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With summer coming to a close and fall classes starting back up again, it’s natural to feel a little down. But fret not because Nebraska sports are back, guaranteeing a smile on the face of many Husker fans. Last fall, Huskers set records and had great runs in a number of sports, but old fac…

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In 1888, the infamous serial killer Jack the Ripper terrorized the streets of east London. In an effort to apprehend the killer, British police employed the acute olfactory senses of bloodhounds to track down and detain the villain. Though Jack the Ripper was never found, this initial use of…

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In the 2018 season, Nebraska’s wideout group was a two-man job. Stanley Morgan Jr. and JD Spielman dominated the team’s receptions, with Morgan Jr. hauling in 70 passes and Spielman 66.

Game day is one of the best parts of college, but there is something truly special about a Husker game day at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. With a sea of red heading toward Memorial Stadium and red balloons floating in the air at the first touchdown, it’s hard not to feel a surge of pr…

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In a state doomed with a reputation of barren cornfields and bland meat pockets, it’s easy for local music to get overlooked. However, if you’re willing to dig deeper, Nebraska yields a fruitful harvest of musicians who make up a powerful local scene. Here is a list of just a few:

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Keeping track of all the sporting events in the fall semester is tough. With two of the biggest sports in Nebraska –– football and volleyball –– being in the same season, it can become confusing. And once basketball starts up, it only becomes more packed.

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Each day, students walk leisurely past two wooden boxes resting within the greenery on the north side of Entomology Hall on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s East Campus. In each of the boxes, comically named Thum-‘bee’-lina and ‘Bee’-ona, resides a hive of around 200 honeybees. 

Nominate your former colleagues to be inducted in the first-ever class of the Daily Nebraskan Hall of Fame. The awards will honor 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…

College is all about finding your own style. When there are so many different faces in a new place, it’s helpful to have a space you can come back to, a space you can call home and a space that reminds you of your individuality. 

After long hours of studying, many University of Nebraska-Lincoln students look for places to let loose and have fun. For those unfamiliar with what the Star City has to offer, figuring out how to best experience Lincoln nightlife can be overwhelming. 

After a 4-8 season in 2018, head coach Scott Frost and the Nebraska Huskers are receiving national attention after going 4-2 in their final six games. ESPN ranked Nebraska 24th in its “Way-Too-Early Top 25” in January. A favorable schedule will help Nebraska, as its marquee games will be pla…

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The roaring of Husker fans echoes throughout Memorial Stadium as they wait for the football team to storm onto the field. Alan Parson’s track “Sirius” blares through the speakers as a highlight reel of the team’s victories plays on the big screen. Standing on the sidelines, the students who …

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Following a breakout junior season, Nebraska forward Isaiah Roby was selected by the Dallas Mavericks with the 45th overall pick in the 2019 NBA Draft in Brooklyn, New York. The pick originally belonged to the Detroit Pistons but was traded to the Mavericks. Roby was the first Husker player …

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Nebraska Athletic Director Bill Moos announced the hiring of Will Bolt as the 24th head coach of the Husker baseball program on Friday. Bolt signed a five-year contract with a $300,000 annual salary.

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Nebraska’s pitching rotation put together a solid performance and the Huskers bounced back from a tough loss earlier in the day to defeat Michigan 7-3 on Saturday night. The Huskers advanced into the championship game of the Big Ten Tournament with the victory, marking their first appearance…

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Nebraska baseball rode an early-inning offensive explosion and strong pitching effort to victory for the second game in a row, winning 11-1 over Iowa on Friday. With the win, Nebraska moved into a commanding position in the winner’s bracket of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament.

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Senior third baseman Angelo Altavilla drove in three runs in the game’s first three innings and Nebraska used a five-run third inning to earn a convincing 8-2 win over Minnesota in the first round of the Big Ten Baseball Tournament.

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The Nebraska Legislature on Wednesday discussed and advanced the biennial budget offered by the Appropriations Committee, which includes funding for the University of Nebraska system. The bill raised debate over whether proposed university spending levels are appropriate.

Local music and arts festival Lincoln Calling announced Wednesday the first wave of the 2019 lineup, including headliners Lee Fields & The Expressions, Soccer Mommy, TT the Artist, Charly Bliss and Taylor McFerrin.

The days until the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Honors Program moves out of Neihardt Hall are numbered, and current students and alumni are preparing for the change. The Daily Nebraskan asked former UNL honors students how living in Neihardt affected their lives and how they feel about i…

As a college town, Lincoln provides many entertainment options for its diverse student body, especially the restaurants downtown. There’s a healthy representation of Mediterranean cuisine near O Street, and gyros are a staple at each spot.

