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There are very few new movies being released right now, which provides a rare opportunity to catch up on all the movies you’ve been meaning to watch. I’ve been taking advantage of this opportunity over the last few weeks, using these “Rewind Reviews” to share my experiences.

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The typical college hangout looks a bit different after the outbreak of COVID-19. Instead of gathering at a friend’s house, we’ve been forced to congregate on FaceTime and Zoom. While it’s nice to be able to chat with friends online, it can get tedious when the coronavirus dominates most con…

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As cases of COVID-19 continue to rise in the United States, so have the number of models predicting the total number of deaths that the disease will cause. Each new model produces a slew of fresh headlines, and these typically enjoy a brief moment in Twitter’s trending section. 

The coronavirus is cramping everyone’s style. It’s probably safe to assume that at this point that everyone in America has been impacted by COVID-19: you’ve either been furloughed from employment, had classes canceled or have just found yourself stuck in the house a little too long. Because …

I’m writing this from what seems like five years in a nuclear bunker with nothing but a cat and canned goods to keep me company. In reality, it’s been about three weeks in precautionary quarantine, and I haven’t had to tap into the canned food stash because delivery is still available during…

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Like many businesses, the Lied Center for Performing Arts has felt the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic. On March 16, the center rescheduled or canceled all of its events through April 16 and has since moved additional events from their original dates. 

Last Friday, the Lied Center for Performing Arts hosted the first concert in its Lied Live Online Series when Emily Bass performed to an online audience from her living room via Facebook Live. The Lied Center will continue to entertain viewers this Sunday when singer-songwriter and guitarist…

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department saw a decrease in the number of incidents reported due to concerns related to the coronavirus that resulted in many students moving out of the dorms. 

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Due to the COVID-19 outbreak, students have been practicing social distancing in the safety of their own homes. The Daily Nebraskan asked students what new hobbies they have started since the University of Nebraska-Lincoln moved all in-person classes to online. 

Since the coronavirus hit, people have been confined to their homes for several hours a day. Puzzles can get frustrating and there are only so many naps and walks one can take. The list of activities to do is getting shorter and shorter, but streaming services like Netflix and Hulu present e…

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Hidden away in the heartland, Lincoln is still feeling the havoc COVID-19 is wreaking across the globe. There has been a decrease in students milling around campus and restaurants and bars have closed their dining areas for the time being. This is how eight Lincoln business owners and staff …

As classes moved online, many students moved home. While it can be tempting to stay in bed all day, it’s important students find an efficient and effective way of completing classes online. To help students adjust to the change, here are five tips from University of Nebraska-Lincoln staff to…

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There is a silent, invisible danger in the air — the coronavirus. It has confined students to their homes, dorms and apartments for the remainder of the semester. While your life might be shaken up, this time provides the opportunity to create new habits and lifestyles. Below are five tips a…

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Graduates of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln for the spring 2020 semester will not walk across the stage at Pinnacle Bank Arena on May 8-9. Instead, graduates can attend a campus-wide virtual graduation on May 9 and will have the opportunity to attend in-person graduation ceremonies durin…

Since its start on YouTube back in 2011, 5 Seconds of Summer has been known for its anthemic love songs. As time passed and the band members got older, the group has been able to continue creating music that reflects romance with a newfound maturity best exemplified in the band's new album. 

With every refresh on social media, it’s almost inevitable to scroll past dreary news about the coronavirus. While it’s important to keep yourself informed on what can feel like just statistics and sorrow, it can be easy to be blind to the random memes that surface each month. There have bee…

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A few weeks ago, my mom called to tell me I needed to think about boxing all my things up since I probably wouldn’t be coming back to Nebraska after spring break. But no one at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln or in the city of Lincoln seemed to be as concerned as my mom was at that point,…

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As of March 24, about 4,500 students moved out of University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s residence halls and about 1,190 remain, according to University Housing director Charlie Francis. The students on campus may be attending classes remotely, but UNL and the Lincoln community are still offering …

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The University of Nebraska-Lincoln Children’s Center will close indefinitely due to the spread of COVID-19, according to an email from interim vice chancellor of Student Affairs Laurie Bellows.

Spring break is supposed to be a relaxing time, but as I stared despondently at the Delta website and canceled my plane ticket to New York, I realized I’m going to have to get creative with my relaxation methods in the upcoming week. With an alarming increase in the number of COVID-19 cases …

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As part of our initiative called Curious Cornhuskers, an anonymous reader asked The Daily Nebraskan, “Will the university endorse LB627, a bill to prohibit discrimination based on sexual orientation and gender identity in Nebraska?”

