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Meet and unwind at the Sheldon Museum of Art with self-guided artistic creation and mindfulness activities in a calm and welcoming space.

National Coming Out Day photo booth
Monday October 11 | 11 am – 1 pm | Nebraska Union
Celebrate yourself in this photo booth hosted by the LGBTQA + Center, complete with National Nightlife Day backgrounds, photo props, and printed photos of you and your friends to take home.

Virtual university job fair
Tuesday 12 and Wednesday 13 October | 12 p.m. – 4 p.m. | Hand shake
If you missed the in-person career fair, this is your chance to meet employers from all areas of academia about employment and internship opportunities.

University Majors Fair
Wednesday October 13 | 12:30 pm – 2:00 pm | Nebraska Union Place
Explore your options for academic majors through conversations with staff at various UNL colleges. Stop during the event to gather information in an informal setting.

Drop off and unzip at Sheldon
Thursday October 14 | 4 p.m. – 8 p.m. | Sheldon Art Museum
Come to this student night to unwind with self-guided artistic creation and mindfulness activities in a calm and welcoming space.

IGNITE with Robert Twomey
Friday October 15 | 12:30 p.m. – 1:50 p.m. | College of Emerging Media Arts, Room 101
Communion and cohabitation: how to best prepare for a future to live, work and learn with machines? This lecture, featuring Assistant Professor of Emerging Media Arts Robert Twomey, explores the relationships fostered by integrated, embodied (robotic) and intelligent (AI) computational technologies through the prism of emerging media arts practice.

Nebraska Representative: ShakesFear
Friday October 15 – Sunday October 17 | Various times | Temple Building, Studio Theater
Get your ticket for this immersive theatrical experience and step into the insane mind of William Shakespeare. Go on a heart-wrenching journey to retrieve one of Shakespeare’s lost pieces. To escape a spell cast by the Weird Sisters, you’ll have to face off against a murderous king, intrusive fairies, hideous ghosts, and a bloodthirsty bloodthirsty butcher!

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