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With the Lied Center for Performing Arts’ stage sitting empty since mid-March, Lincolnites have been unable to experience the center’s typical mix of live theater, music and comedy. But soon, the lights will come back on and the curtains will draw, as the center announced reopening plans for…

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The greatest issue at hand for head coach Fred Hoiberg’s new-look Nebraska team going into next season is what system he’ll use. In his first season at Nebraska, he ran an unorthodox four-guard, one-forward system. This system consisted of a primary ball handler, a secondary ball handler and…

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It seems like every day since March, there has been another new, dire headline about the coronavirus. The unknowns in late March were truly scary, but although the number of American deaths from COVID-19 has dropped significantly since their peak in April, the coronavirus hysteria has continued. 

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Throughout July, The Wildwoods can be found flooding outdoor wineries with Noah Gose’s soft guitar strums and Chloe Gose’s powerful vocals. When the couple vowed to have and to hold each other “in sickness and in health,” navigating performances during the coronavirus was not on their mind.

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has chosen two final candidates to interview for the position of chief of police. Rodney E. Clark, chief of police at Wichita State University, and Hassan Ramzah, interim chief of police at UNL, were chosen after the university conducted a national search f…

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Considering what counts as a “good” or “bad” performance can be a complicated matter if one wants to make it so. It would be easy to state, for example, that Nebraska’s victory over Iowa and loss to Creighton would count as Nebraska’s best and worst performances, respectively, last season. T…

On this episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse and David Berman discuss NBA players seeing 'Black Widow' months early, the delay of the 2021 Oscars and revisit Christopher Nolan's classic "Inception."

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The vibrant sound of smooth saxophone beats would have filled the air each Tuesday in June as crowds gathered to listen to live jazz at Jazz in June, but with crowd gatherings becoming less viable during these times of social distancing, the concert series isn’t having a physical crowd in 20…

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Compared to previous years, admission numbers at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln have barely been affected by the coronavirus pandemic, but the admission process has undergone numerous changes as a result.

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As I sat in silence watching the video I found myself emotionless for a period. Even after the video ended and the screen of my phone went black I simply sat in dead silence, almost paralyzed. I felt a sharp jutting in my chest and I began to weep. I began to cry because I didn’t know what e…

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With the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Children’s Center planning to resume operations on June 15 amid the coronavirus pandemic, precautions and preparations have been put in place to ensure the physical and psychological safety of the children.

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With the COVID-19 pandemic causing health concerns for large gatherings of people, Lincoln’s Jazz in June festival will be held online this year. University of Nebraska-Lincoln senior and percussionist Andrew Wray will be the first performer in this year’s virtual concert series.

Meet the DN's new editor-in-chief Grace Gorenflo and see what she has planned for what will be a unique school year.

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Have you ever felt that you couldn’t finish a task — on time or at all — or even be willing to engage in your favorite hobby since the coronavirus pandemic started? This is clearly an unusual situation that foments many challenges and has been turning our daily lives upside down in ways we a…

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For the first time in 29 years, Lincoln audiences are unable to gather with their picnic blankets and decks of cards in hand, ready to spread across the lush lawn outside the Sheldon Museum of Art for Lincoln’s summer tradition of Jazz in June. Instead, jazz enthusiasts must tune in to a liv…

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Staff, faculty and students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln can give feedback on a draft of the Environment, Sustainability and Resilience Master Plan, which aims to create a more sustainable and resilient campus by implementing durable environmental practices.

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The streaming service wars are in full swing. Almost every major entertainment studio has either launched its own service, paired with an existing one or will be launching its own very soon. Warner Bros. Entertainment executives decided their best strategy in this war is to release their own…

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln will begin working to amend current policies to implement the new Title IX regulations issued by the U.S. Department of Education on May 6. Education Secretary Betsy DeVos issued the regulations regarding sexual misconduct in education.

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In the middle of the night, Samuel Harvey, a freshman mechanical engineering major, said he still hears the medical helicopter delivering coronavirus patients to the CHI Health St. Francis in Grand Island.

As social distancing becomes the new usual, the coronavirus has almost become normalized to the point where making jokes about it can be redundant. Because of this, April was filled with fresh, amusing memes that almost make you forget that we’re in a pandemic.

