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When Clare Umutoni made the immeasurable move to the United States from Rwanda as an international student in the fall of 2019, she said she expected a rewarding journey full of personal and academic growth. What she didn’t anticipate was living in America during a global pandemic, online cl…

All students are eligible to apply for a refund of the Fund “A” portion of their student fees beginning Aug. 17 and ending Sept. 30, 2020. Students claiming and receiving a refund will lose benefits provided by Fund “A” users during the fall semester, 2020-2021. (See box at right.)

I have found one of the most difficult parts about dating while also social distancing is finding activities we can both enjoy while staying safe. After spending five months apart and now dealing with the monotony of online classes, I find it extra important to spend quality time with my sig…

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In Week 2 of NFL action, there were 19 former Nebraska football players active on NFL rosters. 

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Fear, anxiety, stress and the nasty smell of an elderly person's home consumed my senses as I took my first steps into the Piper wing of Neihardt Hall, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s isolation housing, on Friday, Sept. 11. I lugged my stuff into my room and took a second to absorb the …

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln student bent down to pet somebody’s dog, and the dog nipped her on Sept. 16 in front of the Nebraska Union, according to Sgt. Margot Nason of the UNL Police Department.

“The Devil All the Time” is a Netflix original film based on the 2011 novel that tells the interconnected story of seven people who are all from Knockemstiff, Ohio. While the gothic tale brings out fantastic performances from its cast, it lacks a compelling story and drive that keeps the aud…

I knew next to nothing about “Yes, God, Yes” when walking into my screening of the film, which opens at the Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center this weekend. I hadn’t watched a trailer, heard anything about its plot or even seen something as little as a Rotten Tomatoes score. I went in comple…

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Most US Senators up for reelection this fall are frantically trying to persuade voters that their opponent is either a fascist or a communist. Sen. Ben Sasse of Nebraska, meanwhile, is going up against a sexual harasser and a last-minute Democrat write-in candidate, six years after winning h…

Each week, The Daily Nebraskan will look to fill the void of no football season by examining a previous season in program history, looking at key moments, players or storylines. Previous editions recapped the inaugural 1890 season, 1940 Rose Bowl team and the 1962 team, Bob Devaney’s first y…

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Recruiting season for the class of 2022 opened up just a couple of weeks ago and Nebraska is leading the charge with offers. The Huskers have already offered 259 players for the 2022 class, and that number will only go up as important recruiting deadlines get closer.

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In the opening weekend of NFL action, Nebraska had a strong showing, with 18 Huskers active on game day rosters in week one. Former Huskers had big impacts in games over the weekend.  

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In the popular culture landscape, few celebrities have managed to build as much hype and momentum around a product as Travis Scott. Scott has seen collaborations with Nike on several famous pairs of shoes and partnered with General Mills to be featured on the front of a Reese’s Puffs cereal …

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American voters this year are faced with the same choice as they were in 2016: a choice between right wing proto-fascist populism and neoliberalism. While in 2016 convincing arguments could be made that perhaps a Donald Trump presidency would not be as bad as his rhetoric implied, in the las…

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Love, sex and relationships have been considered by many to be some of the most mysterious and confusing human experiences in existence. Books, podcasts, seminars and whole classes have been dedicated and manufactured in order to help people piece together the enigma of love and relationships. 

Due to the precautions taken at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for COVID-19, students are spending more and more time in their rooms, studying for online or hybrid classes. While it’s great that the university has taken these safety measures to keep students and faculty safe, sometimes s…

On Friday, students received an alert of a possible armed subject around the area of 22nd and W Streets. Later on, students received another alert that the subject was seen leaving the University of Nebraska-Lincoln City Campus riding a bike, wearing a beanie and beige jacket and carrying a …

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While many faculty respondents supported aspects of the Forward to Fall Guiding Framework, most had reservations about the overall plan and many expressed negative opinions about the plan, according to a survey done by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln chapter of the American Association of…

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Over the past few years it’s become apparent that Disney is all-in on making live-action remakes of their classic animated movies. When looking at the massive box-office successes of the new live-action “Beauty and the Beast,” “The Lion King” and “Aladdin,” it’s easy to see why. 

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Each week, The Daily Nebraskan will look to fill the void of no football season by examining a previous season in program history, looking at key moments, players or storylines. Previous editions recapped the inaugural 1890 season and 1940 Rose Bowl team. On the docket this week is the 1962 …

Clouds, rain and lightning bolts are hovering over this week of classes, poised as a gloomy reminder of the lack of a Labor Day long weekend. The forecast looks forlorn, but as they say, beauty is in the eye of the beholder. We’re choosing to embrace the doom, strap on our oversized galoshes…

We’ve all gained a new piece of wardrobe these past few months: masks. From homemade masks to the old pulling-your-shirt-over-your-face routine, some just have to go. Whether your mask compliments your style or only fills the campus face covering requirement, they can be a game changer for y…

The Daily Nebraskan's COVID team will be a new way of covering the coronavirus at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Amid many questions and uncertainties, editors Zach Wendling and David Berman will form a team of reporters dedicated to covering the pandemic on campus. Today, Wendling and …

An unknown man announces the weather at the upcoming football game before announcing the start of the national anthem. Instead of people rising, shots of empty football stadiums dominate the rest of Democratic candidate Joe Biden’s ad before ending with a statement.

