On behalf of the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs’ Character Council and in light of recent national events, we would like to explain what a true Husker is:
A true Husker shows open-mindedness. They are eager to learn and accept other’s ideas even when they are different from their own. They do not discriminate based off of race, ethnicity, nationality, gender identity, sexual orientation, religious affiliation, disability, military or veteran status, age or other characteristics. A true Husker shows respect. They show deference to their peers, and to the community. They are conscious of their actions and the way they affect those around them. They do not stand for the disrespect of their peers and others. A true Husker shows commitment. They are faithful to their morals, and encourage others to become involved and engaged. They do not become complacent with what is easy, and instead strive for what is right. A true Husker shows citizenship. They are active members on the campus and in the community while they develop global citizenship through knowledge, action and service. They do not hesitate to stand up for what they believe in. A true Husker shows dependability. They follow through on their responsibilities personally, academically and professionally. They do not allow others to abandon their moral obligations. A true Husker shows caring. They take an active role in the lives of others, and show genuine interest in their wellbeing. They are determined to remain inclusive and show kindness when dealing with people from all walks of life. They do not allow others to suffer in silence, they speak up when they hear or see something that is inappropriate or discriminatory and they willingly intervene when someone is in need of help. Integrity is part of being a Husker. #ShowYourRed by changing your profile picture and signing the pledgeto take action in becoming a true Husker.
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