aged adults. According to the United States Department of Justice, 53% of all college students have reported experiencing abuse from a current or previous partner.

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Wednesday, September 11, 2019

'Cover the Cruiser' unites campus against sexual violence

More than 75 Huskers pledged to speak out and stand up against sexual and relationship violence in the first of a three-day "Cover the Cruiser" initiative.

Organized by the University Police Department and the Association of Students of the University of Nebraska, the project encourages students, faculty and staff to sign a “Use Your Voice” pledge card and attach it to a police car. Each card signifies a commitment to help others and speak out against all forms of sexual violence.

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Monday, September 9, 2019

CARE, LGBTQA+ and Women’s Centers align for greater student support

Located on the third floor of the Nebraska Union, the university's LGBTQA+ Resource and Women’s Centers have a long history of supporting Huskers of all identities, experiences and backgrounds.

That support is getting an extra boost this fall with the addition of the Center for Advocacy, Response and Education, formerly Victim Advocacy, next to the two organizations in room 345. CARE made the move to the third floor on Aug. 20, and it’s ready to start helping students in a new and enhanced way.

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Monday, September 9, 2019

More diversity — and more Nebraskans — in 2019-20 freshman class

The 2019-20 freshman class at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is the most racially diverse and academically talented in UNL’s 150-year history. It also features more students from Nebraska.

According to the annual census taken on the sixth day of classes, 18.3% of this year’s 4,775 first-time freshmen are students of color. The number increased by more than 7% compared to last year and broke last year’s record of 17% students of color among first-time freshmen.

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The University of Nebraska's incident reporting, or TIPS, system is an online tool for reporting campus incidents or positive acts of kindness. It is available through a link in the footer of every university web page.

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