"Physical Insights into Nature's Way of Making Materials", presented by Dr. James J. De Yoreo, Pacific Northwest National Laboratory. Open to the public. Co-sponsored by Center for Nanohybrid Functional Materials(CNFM)
The UNL Student Observatory is open to the public the third Friday of the month from Jan 24-Apr 18. Come by yourself, bring your kids, or take a date! Whether you want to casually stop by for a few minutes or spend an hour observing, the presenter will show currently prominent objects in the sky, such as our Moon, other planets, and even nebulae and star clusters, through our various telescopes.
When: Every third Friday (Jan 24, Feb 21, Mar 21, Apr 18)
Where: Top of Stadium Drive Garage on City Campus
WEATHER PERMITTING. For the most current update, check out our Twitter feed: https://twitter.com/ObservatoryUNL
Don't hesitate to email Marina at email@example.com with any questions! During the observatory's open hours, the observatory phone is 402-472-4728.
Join the Women's Center for a brief performance by Troupe Sicorae from 9 Muses Studio, a co-op of artists and performers who have come together to take creative risks and empower themselves through creative movement. Then learn the basics of tribal style belly dance—a melting pot of ancient dance techniques including those from North India, the Middle East, and Africa. No experience required! Wear comfortable clothing you can move easily in.
An undercover look into activism, adolescence and abstinence in the pro-life movement. Written & performed by Madeline Burrows, directed by Emma Weinstein.
Tickets: $10/students & low income; $20/general.
May be purchased at mombabygod.com/schedule or Haymarket Theatre Box Office which opens at 7 p.m.
Sponsored by UNL International Socialist Club, UNL Students for Sexual Health, Students Advocating Gender Equality (SAGE), Black Cat House, Students for Choice, ISO-Lincoln, and The Hot Mess.