Unkissed Kisses

Unkissed Kisses

Unkissed Kisses LGBTQ+ Literature & the 150+ Year History of the University of Nebraska In 1970, the University of Nebraska became the first state University to offer a fully approved course in LGBTQ studies, a project initiated by gay scholar and activist Louis...
H Alice Howell: A Woman’s Journey Through the Early 20th Century

H Alice Howell: A Woman’s Journey Through the Early 20th Century

H Alice Howell A Woman's Journey Through the Early 20th Century A Force for Change During the Victorian Era and through the Edwardian age, men dominated theatre and the dramatic arts. This was no different in Lincoln, where men operated the two major theatres and...
Women’s Resource Center: Helping Students Since 1971

Women’s Resource Center: Helping Students Since 1971

Women’s Resource Center Helping Students Since 1971 Introduction Timeline Issues Support Conclusion Bibliography Introduction Since opening in the Union in 1971, the Women’s Resource Center has been a staple of campus life at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln....
Messenger of Death: UNL & the Fight Against the “Spanish Flu”

Messenger of Death: UNL & the Fight Against the “Spanish Flu”

The Messenger of Death: UNL and the Fight against the “Spanish Flu” In the fall of 1918, students at the University of Nebraska faced an unprecedented time. World War I raged on, supply rationing was in full force, and rumors circulated about a terrifying invisible...
Playing through a Pandemic

Playing through a Pandemic

Playing Through a Pandemic: Football, Flu, and the 1918 Nebraska Cornhuskers The 1918 football season at Nebraska was a hectic one. Chancellor Samuel Avery and many faculty members had taken service appointments during World War I, and many returning players were at...