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Back in 2018, many of you stepped in to help when the Daily Nebraskan needed it the most. Student fees were under attack, raising the possibility the DN wouldn’t receive its share of annual funding.

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As we begin the spring 2022 semester, now is an excellent opportunity to reflect on the fall, a robust and eventful time for The Daily Nebraskan. A whirlwind of a semester led to fantastic opportunities and challenging obstacles to overcome for the entire editorial team. 

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A few years ago, the Daily Nebraskan established its first Hall of Fame. Fast forward to now and the Hall of Fame has a physical home in the Nebraska Student Union on City Campus. 

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Who were the greatest DN staff members of all time? Nominate them to the DN Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame honors DN alumni who have substantially and positively affected their communities and DN staffs that made marks on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus during their tenures. A clas…

It isn’t often that I watch a show merely for the bizarre outfits. However, over Christmas break, I found myself huddled hermit-style on my couch, drinking gallons of wine while marathon watching Netflix’s “Emily in Paris.” The only breaks I took were to periodically call my best friends and…

The launch of the 2022 video game season began, which means that the gaming community has a whole year worth of shiny new games to look forward to. Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six Extraction, released on Jan. 20, kicked off the new year by being one of the first big name games to launch in 2022. 

Although many students were off campus throughout winter break at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, terroristic threats, concealed weapons, vandalism and other crimes continued both on and off campus.

Every genre of music has experienced controversy over what can and cannot be considered true to the origins of that musical category. However, I have never seen a genre debated so often and so ferociously as that of the country variety. Since becoming a country music fan myself four years ag…

Between Jan. 16-22, the most frequently reported crime to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department was minor in possession of alcohol with three reports, according to UNLPD’s Daily Crime & Fire Log.

Every time January rolls around, millions of resolutions are created by people aspiring for a healthier lifestyle and to make this year the best one yet. Whether you have a mental list or sticky notes on the walls, how many of these resolutions will actually be fulfilled? Instead of quietly …

Just like that, another winter break has come and gone. Whether we’d like to admit it or not, it’s time to get back into a school routine. The best thing about the beginning of a new semester is the promise of a clean slate. You get to start anew, create better study habits, find a schedule …

While the weather for the first week of class was frigid with temperatures as low as 1 degree, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students heated things up with hot outfits and even hotter goals for the 2022 year. 

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After less than a week into the spring 2022 semester at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln — amid strained hospital capacity in Lancaster County and a surge in UNL COVID-19 cases brought on by the Omicron variant — some students are skeptical of the new year.

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Editor's Note: On Friday, Jan. 21, the Nebraska women's basketball program announced that Sunday's game against Illinois has been postponed due to health and safety issues within the Huskers' program. The Big Ten is working with both programs to reschedule the contest for a later date. The o…

After a month-and-a-half hiatus, Scarlet Fever is back! This week, host Grant Hansen and co-host Landon Wirt break down Nebraska football's busy winter, then discuss Husker men's and women's basketball programs trending in opposite directions. Landon and Grant close the show with a breakdown…

After another semester of COVID-19 stress and in-person classes, it’s safe to say that catching up on newly released flicks was probably not the main focus for many during finals week. Even though many of us students spent the break in our beds doing nothing but relaxing, the silver screen c…

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The end of 2021 came to a close, but the beginning of 2022 is just getting started. For people who indulge in video games, it is important to know what and when games are coming out this year. Don’t worry, with this list of the most anticipated game releases for the first half of 2022, your …

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It’s easy to think of ways we want to improve ourselves in the New Year. Everybody has goals they want to reach or new things they want to try. However, trying to achieve these resolutions on a college-student budget can make those goals feel impossible to reach. 

With 25 seconds left, then-No. 22 Iowa Hawkeye sophomore guard Caitlin Clark sank her 31st point from the free throw line to close out a 95-86 win against Nebraska on Sunday, Jan. 9. Clark’s performance marked her third 30th-point performance against the Huskers and Iowa’s fourth straight wi…

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A man wielding a knife was arrested on the first floor of the Nebraska Union by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department on Wednesday shortly after 4 p.m. 

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In this week's episode of Campus Conversations, Assistant Sports and Opinion Editor Jason Han sits down with Julia Schleck, associate professor of English at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, to talk about Schleck's new book "Dirty Knowledge: Academic Freedom in the Age of Neoliberalism." …

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The holiday season is widely regarded as the most wonderful time of the year — except for those trying to sort out the ever-chaotic Big Ten. The majority of the nonconference schedule is either in the rearview mirror or wrapping up this week, setting the stage for the bulk of conference play…

In this special episode of Scarlet Fever, host Grant Hansen is joined by assistant sports editor Martin Herz and multimedia editors Evan Dondlinger and Zekiel Williams to discuss the NCAA Division One Volleyball Championship, reactions from the semifinal matches and give their predictions ab…

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As bars and clubs slowly reopen, it’s time to become more aware of issues that have plagued not just the Lincoln night scene, but everywhere. According to the Association of American Universities, 25.9% of undergraduate women will experience some sort of sexual assault or misconduct during t…

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The beginning of the fall 2021 semester was rife with protests and calls for change at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A report of an alleged sexual assault at the Phi Gamma Delta  — FIJI — fraternity brought thousands of students to the steps of the Nebraska Union each night, demanding …

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Nebraska men’s basketball has been good at battling adversity all year. Less than a week ago, the Huskers played a four overtime game against North Carolina State. Then, they battled tough on the road against Indiana two days later.

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Charles Stoltenow, the current assistant director of extension for agriculture and natural resources at North Dakota State University, has been named the next dean and director of Nebraska Extension. 

In this episode of You Heard It Queer First, your favorite DN queers are back again to talk about the 1975 cult classic "Rocky Horror Picture Show." Becca, Syd and Emma discuss what makes this film a cult classic, what makes it queer, and what possessed the creators to put Tim Curry in a cor…

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Nearly one-third of Jewish college students in the United States have experienced antisemitism on college campuses in the last year, according to a recent study conducted by Hillel International and the Anti-Defamation League. 

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The Omaha band Uh Oh released its newest album “Good Morning” on Dec. 3. The 11-track album will have a dramatically different sound from the group’s previous releases, taking inspiration from art rock.

When I was in fifth grade, I stood shivering and wet on a diving board, looking down at the Ogallala City Pool. It wasn’t a high dive. In fact, as a strangely tall, gangly child myself, I probably could have sat on the edge of the board and dipped my toes into the water. But to me, the pool …

An action-packed episode marks the final episode of Scarlet Fever for the fall semester. Host Grant Hansen and co-host Landon Wirt break down their immediate thoughts about Adrian Martinez's departure, the college football coaching carousel and the uncertainty surrounding Nebraska's offensiv…

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As bars and clubs slowly reopen, it’s time to become more aware of issues that have plagued not just the Lincoln night scene, but everywhere. According to the Association of American Universities, 25.9% of undergraduate women will experience some sort of sexual assault or misconduct during t…

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The beginning of the fall 2021 semester was rife with protests and calls for change at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A report of an alleged sexual assault at the Phi Gamma Delta  — FIJI — fraternity brought thousands of students to the steps of the Nebraska Union each night, demanding …