The first annual Senior Celebration was held on Thursday, April 16th to recognize student-athletes that will be graduating in May and August of 2015.
Proud letterwinner alums Kenny Wilhite (1992) and Jami Kubik-Hagedorn (1998) enjoyed sharing life perspective, leadership advice and career insights at the most recent Inner Circle meeting.
The sixth annual Networking Night was held on Wednesday, February 11th providing second year student-athletes the chance to network with 15 outstanding professionals from diverse fields.
When De'Mornay Pierson-El spotted a Nebraska letterwinners' jacket for the first time on UNL's campus, "I knew I wanted one, and I knew not everybody can have one," the Huskers' All-America freshman
Super Bowl XLIX proved to a memorable event in many ways. In partnership with the Lincoln Food Bank, Nebraska student-athletes helped organize the first-annual Souper Bowl of Caring Food Drive.
In continuing efforts to address relevant topics of particular importance to college students, the Nebraska Life Skills Department has hosted multiple Financial Education Seminars this fall semester.
The third annual Life Skills Sportsmanship Pep Rally was held on Friday, November 7th at the Bob Devaney Sports Center impacting approximately 2,000 middle schoolers from over 40 schools across the state of Nebraska.
The Nebraska Life Skills department is hosting the third annual Life Skills Sportsmanship Pep Rally alongside the Nebraska High School Sports Hall of Fame Foundation on Friday, Nov. 7 from 10:30 a.m. until noon at the Bob Devaney Sports Center.
Hero can be a misunderstood word. Some reserve it for those who risk their lives to protect our country. Some use it to describe valiant actions that save lives. In simple terms for Nebraska Athletics
For 79 first-time Nebraska letterwinners, Sunday was a big day, a rite of passage, and an opportunity to receive what they've worked so hard to get – a Nebraska letter jacket with a cream-colored "N"
Nearly 100 individuals left the fall 2014 N Club Social impressed and eager to embrace the upcoming Husker Baseball and Softball seasons.
Husker Heroes targets youth with special needs. Over 300 special needs children and their family members totaling over 1,100 guests could not have been more excited to be a part of the annual event.