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Last week, the Big Ten canceled all sports for the remainder of the semester due to the health threats posed by coronavirus, and nearly every professional sports league has done the same. Without Nebraska (or any) sports going on, that’s left The Daily Nebraskan’s sports staff with a lot les…

As the coffee shops close down and the streets clear out, a time of social distance becomes a time of quiet monotony. Lock your doors, draw your blinds and retract from the world around you, but seek new tunes to fit these new moods. In these frightful times, transform the panic into sonic p…

Despite the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s move to all online classes for the rest of the semester, the Association of Students of the University of Nebraska will proceed with the transition of executive teams and new senators.

Fraternity brothers belonging to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Phi Delta Theta chapter gathered at their house on Thursday, March 12, 2020 to design a St. Patrick’s Day-themed stained glass exhibit. The fraternity which was the first on UNL’s campus has in recent years started a tradi…

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Before jumping into this, it’s important to note that there are significantly more important things going on in the world right now other than movies. The coronavirus pandemic has had dramatic effects on just about everything, and it’s important that we all take it seriously and do what we c…

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As the University of Nebraska-Lincoln prepares for remote learning beginning March 30, students received an update from campus administration Tuesday night, including an extension to withdraw from classes, information for student internet access and guidance for students in undergraduate res…

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In the wake of an impending apocalypse, it feels fitting to talk about bras. Why adhere to social standards that demand uncomfortable constriction when the material of your Victoria’s Secret push-up bra from 2016 can be used for toilet paper during the TP shortage of 2020?

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Before the University of Nebraska-Lincoln made its official decision on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Information Technology Services had been preparing to transition to online courses. 

Originating from Wichita, Kansas, musician Yasmin Nur and her bandmates, Carson Danks and Joshua-Joseph Mansolf, are preparing to hit Lincoln on March 15. The Mez is set to host a night of female empowerment through rock. Nur said she and her crew craft songs that glide across genre barriers…

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In the wake of the coronavirus concerns at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the surrounding community, the Lied Center for Performing Arts has announced the postponement of the Super Diamond performance and cancellation of the Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra concert this weekend.

Spring break is around the corner, and for some it seems this break cannot come soon enough. Adventure awaits, if only a college student’s bank account could afford it. As classes are beginning to pick up, time becomes a more precious commodity. 

For weeks, fans of “The Bachelor” have watched Peter Weber battle drama, a golf cart and many teary-eyed girls on his journey to find love. Through it all, Chris Harrison, the host of “The Bachelor,” has been constantly reminding the audience that this would be “the season finale no one saw …

Pagan Athletes, a noise-rock duo comprised of brothers Griffin and Nathan Wolf, graced The Daily Nebraskan's office in February for the first of the DN's Press Play live sessions. Hailing from Omaha, the teenagers have infiltrated the city's underground music scene with their glitching keybo…

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With 68% of the student vote, the Envision slate with Roni Miller for president and Drew Harrahill for internal vice president won the 2020 Association of Students of the University of Nebraska elections.

The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska will meet on Wednesday, March 11, to discuss five pieces of legislation regarding the Green Bandana Project, two Green Fund bills, creating a crisis team of counselors through the University Health Center and a resolution supporting a…

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Before the University of Nebraska-Lincoln made its official decision on how to prevent the spread of COVID-19, Information Technology Services had been preparing to transition to online courses. 

Originating from Wichita, Kansas, musician Yasmin Nur and her bandmates, Carson Danks and Joshua-Joseph Mansolf, are preparing to hit Lincoln on March 15. The Mez is set to host a night of female empowerment through rock. Nur said she and her crew craft songs that glide across genre barriers…

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In the wake of the coronavirus concerns at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and the surrounding community, the Lied Center for Performing Arts has announced the postponement of the Super Diamond performance and cancellation of the Lincoln’s Symphony Orchestra concert this weekend.

Spring break is around the corner, and for some it seems this break cannot come soon enough. Adventure awaits, if only a college student’s bank account could afford it. As classes are beginning to pick up, time becomes a more precious commodity. 

For weeks, fans of “The Bachelor” have watched Peter Weber battle drama, a golf cart and many teary-eyed girls on his journey to find love. Through it all, Chris Harrison, the host of “The Bachelor,” has been constantly reminding the audience that this would be “the season finale no one saw …

Pagan Athletes, a noise-rock duo comprised of brothers Griffin and Nathan Wolf, graced The Daily Nebraskan's office in February for the first of the DN's Press Play live sessions. Hailing from Omaha, the teenagers have infiltrated the city's underground music scene with their glitching keybo…

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With 68% of the student vote, the Envision slate with Roni Miller for president and Drew Harrahill for internal vice president won the 2020 Association of Students of the University of Nebraska elections.

The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska will meet on Wednesday, March 11, to discuss five pieces of legislation regarding the Green Bandana Project, two Green Fund bills, creating a crisis team of counselors through the University Health Center and a resolution supporting a…