The Social Science Club/ Phi Alpha Theta will host the Murder Mystery Event again this year on April 7, 2018. The theme will be pirates! For more info contact Samantha Jackson
Dr. Jim Nevitt will talk about his journey in surviving alcohol addiction and recovery. What risk he had taken through his journey and what people can do to reduce those risks. Learn skills and resources for someone in recovery or someone wanting to support others in the recovery process.
Curt Tomasevicz: “Have no Fear”
Tuesday, April 10, 2018 at 7 pm in the Al Wheeler Activity Center (AWAC)
Curt Tomasevicz grew up in Shelby, Nebraska, a small town of nearly 700 people. While attending UNL, Curt played running back and linebacker for the Huskers, earning most of his playing time on special teams. Curt holds a bachelor and master’s degree in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Astrophysics from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
During his first season of bobsledding, Tomasevicz landed on the World Cup circuit, consistently pushing on the USA II sled. He made his Olympic debut in Torino in 2006, sliding to sixth place in the four-man competition. His biggest achievement came in February at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, Canada, when he, Steve Holcomb, Justin Olsen, and Steve Mesler raced the “Night Train” to the first American four-man Olympic title in 62 years.
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