Students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are picking up “perls” of knowledge from Chancellor Harvey Perlman.
A week ago, Perlman started using his Twitter account to promote a new campaign called Harvey’s "Perls of Knowledge."
He released the first video on Monday.
”I think they're pretty funny,” said Jacob Kruse, a junior at UNL. “It's a good way for us to see Harvey's personality."
With topics ranging from a possible zombie apocalypse to Kevin Bacon, Perlman shows his sense of humor in his videos, and it has students all over campus talking.
"It makes it seem like UNL is a fun atmosphere,” said Katherine Kruse, a freshman at UNL, “which it really is, and it portrays that really well."
Students are baffled as to why the videos began, but some guess it’s a way for Perlman to relate to the student body.
The "Perls of Knowledge" campaign is supposed to promote UNL and attract students worldwide.
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