Bringing Students Together: The Nebraska Union 1936 - 1939
During the mid-1930s, a revolution took place on campus. One that wasn't violent, or even really demonstrated. One that would result in a building being built on campus for one purpose: to bring the students of the University of Nebraska at Lincoln together under one roof for any activity desired.
Before browsing the website, please take a look at the overview of this project, and the purpose behind it.
The Student Union is the centerpoint on the City Campus of the University of Nebraska.
There are many documents and records of many people talking about how they would love a place specifically for students to leisure. Many people, such as Chancellor Burnett, K. F. Van Sant, and others talk about their own opinions of the Student Union.
The Union's significance as it relates to us today.
My sources for this project.