Grad's Nebraska story not finished yet
Natalie Jones is wistful and proud when she speaks of her family’s homestead, Diamond Bar Ranch. As a fifth-generation Nebraskan and rancher, she hopes to eventually move back and help run the sprawling cow-calf operation, established in 1901 north of Stapleton in the Sandhills.

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Greek chapters host trick or treat for kids
Fraternities and sororities at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln will host Greek Street Trick-or-Treat from 4:30 to 6 p.m. Oct. 25. The event will include 22 Greek houses participating along with 17 candy booths in the Nebraska Union.

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Cornstock makes a comeback, kicks off homecoming weekend
The smell of funnel cake and grilled corn filled the air, while the lights of the stage and the ferris wheel illuminated the carnival games and attractions. UNL students, families and Lincoln community members attended the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s 2019 Cornstock Festival to kick off homecoming weekend.

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Looking back: N150 Homecoming
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln combined historic campus traditions with modern twists to present a Husker homecoming like no other. Celebrating the university's 150th anniversary, the 2019 Homecoming featured an expanded slate of events, a rejuvenated Cornstock festival, the university's largest parade ever, a live performance by "The Voice" finalist Hannah Huston, and many family-friendly opportunities.

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Homecoming yard displays celebrate Nebraska's 150th year
Greek yard displays are one of the oldest, most recognizable traditions of homecoming week at the University of Nebraska–Lincoln.

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N150 celebration spurs homecoming expansion

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Annual Multicultural Greek Stroll Off finds new home at Lied Center
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s annual Multicultural Greek Stroll Off will make its Lied Center for Performing Arts debut on Saturday, Sept. 21.

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Well-being, welcoming attitude among top priorities for new Greek director
To Leigh Thiedeman, being the director of the Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is about more than improving the program. It’s about being a support system and establishing bonds between Greek life members and staff.

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86 individuals. 1,340 combined hours of service.

A round of applause to our Student Affairs team members honored at the Celebration of Service for their service and fortitude to the university. Each day our staff impact the lives of students, helping them to be their best.

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New group to focus on campus safety, reducing sexual assaults, supporting victims
The University of Nebraska–Lincoln is forming a campuswide working group to advise and improve efforts to address sexual assault and harassment on campus.

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