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The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska executive team released a statement Monday morning opposing a proposed University of Nebraska Board of Regents critical race theory resolution planned to be introduced by Regent and gubernatorial candidate Jim Pillen.

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Faculty at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln worry a new resolution to be considered at the University of Nebraska Board of Regents’ August meeting could complicate UNL’s multi-year effort to remove themselves from the American Association of University Professors’ censure list.

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Although summer is a time for relaxation and unwinding between school years, it does not mean all events and activities have stopped on campus. For two more times this summer, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln will host its East Campus Discovery Days and Farmer’s Market. 

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On this final episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss their favorite film and television finales.

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On this episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding change gears from last week to discuss what they believe are the BEST movie villains of all time.

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How are you celebrating Pride Month this year? Are you putting a little rainbow circle around your Twitter profile picture? Attending an in-person Pride parade? Watching Laverne Cox’s groundbreaking Netflix documentary “Disclosure” about transgender representation in the media?

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In year two of it’s three-year response to $43 million in permanent spending shortfalls brought on by COVID-19, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents is set to approve NU’s 2021-22 operating budget at its meeting on Friday.

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On this week's episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss who they believe are the worst villains to ever grace (or rather disgrace) the big screen.

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On this week's episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss the premiere of Marvel's "Loki" Disney+ series as well as all of the latest movie and TV news.

This past year has been extremely tough on all of us, and The Daily Nebraskan staff has certainly been impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic. From countless Zoom meetings to the formation of a new COVID section, it’s been quite the interesting time to be a student journalist. 

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Nebraska baseball learned its postseason fate on Monday morning. The Huskers will head to the Fayetteville Regional after securing the Big Ten’s automatic bid into the NCAA Tournament.

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After Nebraska football’s 2021 season opener against Illinois was moved stateside from Dublin, Ireland, in February due to COVID-19, the Huskers will get another opportunity to play their first game on foreign soil in almost three decades. 

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After 18 months, Broadway is returning to Lincoln. After postponing the 2020-21 season, the Lied Center for Performing Arts is ready to welcome nine Broadway musicals back on stage.

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Saturday’s Red-White Spring Game offered fans a preview of Nebraska’s 2021 roster in action. With offseason changes and new faces at key positions, plenty of players impressed. 

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The city of Lincoln is holding local elections next Tuesday, which students can get involved in, to elect three at-large seats for the Lincoln City Council, two seats for the Lincoln Airport Authority and four seats for the Lincoln Board of Education. 

Without the escape of performance, many musicians and music lovers stuck in the pandemic found themselves lost in a world they could not contribute to. From the nation’s top artists to local bands, the pandemic challenged many musicians’ willpower and love of performing.

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As a new Association of Students of the University of Nebraska executive team takes the reins of student government for the next year, the 2020-21 executives say goodbye to student government after a year like no other because of a changing world that included a global pandemic. 

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Prior to March 2020, remote learning was unknown to many students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Now, the current online environment has affected the majority of students and faculty, some of whom live outside of the Lincoln area. 

When my mom called me on March 12, 2020, and told me she had booked my flight home to Maryland, I felt like I was jumping off a cliff into a dark cavern of the unknown. I had no idea how long I was going to be home or how long the pandemic would last.

On this week's episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss the finale of 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,' reports that Warner Bros is shutting down their production of physical media and who is going to win at the Oscars this Sunday!

Tune into this week’s episode of “The Game” — things get a little competitive. You’ll meet the partners of co-hosts Haley Elder and Graham Guenette, as Johnna Sisneros tests how well they actually know each other with a game of questions. The couple with the most points wins a secret prize, …

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It’s been over a year, and it can be hard to remember what life was like before the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the pandemic, students attended classes in person and meetings weren’t held on a computer screen. At this point, it seems like the last time we had to squeeze past someone and say “o…

Within the past month, six anonymous men on TikTok have proposed April 24 to be a day dedicated to carrying out sexual assault and rape. Many have chalked the trend up to a cruel joke, and the veiled threat has been said to have little substantiation, according to USA today's “Fact Check.” H…

With Earth Day and finals week studying occurring at the same time, here are five exemplary study spots while enjoying Earth’s finest creations. Whether you have a hundred pages to read or a few dozen pages to write, there’s a magnificent open-air location waiting for you.

The Johnny Carson Center for Emerging Media Arts will be hosting Los Angeles-based artist and creative coder Adam Ferriss as part of their IGNITE colloquium, where attendees will have the opportunity to learn to make their own face filters.

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In the year 2000, a number of University of Nebraska-Lincoln students were yet to be born. But older students and faculty may remember that emo and indie rock were all the rage, setting a foundation for the genres that many still enjoy today. Bands like Jimmy Eat World and Dashboard Confessi…

Last year, I couldn’t be seen anywhere near a skateboard, and I would rather cry than wear sneakers in daylight. In January, I bought my first pair of Nike Blazers, which are the modern versions of 1973 basketball shoes. Now I’m a changed woman; I wear silver gum wrappers as grills and Y2K c…

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Most current University of Nebraska-Lincoln students were able to walk past the Broyhill Fountain north of the Nebraska Union, touch the foot of Archie the mammoth and stand in the shadow of Memorial Stadium before deciding to become a Husker.  

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In his 20s, Shon Hopwood performed a string of robberies and served 11 years in jail. While in jail, he found a love of law and went on to become a professor of law at Georgetown. 

As COVID-19 is slowly starting to wind down and vaccines trickle through society, people are reverting back to the reliable disposable face mask instead of going out to buy expensive fashionable ones. I don’t think big corporations got the memo, though, as many have recently released high-te…

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department arrested UNL student Nick Frerichs for stealing a full-size cardboard cutout from Willa Cather Dining Complex on March 20, according to Marty Fehringer, assistant chief of UNLPD.

I’m gonna let the girls, gays and theys in on a little secret: contrary to popular belief, there’s nothing wrong with treating men the way they treat us. When men see dating as a game and develop the title of “player,” they’re praised as charming studs just sowing their wild oats. 

Without the escape of performance, many musicians and music lovers stuck in the pandemic found themselves lost in a world they could not contribute to. From the nation’s top artists to local bands, the pandemic challenged many musicians’ willpower and love of performing.

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As a new Association of Students of the University of Nebraska executive team takes the reins of student government for the next year, the 2020-21 executives say goodbye to student government after a year like no other because of a changing world that included a global pandemic. 

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Prior to March 2020, remote learning was unknown to many students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Now, the current online environment has affected the majority of students and faculty, some of whom live outside of the Lincoln area. 

When my mom called me on March 12, 2020, and told me she had booked my flight home to Maryland, I felt like I was jumping off a cliff into a dark cavern of the unknown. I had no idea how long I was going to be home or how long the pandemic would last.

On this week's episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss the finale of 'The Falcon and the Winter Soldier,' reports that Warner Bros is shutting down their production of physical media and who is going to win at the Oscars this Sunday!

Tune into this week’s episode of “The Game” — things get a little competitive. You’ll meet the partners of co-hosts Haley Elder and Graham Guenette, as Johnna Sisneros tests how well they actually know each other with a game of questions. The couple with the most points wins a secret prize, …

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It’s been over a year, and it can be hard to remember what life was like before the COVID-19 pandemic. Before the pandemic, students attended classes in person and meetings weren’t held on a computer screen. At this point, it seems like the last time we had to squeeze past someone and say “o…