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Mini-Golf in the Law Library

In Check This Out on September 17, 2015 at 4:07 pm

Schmid Law Library hosted our 11th annual Mel Shinn Day mini-golf course on Friday, September 11th as part of the Mel Shinn Day events at the University of Nebraska College of Law. Over 90 people (some more than once) played the nine-hole course set on two floors of the library. A big THANK YOU to the law library staff for helping set up the course. See you next year!

Hole 1

Hole 3

Hole 4

Hole 9

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Mini-golf @SchmidLibrary?!

In Check This Out on September 3, 2014 at 3:17 pm

Mel Shinn day 13, RoscoeMel Shinn Day, the annual fun activity day to honor UNL College of Law alumni Mel Shinn, is Friday, September 12th. As part of the activities, Schmid Law Library is hosting our Mel Shinn Day mini-golf course in the library. The 9-hole course is set up over two floors with a challenging elevator hole to navigate (Hole 7) as well as the castle (Hole 4).

The course is open from 8:00 AM-3:00 PM, tee times are first come, first serve.

Hole 9, Mel Shinn 2013Castle hole 5

Mini-Golf in @SchmidLibrary

In News & Notes on September 19, 2013 at 1:24 pm

It’s that time of year, Mel Shinn Day is Friday, September 20th. As part of the festivities, Schmid Law Library is hosting our 9th annual miniature golf course. There are 9 holes covering the first and second floor of the library. Tee times run from 8:00AM – 3:00PM, first-come, first-serve for those interested in planning.

An interesting fact about our course: library staff have “adopted” a hole to set-up and decorate – see if you can determine who is responsible for a particular mini-golf hole.

Roscoe sez: are you ready for some mini-golf!?!

9th annual mini-golf

 

Mini-Golf in the Library?

In Check This Out on September 14, 2012 at 3:06 pm

Today is Mel Shinn Day at NU Law College; as part of the festivities, Schmid Law Library sets up 9 holes of mini-golf in the library.  This is the eight year we’ve hosted mini-golf, each year the course decorations improve and the fun increases – especially as conversation about the event has created a tradition.