Feb. 8 presentation focuses on the vibrant history of arts and culture in Kearney

The Kearney Creates project documents “the transformative character of our artists and the Kearney community” in…

Travel back in time during lecture on Kearney street railway

First horse-drawn and later electrified, Kearney’s street railway brought a feeling of modernity and innovation to…

With help from UNK history professor, actor Bradley Whitford uncovers Nebraska connection

Nathan Tye appeared on the most recent episode of “Who Do You Think You Are?” an…

‘Essential Yet Unseen’: New Frank Museum exhibit focuses on 1890s servant life

The exhibit will be unveiled 1-4 p.m. Saturday during a public reception. The free event includes…

UNK assistant professor Nathan Tye receives History Nebraska award for hobo research

Tye's article, “Billy Clubs and Vagrancy Laws: Confronting the ‘Plague of Hobos’ in Nebraska, 1870s-1930s," appeared…