Ibby Rodgers is a sophomore animal science major and captain of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Equestrian team located on East Campus. Rodgers has been riding horses ever since she was three years old, and has competed in events since she was eight. She competes in hunt seat horseback …

Andy Park had a feeling this day was coming. He and his team planned for it while still rehearsing for Nebraska Repertory Theatre’s final spring show, Stephen Schwartz’s “Pippin.” However, that didn’t make it any easier for Park, the artistic director of The Rep, when he found out their seas…

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Most girls begin planning their dream wedding at a young age. They imagine their first dance, their dream wedding dress and their friends and family nearby to help them celebrate. At some point after getting engaged, they have to be more realistic as they figure in costs and logistics. They …

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After a quiet first two days of the NFL Draft for Nebraska football, day three brought more action. Two Huskers, defensive linemen Khalil Davis and Carlos Davis, were drafted in the last two rounds, while two more, defensive lineman Darrion Daniels and defensive back Lamar Jackson, were sign…

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The world we live in has changed and continues to change drastically in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most components of our everyday lives have been shifted or put on hold for the time being. For The Daily Nebraskan, this meant a change in plans for our final magazine of the school year. …

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Kevin Reese is a man of many passions. As a self-proclaimed “karaoke assassin,” he loves to sing, dance and act; he even teaches a line dance class called “Soul II Sole.” Popular culture references regularly slip into his conversations, quoting classic movies like “Forrest Gump” and “Dreamgirls.” 

Diversity and Inclusion director DaWon Baker leaves his Memorial Stadium office door open, making himself available to talk to Husker athletes or coaches about diversity and its uses for them.

I’ve been looking for an excuse to write about the beautifully named Australian psych-rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard for a while now. The group of seven oddball musicians got its start in 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. Since then, the band released a whopping 15 studio albums …

The Lied Center for Performing Arts’ Lied Live Online series has helped fill the void of performing arts in Lincoln since COVID-19 shut down venues. With almost 28,000 total views across its first four concerts, the series has brought live music and a sense of connection to its viewers. On T…

Since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Lincoln and around the world, University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor of music and pianist Paul Barnes has felt disruptions in his life and career. As a teacher, he has had to shift his classes online — a particularly unusual challenge for music facu…

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In 1970, the celebration of ‘Earth Day’ was created to bring communities together in celebrating and protecting the planet. For 49 years, Lincoln Earth Day has been celebrated as a large festival with hands-on activities and live performances, but this year will be quite different. Due to CO…

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In the middle of the night, Samuel Harvey, a freshman mechanical engineering major, said he still hears the medical helicopter delivering coronavirus patients to the CHI Health St. Francis in Grand Island.

As social distancing becomes the new usual, the coronavirus has almost become normalized to the point where making jokes about it can be redundant. Because of this, April was filled with fresh, amusing memes that almost make you forget that we’re in a pandemic.

Ibby Rodgers is a sophomore animal science major and captain of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Equestrian team located on East Campus. Rodgers has been riding horses ever since she was three years old, and has competed in events since she was eight. She competes in hunt seat horseback …

Andy Park had a feeling this day was coming. He and his team planned for it while still rehearsing for Nebraska Repertory Theatre’s final spring show, Stephen Schwartz’s “Pippin.” However, that didn’t make it any easier for Park, the artistic director of The Rep, when he found out their seas…

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Most girls begin planning their dream wedding at a young age. They imagine their first dance, their dream wedding dress and their friends and family nearby to help them celebrate. At some point after getting engaged, they have to be more realistic as they figure in costs and logistics. They …

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After a quiet first two days of the NFL Draft for Nebraska football, day three brought more action. Two Huskers, defensive linemen Khalil Davis and Carlos Davis, were drafted in the last two rounds, while two more, defensive lineman Darrion Daniels and defensive back Lamar Jackson, were sign…

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The world we live in has changed and continues to change drastically in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. Most components of our everyday lives have been shifted or put on hold for the time being. For The Daily Nebraskan, this meant a change in plans for our final magazine of the school year. …

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Kevin Reese is a man of many passions. As a self-proclaimed “karaoke assassin,” he loves to sing, dance and act; he even teaches a line dance class called “Soul II Sole.” Popular culture references regularly slip into his conversations, quoting classic movies like “Forrest Gump” and “Dreamgirls.” 

Diversity and Inclusion director DaWon Baker leaves his Memorial Stadium office door open, making himself available to talk to Husker athletes or coaches about diversity and its uses for them.

I’ve been looking for an excuse to write about the beautifully named Australian psych-rock band King Gizzard & The Lizard Wizard for a while now. The group of seven oddball musicians got its start in 2010 in Melbourne, Australia. Since then, the band released a whopping 15 studio albums …

The Lied Center for Performing Arts’ Lied Live Online series has helped fill the void of performing arts in Lincoln since COVID-19 shut down venues. With almost 28,000 total views across its first four concerts, the series has brought live music and a sense of connection to its viewers. On T…

Since the COVID-19 pandemic took hold in Lincoln and around the world, University of Nebraska-Lincoln professor of music and pianist Paul Barnes has felt disruptions in his life and career. As a teacher, he has had to shift his classes online — a particularly unusual challenge for music facu…

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In 1970, the celebration of ‘Earth Day’ was created to bring communities together in celebrating and protecting the planet. For 49 years, Lincoln Earth Day has been celebrated as a large festival with hands-on activities and live performances, but this year will be quite different. Due to CO…