The present approach discourages students from significant engagement with diverse academic disciplines.
For some Nebraskans, physical distance and the passage of time has not dulled the memories of their experiences in New York City on Sept. 11, 2001, and in its aftermath.
Numerous events are scheduled this weekend to mark the 20th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks.
A state senator points to the communities of interest in his legislative district and the need to keep it whole during redistricting.
Mark Nusterer, vice president of the Interfraternity Council at UNL, said Greek organizations have become the most effective vehicle on campus for combatting sexual assault and misconduct.
Hundreds of protesters converged on a University of Nebraska-Lincoln fraternity house Tuesday night after reports surfaced of an alleged sexual assault at the house.
Not only is CRT useful for business and government leaders, but it is also an important part of the university mission.
NU Regent Jim Pillen presents arguments against critical race theory.
The institute is named after Eustis, Neb., native Clayton Yeutter, who advised four presidents on the connections linking agriculture and international trade.
The University of Nebraska announced updated coronavirus protocols on Friday in response to a rising number of cases in the state and guidance from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.
Emails from the public started landing in regents' inboxes just days after Regent Jim Pillen said he opposed critical race theory being taught at NU.
Musician and actor Billy McGuigan’s production company is producing “Buddy — The Buddy Holly Story” this summer, and McGuigan’s not playing the title role he has played many times before.
A former graduate assistant at UNO will have to spend 17 ½ years in federal prison for coercing and enticing a 15-year-old girl he was tutoring into a sexual relationship.
Matt Williams of Gothenburg will run for the seat representing western Nebraska on the NU Board of Regents.
Top administrators at the University of Nebraska said they have "significant concerns" about a proposed resolution from Regent Jim Pillen seeking to curb the teaching of critical race theory.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha is assisting the Omaha Public Power District by opening two of its residence halls to 175 out-of-state workers.
Joanne Li demonstrated notable leadership in her previous position in Florida.
Republican gubernatorial candidate and NU Regent Jim Pillen is asking the Board of Regents to adopt a resolution opposing "any imposition of critical race theory" as part of university curriculum.
UNO Chancellor Joanne Li intends to immediately be a visible presence on campus. “I will spend time with every single college and every single unit to really hear them out. They will be my teachers.”
Gov. Pete Ricketts found a receptive audience as he started a tour to rally opposition to proposed standards that, among other things, call for teaching children as young as 6 about gender identity.