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Friday, November 15, 2019

Chancellor selects 45 to serve on sexual misconduct collaborative

Chancellor Ronnie Green has selected 45 individuals to serve on the University of Nebraska–Lincoln’s Campuswide Collaborative on Sexual Misconduct.

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Wednesday, November 13, 2019

Huskers talk politics, respect through Converge Nebraska by Lindsey Amen | University Communication

On a campus of 30,000 people, clashing viewpoints are inevitable.

Approaching those disagreements with respect, empathy and understanding makes all the difference.

Students at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln had that idea in mind when they created Converge Nebraska, a program that brings together Huskers of different political ideologies for conversations about their beliefs.

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Monday, November 11, 2019

Husker forges path as cheerleader, musician, future Marine

Ask Ramarro Lamar about the key to his success at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln, and he’ll tell you about the importance of time management.

Over the past four years, the senior political science major from Chicago has balanced roles as a Naval ROTC midshipman, member of the Nebraska cheer squad and recording artist — all while being a full-time student.

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Friday, November 8, 2019

Student-led project aims to increase civil discourse on campus

In an era where extreme viewpoints hinder national debate and social interactions, a student-led project is encouraging civil discourse at University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

Centered on nine core values, the Peace and Civility project will promote civil interactions through organized training sessions; group discussions; a video featuring Richard Moberly, interim executive vice chancellor and dean of the College of Law; and a panel featuring five state senators. Events are offered Nov. 10-19.

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