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A non-affiliate hacker made some derogatory comments about someone’s gender identity in a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Zoom class, according to Sgt. Margot Nason.

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln community has a lot of questions, and The Daily Nebraskan has answers. Using this page, we will continue to update you on campus happenings by answering the questions you asked us and providing any other information we find valuable. 

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There’s nothing like the cool hands of fate wrapped around your heart when you scroll through social media and find engagement photos of people you went to high school with. To be fair, it’s not chilling in the sense of envy, but more in the scary way that we’re all coming to the age where p…

The summer of 2020 was something of a whirlwind. From simmering socio-political turmoil to the ongoing fight against COVID-19, this past summer was one that could conceivably end up in a history book in its own right. 

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The national title was set. No. 1 Nebraska against No. 2 Florida and predictions were split on the winner. One point that Lee Corso emphasized was that the game was on grass. Nebraska played most of its games on AstroTurf, while Florida had played on grass all year.

English electronic-dance-house duo Disclosure is no stranger to success. The group first catapulted into commercial success with its 2013 BRIT Awards-nominated album “Settle,” a project rife with EDM and pop-infused bangers like the smash hit “Latch,” featuring Sam Smith.

Let’s cut right to the chase — a lot is going on right now. Whether it be civil unrest around the country, the seemingly never-ending threat of COVID-19 or the clashing of Democrats and Republicans leading up to the 2020 presidential election, there will always be issues that seek to divide us.

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On Aug. 26, two female UNL students were walking on the sidewalk outside Love Library when a non-affiliate male exposed himself to the victims, according to Sgt. Margot Nason of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department.

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After a long summer of closed movie theaters and moviegoers watching whatever could be found on Netflix, The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center has fired up its projectors and reopened its doors to eager patrons. The theater reopened Aug. 21 with two new movies, “The Truth” and “John Lewis: …

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Competition and endless miles throughout the year is what most runners wouldn’t give up by choice. However, many Nebraska runners have had to deal with the cancellation of both the track and field season in March and the cross country season this fall.

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In an alternate timeline, thousands clad in scarlet and cream would descend upon Memorial Stadium in just over a week to ring in another season of Nebraska football. As the first notes of “Sirius” would blare from stadium loudspeakers, signaling the start of the Tunnel Walk, fans would leave…

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When movie theaters closed down in the spring, it made reviewing new movies kind of difficult. In order to keep writing about films, I started doing a series of Rewind Reviews, reviews of older films I hadn’t seen before. Even though theaters are reopening now, I had a lot of fun writing tho…

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A non-affiliate hacker made some derogatory comments about someone’s gender identity in a University of Nebraska-Lincoln Zoom class, according to Sgt. Margot Nason.

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln community has a lot of questions, and The Daily Nebraskan has answers. Using this page, we will continue to update you on campus happenings by answering the questions you asked us and providing any other information we find valuable. 

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There’s nothing like the cool hands of fate wrapped around your heart when you scroll through social media and find engagement photos of people you went to high school with. To be fair, it’s not chilling in the sense of envy, but more in the scary way that we’re all coming to the age where p…

The summer of 2020 was something of a whirlwind. From simmering socio-political turmoil to the ongoing fight against COVID-19, this past summer was one that could conceivably end up in a history book in its own right. 

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The national title was set. No. 1 Nebraska against No. 2 Florida and predictions were split on the winner. One point that Lee Corso emphasized was that the game was on grass. Nebraska played most of its games on AstroTurf, while Florida had played on grass all year.

English electronic-dance-house duo Disclosure is no stranger to success. The group first catapulted into commercial success with its 2013 BRIT Awards-nominated album “Settle,” a project rife with EDM and pop-infused bangers like the smash hit “Latch,” featuring Sam Smith.

Let’s cut right to the chase — a lot is going on right now. Whether it be civil unrest around the country, the seemingly never-ending threat of COVID-19 or the clashing of Democrats and Republicans leading up to the 2020 presidential election, there will always be issues that seek to divide us.

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On Aug. 26, two female UNL students were walking on the sidewalk outside Love Library when a non-affiliate male exposed himself to the victims, according to Sgt. Margot Nason of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department.

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After a long summer of closed movie theaters and moviegoers watching whatever could be found on Netflix, The Mary Riepma Ross Media Arts Center has fired up its projectors and reopened its doors to eager patrons. The theater reopened Aug. 21 with two new movies, “The Truth” and “John Lewis: …

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Competition and endless miles throughout the year is what most runners wouldn’t give up by choice. However, many Nebraska runners have had to deal with the cancellation of both the track and field season in March and the cross country season this fall.

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In an alternate timeline, thousands clad in scarlet and cream would descend upon Memorial Stadium in just over a week to ring in another season of Nebraska football. As the first notes of “Sirius” would blare from stadium loudspeakers, signaling the start of the Tunnel Walk, fans would leave…

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When movie theaters closed down in the spring, it made reviewing new movies kind of difficult. In order to keep writing about films, I started doing a series of Rewind Reviews, reviews of older films I hadn’t seen before. Even though theaters are reopening now, I had a lot of fun writing tho…