The MIAA will create a Conference Community Culture Task Force that will begin work immediately. The MIAA office is currently accepting self-nominations from student-athletes, coaches, administrators, and faculty members to construct the group which will focus on equitable participation and respectfully conducting events.
The Nebraska State Fair continues and visitors can still indulge in some fair food. In all there will be eleven vendors on site serving up a deep fried and amplified experience! Among the vendors are Cactus Jack’s, Hawaiian Chill, Freund Family Food, The Heartland United Way, The Nebraska Cattlemen’s Beef Pit, Hardenbrook Concessions, Ol’ Country Kettle Corn, The UNL Dairy Store, The Secret Garden, Pizza Hut, and Papa Tom’s. Many of the food vendors will be open each day from 10am-9pm. The final day, Monday September 7th, food vendors will close at 3pm.
Kearney High Violist Matthew Dahlke will join some of the best musicians in the country to play in the National Association for Music Education National Honors Orchestra. Dahlke is one of about 15 violists from across the U.S. selected to participate. Dahlke is pursuing a music career. He plans to study music education in college and pursue a Master’s Degree in conducting at the Curtis Institute.
Keep yourself safe in these times AND show your Husker Spirit! Husker probiotic, easy breathe, and disposable masks are NOW available in multiple styles and sizes! Check them out now at the shop at www.huskermax.com