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During the fall of 1946, University of Omaha students hang out between classes, east of the current Arts and Sciences Hall.

This Week in Campus History

"Nebraskans say NO to nuclear arms race" were the words on a banner strung up across the pedestrian overpass on Dodge St. in a picture accompanying a Sept. 12, 1984, Gateway article.  "National Freeze Friday" was to protest the nuclear arms race taking place during the 1980s. The purpose of the event was to encourage Omahans to take an anti-nuke stance on Election Day by voting for candidates in favor of a nuclear arms freeze. Responses by drivers were mostly positive as many honked their horns, cheered or gave a "thumbs up" sign to the protestors.

Date: Sept. 25, 1984
Source: The Gateway
Compiled by Criss Library Archives

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Simple. Create an image exactly 275px wide by 183px high. Now you can copy the 'put this code in your page <body>' section below. Change the <img src'"_______"> (in bold) so that it points to your image - and don't forget to change the 'alt' tag (in bold) as well. Now edit the headline and text (don't change the paragraph classes). Edit the links if needed (again, don't change the paragraph class), and if not just delete that paragraph. Don't mess with any of the other parts of the code.

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<div class="history">
  <img alt="History Photo" src="http://www.unomaha.edu/enotes/2007/img/twich0904.jpg" width="275" height="183" />
  <div class="feat_txt">
    <p class="box_77"><em>During the fall of 1946, University of Omaha students hang out between classes, east of the current Arts and Sciences Hall.</em></p>
    <p class="box_77"><strong>This Week in Campus History</strong></p>
    <p class="box_77">"Nebraskans say NO to nuclear arms race" were the words on a banner strung up across the pedestrian overpass on Dodge St. in a picture accompanying a Sept. 12, 1984, <em>Gateway</em> article. "National Freeze Friday" was to protest the nuclear arms race taking place during the 1980s. The purpose of the event was to encourage Omahans to take an anti-nuke stance on Election Day by voting for candidates in favor of a nuclear arms freeze. Responses by drivers were mostly positive as many honked their horns, cheered or gave a "thumbs up" sign to the protestors.</p>
    <p class="box_77">Date: Sept. 25, 1984<br />
Source: <em>The Gateway</em><br />
Compiled by Criss Library Archives</p>
    <p class="fineprint"><a href="http://www.unomaha.edu/">Got Links?</a> | <a href="http://www.unomaha.edu/">UNO</a></p>
  </div>
</div>

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