The University of Nebraska’s recent presidential search violated the states open meeting law, according to Nebraska Attorney General Doug Peterson.
In an email to faculty Monday, Chancellor Harvey Perlman addressed “the elevated attention nationally to Title IX compliance” and announced his memorandum on the topic, which defines the responsibilities of the university’s Title IX coordinator.
The next time you’re looking for something to do in Lincoln, consider going on a paranormal investigation.
Lincoln Zumba instructors Lincoln are now offering dance classes in The Railyard each Saturday. The classes begin at 9 a.m. and are free and open to the public.
In a landmark decision, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled Friday that the Constitution guarantees the right to same-sex marriage.
When it comes to summer nights, Lincoln is filled with events across the city. Down in the Haymarket, The Railyard hosts various events dependent on its season. This summer, in conjunction with the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center, The Railyard is hosting a six-piece clas...
A fire broke out at the Morrison Center on East Campus around 11:30 a.m. on Friday morning. Preliminary reports suggest the cause was due to an autoclave, a pressure chamber used to sterilize equipment and supplies, said UNPD Chief Owen Yardley.
Just days after announcing that the Nebraska Bookstore at 13th and Q streets will close, the Nebraska Book Company announced that it is selling its entire retail store division, Neebo, to rival Follett Corporation, which owns and operates the University Bookstore in the Neb...
Robber’s Cave, near 10th and High streets in southwest Lincoln, has always been known as the hideout notorious outlaw Jesse James used on one of his escapades.
Prosper Lincoln is asking community members to speak their minds in order to enhance the experience of living in Lincoln.
Pride Month was officially recognized in 1995, but the Heartland Pride Festival has been around for 30 years.
Since the week of final exams for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln students, cases of traffic violations, DWIs, stolen bikes, suspended drivers and hit and runs have kept the UNL Police Department busy, but some less familiar cases have also appeared recently.
University of Nebraska students will see a 1.75 percent tuition increase next year and a 2.5 percent increase the following year, the smallest in nearly three decades following back-to-back tuition freezes.
A proposed merger of the College of Architecture and the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts has been taken off the table, administrators said Thursday, and was not discussed at the Nebraska Board of Regents meeting Friday morning as previously planned.
If there’s one good reason to skip dessert after a dinner in the Haymarket, it’s Ivanna Cone.
From June 8 to June 12, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host the second half of the 15th International Cather Seminar, a biennial event wherein scholars from around the globe gather to celebrate, explore and share the legacy of famed Nebraska author Willa Cather.
The University of Nebraska State Museum at Morrill Hall will host back-to-back events this weekend that aim to educate students in a multi-faceted and engaging way.
University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds has proposed a new budget plan that will leave most resident undergraduate students paying $3.50 more per credit hour next year.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's College of Journalism and Mass Communications recently sent a photo and reporting team to the country of Nicaragua for three weeks as part of the Global Eyewitness program.
Local businesses are inviting all levels of yogis, amateurs and gurs, to focus less on flexibility and more on the sense of community.
In a historic vote Wednesday, the Nebraska Legislature held firm on its decision to repeal the death penalty despite a veto from Gov. Pete Ricketts.
Nebraska lawmakers voted Wednesday to abolish the death penalty.
As the unfortunate passing of a Husker assistant soccer coach makes headlines across local media outlets, the news about the passing of an incredible father, husband and friend hits closer to home for many of us.
Investigators are searching Antelope Creek and Salt Creek for the body of a University of Nebraska-Lincoln student who has been
The Lincoln Police Department is searching for a University of Nebraska-Lincoln student who has been missing for more than a week.
After a dinner of naan, duqot and fried chicken, Mardan Dna sinks into his living room couch while Yazidi wedding music plays in the background.
Hudl, a Lincoln-based software company for athletes and coaches, will officially be getting a new headquarters in the west Haymarket.
With approval still pending from the University of Nebraska Board of Regents, administrators say plans to merge the College of Architecture and the College of Fine and Performing Arts are underway.
For alumni visiting the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, the Nebraska Union might be almost unrecognizable.
Students of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have made adjustments in the paths they take to classes, switched up their regular study spot and seen a few trees felled because of recent construction.
A string of vandalisms, an assault at the Phi Gamma Delta fraternity house and a report of a disturbing Craigslist ad concerning a University of Nebraska-Lincoln student were in the university police reports this week.
When Harvey Perlman celebrates his 74th birthday next January, he’ll also be gaining a unique distinction: UNL’s oldest-ever chancellor.
While students are stressing over finals next week, voters will flock to the polls for a citywide election.
This July, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department plans to host its first-ever training on LGBT issues for officers, dispatchers and civilian staff, in collaboration with UNL’s LGBTQA+ Resource Center.
The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska began its Wednesday night meeting with roll call and a tour of the nearly completed East Campus Recreation Center.
Two faculty members from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are among the survivors of the 7.8-magnitude earthquake that tore through Nepal last weekend.
The groundbreaking for the new Veterinary Diagnostic Center on University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus is Wednesday afternoon.
A new study conducted by University of Nebraska-Lincoln sociology professor Lisa Kort-Butler states delinquency and reckless behavior as a teenager can be linked to poor health care received as a youth.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Outdoor Adventures Center has made campus a little more bike-friendly, and now the center has an award to prove it.
In an effort to get people up and moving from their usual desk jobs, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Campus Recreation is taking part in National Walk@Lunch Day on Wednesday.