UNL's student union to get a recruitment friendly makeover
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's student union Friday. Chancellor Harvey Perlman came up with the idea of redeveloping the site, and now a Milwaukee-based firm has submitted three redevelopment plans. At top, graduate student Matt Goeser, 23, front, and senior Phillip Chmidt, 22, center, study Friday in the common area of the union's second floor. Students' input was sought for the redevelopment, and they cited concerns such as a lack of lounge space.
Posted: Monday, April 22, 2013 12:00 am
LINCOLN — The Nebraska Union may be getting a face-lift.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has received three redevelopment plans from a Milwaukee-based architecture firm, Workshop Architects, for the student union. They range from a simple west addition to the union to a complete tear-down and redesign of the middle sections of the building.
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Monday, April 22, 2013 12:00 am.