The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is a land-grant university. Land-grant universities were established by the Morrill Act of 1862, which granted acres of federal land to state universities as long as the universities followed criteria of training and research that would give back to the state.
Larsen Tractor Museum
Formerly the Lester F. Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum, the name was shortened in 2010 to Larsen Tractor Museum. This museum is a facility of the University of Nebraska State Museum. The Lester F. Larsen Tractor Test and Power Museum was established in 1980 to showcase technological advancements in agricultural technology and is housed in the original Nebraska Tractor Test facility at 35th and Fair streets on East Campus
Often the preferred form for a person from -- or whose ancestors were from -- a Spanish-speaking land or culture or from Latin America. Latina is the feminine form. Follow the person’s preference. Use a more specific identification when possible.
Law, College of
The formal name is the University of Nebraska College of Law. Nebraska Law is acceptable on second reference. The college is in McCollum Hall on East Campus.
Lentz Collection for Asian Culture
This is a museum within the Hixson-Lied College of Fine and Performing Arts. It is dedicated to the study of Asian culture and is at 1155 Q St. in Hewit Place.
Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer/Questioning, Asexual/Aromantic and Ally/Advocate Resource Center
Can be called the LGBTQA+ resource center on second reference.
Use fewer when referring to items that can be counted; use less when referring to quantity, value, degree or amount.
Fewer students failed the entrance exam.
Lincoln got less rain this year than last year.
Lied Center for Performing Arts/Lied Center
This university facility on City Campus. “Lied Center” is acceptable on second reference. Notice there’s no “the” in the name.
The newer of the university’s sports mascots; Lil’ Red’s role is fan entertainment; Herbie Husker is the traditional Husker mascot.