Tim Garth was asked to create a piece representing the state of Nebraska for the Unity Flag Project. His painting is currently on display at Belmont University, the site of Thursday’s presidential debate.
Organized as part of Domestic Violence Awareness Month, the event raised money for the S.A.F.E. Center, which provides free and confidential services for people impacted by dating and domestic violence, human trafficking, sexual assault and stalking.
Haussermann provides technology assistance to support hardware and software in a variety of academic settings, manages the Helpdesk and tech coordinators in the College of Arts and Sciences and College of Education and is UNK’s SAP security coordinator.
Located in Mitchell Center, the studio features all the bells and whistles found in a professional TV newsroom, including a lighting system, switchboard, news desk, flat-screen monitors, multicamera setup and retractable green, white and black screens.
UNK celebrated homecoming week with a “Next Frontier” Wild West theme. Activities included a lawn display competition and pep rally, Loper Spirit March, lip-sync contest and royalty crowning. The Loper football, volleyball and swim teams also competed in scrimmages.