The arrival of a courier at the Nebraska Veterinary Diagnostic Center on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus is the overture of a three-act performance.
The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on many jobs for students, but it has created new opportunities for those seeking experience in health care. With the recent addition of saliva-based COVID-19 testing at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, student workers are given the chance …
Editor’s Note: This story was updated at 5:45 p.m. on Feb. 24 to include additional information from Charlie Francis regarding access to isolation housing in Selleck and use of Selleck Dining.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln employees who live or work in Lancaster County, including student workers, can now sign up to be vaccinated, Chancellor Ronnie Green announced Tuesday evening.
For Lincoln and Lancaster County residents, daily life is in the early stages of returning to normal thanks to the COVID-19 vaccine rollout across the state.
Chancellor Ronnie Green announced Monday that the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will adopt weekly COVID-19 random mitigation testing following successful re-entry testing.
As part of our Curious Cornhuskers initiative, a student asked The Daily Nebraskan, “How does [the University of Nebraska-Lincoln] justify charging the same rates for tuition/fees while offering fewer opportunities in and out of the classroom due to COVID-19?”
When the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign shut down its campus in spring 2020, administrators immediately started planning for a safe return to in-person classes in the fall. Consulting the university’s epidemiologists, biophysicists and experts in digital infrastructure, they work…
Editor’s Note: This story was updated on Feb. 24 to include updated data from UNL’s COVID-19 Dashboard.
To enter University of Nebraska-Lincoln facilities this semester, community members must first show proof of a negative test to wellness attendants stationed around campus.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced Wednesday that students, faculty and staff will need to complete a third round of testing to maintain their campus building access.
During the first two rounds of re-entry testing for the spring semester, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students who previously tested positive for COVID-19 are testing positive again — even though they are not actively positive.
With the continued impact of the coronavirus worldwide, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has made a few changes to support in-person activities for the spring 2021 semester.
Nebraska men’s basketball head coach Fred Hoiberg announced he tested positive for COVID-19 on Sunday after he officially tested positive on Friday.
As the spring semester approaches, Chancellor Ronnie Green detailed on Monday how updated COVID-19 protocols for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will work for the spring.
The coronavirus has impacted the way of life at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and that will continue into the spring 2021 semester. But a group of faculty, staff and students aims to build upon the successes of the fall semester and improve the UNL experience further.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Faculty Senate approved a resolution on Dec. 1 encouraging faculty to consider curricular adjustments for the spring 2021 semester.
UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green announced enhanced COVID-19 measures for the Spring 2021 semester on Wednesday following the continued intensity of the pandemic.
As part of our initiative called Curious Cornhuskers, an anonymous reader sent in a video circulating on Twitter which showed large gatherings in celebration of the Husker football team’s game against Penn State University over the weekend and asked “What fraternities were involved and how w…
As part of our initiative called Curious Cornhuskers, an anonymous reader asked, “Are there any updates on the Pass/No Pass policy for the fall 2020 semester?”
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will complete the fall semester uninterrupted despite an indication of a “severe” risk of spread of the coronavirus in the Lincoln community.
With a global pandemic, nationwide social justice movements and a national election occurring this semester, students have a lot on their plate next to the normal stresses of classes and work.
As part of our initiative called Curious Cornhuskers, an anonymous reader asked The Daily Nebraskan, “Why can't we sit in the booths in the Union? How is sitting in a booth worse than sitting at a table?"
Due to concerns about potential COVID-19 spread in the Lincoln area, University of Nebraska-Lincoln leaders are currently reviewing all previously approved events.
Mask mandates, social distancing, canceled events and small gatherings are a new normal during the coronavirus pandemic.
As the winter months approach, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is faced with a new challenge in the fight to track and slow COVID-19 transmission.
With Halloween fast approaching, many University of Nebraska-Lincoln students and Lincoln residents look forward to celebrating the holiday with friends and family.
With Nebraska football kicking off this weekend against the Ohio State Buckeyes, many Huskers fans will want to carry out typical game day traditions, such as tailgating and watch parties.
Four weeks into the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s randomized mitigation testing for COVID-19, university leaders are looking to increase participation.
An Alpha Omicron Pi Parent’s Day event planned to occur during Saturday’s Husker football game has been canceled by the university.
Since the COVID-19 pandemic swept the country in March, nearly 22 million American jobs have been lost. In the months since the initial lockdown, people have attempted to return to a sense of normalcy, but the country is still recovering with 10.7 million jobs short.
As students are getting ready to start their day, researchers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are hard at work collecting wastewater samples.
With more than 1 million deaths caused by COVID-19 and 40 million positive cases globally, the physical toll of the virus has been immense. The mental toll has also been substantial, as the uncertainty created by the pandemic has caused numerous mental health side effects.
The building currently known as Neihardt Residence Hall housed students for about 87 years before closing its doors to students in 2019. In March, the Piper wing of Neihardt transitioned to fulfill a new purpose: isolation housing for students who test positive for COVID-19.
As part of our initiative called Curious Cornhuskers, an anonymous reader asked The Daily Nebraskan, “Did anything become of the petition for [the University of Nebraska-Lincoln] to switch to remote learning? How many signatures? Did UNL administration address the petition?"
As the COVID-19 pandemic began to affect the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the federal government provided no exact plan on what to do.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln officials announced Friday morning that all six temporary suspensions of Greek houses issued on Sept. 7 have ended.
The University Health Center started its annual flu shot clinics Wednesday with a myriad of adaptations for COVID-19, including no more walk-in appointments and a change of location to the Campus Recreation Center. More changes were made to the structure of the clinics based on student feedb…
University of Nebraska-Lincoln officials identified a cluster of seven positive COVID-19 cases at the Phi Kappa Theta fraternity Wednesday.
University of Nebraska-Lincoln officials identified a cluster of six positive COVID-19 cases on the first floor of the Eastside Suites Friday.
At about 5 a.m. every morning, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green wakes up and spends the first few hours of his day thinking about the world, reading and reflecting.
Representatives of Student Affairs emphasized the importance of community and answered questions from student leaders at a town hall Thursday evening.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced Wednesday there are no longer any group quarantines related to COVID-19 on campus, according to Nebraska Today.
In the first month of the semester, University of Nebraska-Lincoln Greek houses have had to navigate keeping members safe from the COVID-19 pandemic while residing in on-campus houses and conducting normal Greek activities.
Fear, anxiety, stress and the nasty smell of an elderly person's home consumed my senses as I took my first steps into the Piper wing of Neihardt Hall, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s isolation housing, on Friday, Sept. 11. I lugged my stuff into my room and took a second to absorb the …
University of Nebraska-Lincoln Chancellor Ronnie Green announced plans for randomized testing of students, faculty and staff in a letter Friday morning.
Six University of Nebraska-Lincoln Greek houses have been placed on temporary suspension effective immediately following large gatherings Monday night, according to Nebraska Today.
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Since March, an on-campus experience at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln has felt uncertain. But, with the help of campus leaders, the UNL community can look forward to a safe return.
On Aug. 12, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln began providing free COVID-19 testing on campus to students, faculty and staff.
Researchers from the University of Nebraska Medical Center and the University of Nebraska Omaha teamed up to develop an app to assess people’s likelihood of having the coronavirus.