Cancer survivor gives back
Now three years cancer-free, Pilcher-Huerter “strives to pay it back” to the place and the people who gave her back her life.
What do these former Huskers have in common?
Prince Amukamara and Jordan Larson have at least three things in common.
Nebraska's oldest active CPA gives $1M to support alma mater, future accountants
“This gift from Del Lienemann Sr. will impact the School of Accountancy by helping us build a world-class faculty and deliver a first-class accounting education to our students.”
Buckle gift fits UNK computer students to a T
Buckle creates new scholarship and career development program for students at UNK.
Barclae - the Wonder Dog
Barclae has earned the right to wear those cool doggy shades.
High-tech equipment means better-equipped doctors
Simulation lab at UNMC offers students an opportunity to gain skills and confidence working in emergency situations with mannequins.
Couple takes team approach to "beat this"
“He said, ‘We’ll beat this.’”
Campaign for Nebraska raises $1.2 billion with 30 months to go
The University of Nebraska Foundation has received more than $1.2 billion in gifts for its fundraising campaign, the Campaign for Nebraska: Unlimited Possibilities, with about 30 months to go before the campaign officially ends Dec. 31, 2014.
Trombone helps make UNO student all the things he is
The thing on his face? It’s pretty obvious most days – that dark, pink circle over the middle of his lips. But there’s not a lot Andrew Brown can do about it. “I tried to grow the beard to cover it up,” the UNO senior says.
Happy UNO donor makes students feel the same
Miss Betty Jean Haupt must have had fun at Omaha U.
And the winners in love are…
Joan Truhlsen Johns, Class of 1949, won UNL’s first “How I Fell in Love in Love Library” contest. She wrote a poem that’s shaped like an “N.” It describes how she met her husband of 63 years in Love Library when she was just 17.
Opened in 2008, UNMC’s Sorrell Center for Health Science Education has been the high-tech home to scores of medical students who continue to sing its praises and voice their appreciation for those who made it all possible.