Throughout the spring, Maxwell Arboretum on East Campus changes constantly. Keep up with what's blooming with Special Projects Research Horticulturist and former arboretum Grounds Supervisor Emily Levine. We'll see the earliest small bulbs, later blooming daffodils and tulips, spring-flowering trees and shrubs like magnolias, dogwoods, amelanchiers, crabapples, viburnums, lilacs, and rhododendrons.
Darwin is a truly unique and innovative theater experience where electroluminescent crayon-like creatures light up the stage with a heart-rending tale of a dinosaur discovering the true meaning of love. Join us 90 minutes before the performance for food, entertainment and activities at LiedFamFest, a free party for all ticketholders!
Throughout 2010, symphony orchestras around the world are celebrating the 150th birthday of the Austrian symphonic master Gustav Mahler. University of Nebraska-Lincoln Symphony Orchestra becomes the only orchestra in Nebraska to join in the worldwide celebration, with a concert of Mahler’s music featuring the composer’s beloved Adagietto for strings and harp and his epic Symphony No. 1 (“Titan”).
The concert is conducted by UNL Director of Orchestral Activities Tyler Goodrich White. Admission is $5, $3 for students and seniors.