When Evan Bartels was a kid, he could be found with his nose in the pages of a Harry Potter book and through J.K. Rowling’s vivid storytelling, Bartels fell in love with detailed narratives. At 18, Bartels said he could be found on the brick corners of the Haymarket, busking to make extra mo…

Some people think accessories like jewelry and handbags make an outfit, while others let their clothes speak for themselves.

As the school year comes to a close and summer begins to peak its head out, it’s natural for college students to reflect on the year and think about what they’ve learned, either academically or personally, since August. The Daily Nebraskan asked students around campus what their proudest acc…

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Despite the ideals of separation of church and state, the United States has always had a complicated relationship with religion. The Declaration of Independence mentions God four times, many of the Founding Fathers frequently invoked their religion in writings and speeches and the Liberty Be…

It’s the middle of spring semester dead week, which means The Daily Nebraskan’s Culture staff is fantasizing about summer and the freedom that comes with it. To temporarily scratch the itch of longing for the end of school, we’re sharing some of our summer plans and bucket list items. Maybe …

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At first listen, you’d be hard pressed not to mix up Thick Paint with some sort of time-traveling crew of musicians assembled from bands of both the future and the past to set rock ‘n’ roll on a new trajectory toward greatness. Their songs are halfway between the new wave oddity of the ‘80s …

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With new starters at both inside and outside linebacker, Nebraska’s linebacking corps may look different than last season. However, there is one constant — senior inside linebacker Mohamed Barry.

Neihardt Hall will no longer be used as a residence hall at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the fall 2019 semester. The Daily Nebraskan asked students with a connection to Neihardt Hall about their experience with the building and its community, as well as what students will miss.

Whether you need a feel-good mood booster during finals week or you've mentally skipped to summer already, give this playlist a listen for summery vibes, perfect to score a drive with the windows down at sunset. Follow dailynebraskanarts on Spotify for eclectic playlists, curated for college kids.

The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska will hear from the new Vice Chancellor for Diversity and InclusionMarco Barker and discuss one bill related to the Nebraska International Peer Mentorship Program during the senate body’s last meeting on Wednesday, April 24.

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For the third time in the past four games, the Nebraska pitching staff gave the Huskers a chance to win. Allowing just five hits and two runs, the Husker bats mustered just four hits and one run in a 2-1 loss to Creighton (22-8) Tuesday night at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln implemented Gender-Inclusive Housing in 2015, and administrators in Housing and the LGBTQA+ Resource Center said they’ve seen the initiative’s benefits. However, a 2016 study from The Ohio State University found that this type of program has no large impact…

As an anxiously waiting horde of fans started to file into the Bourbon Theatre on Monday night, the spacious venue slowly darkened. This was no handiwork of the lighting crew, but the effect of the sheer amount of dressed-in-black attendees who pushed into the main room looking to get spooke…

Rebecca Richards-Kortum, a professor of bioengineering at Rice University, MacArthur Foundation “Genius Grant” recipient and 1985 Nebraska alumna, will deliver the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s undergraduate commencement addresses May 4, according to a Nebraska Today article.

With the promise of summer within reach, there’s no better way to lounge around in the humid Midwestern heat than with a new book. The summer of 2019 seems like a promising season in the literary community, with a multitude of new books that are sure to make time fly.

With Gina Rodriguez from “Jane the Virgin,” Brittany Snow from “Pitch Perfect” and RuPaul Charles from ”RuPaul's Drag Race” all in one film, it's no surprise that Netflix's latest romantic comedy has caught viewers’ attention. The Netflix original film “Someone Great” released on April 19, g…

Many University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have experienced trouble with the new Wi-Fi after the university made the switch from UNL-AIR and UNL-AIR-E to eduroam, such as problems logging on or finding the correct credentials, and some made those concerns heard at the listening sessions ho…

When Evan Bartels was a kid, he could be found with his nose in the pages of a Harry Potter book and through J.K. Rowling’s vivid storytelling, Bartels fell in love with detailed narratives. At 18, Bartels said he could be found on the brick corners of the Haymarket, busking to make extra mo…

Some people think accessories like jewelry and handbags make an outfit, while others let their clothes speak for themselves.

As the school year comes to a close and summer begins to peak its head out, it’s natural for college students to reflect on the year and think about what they’ve learned, either academically or personally, since August. The Daily Nebraskan asked students around campus what their proudest acc…

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Despite the ideals of separation of church and state, the United States has always had a complicated relationship with religion. The Declaration of Independence mentions God four times, many of the Founding Fathers frequently invoked their religion in writings and speeches and the Liberty Be…

It’s the middle of spring semester dead week, which means The Daily Nebraskan’s Culture staff is fantasizing about summer and the freedom that comes with it. To temporarily scratch the itch of longing for the end of school, we’re sharing some of our summer plans and bucket list items. Maybe …

featured

At first listen, you’d be hard pressed not to mix up Thick Paint with some sort of time-traveling crew of musicians assembled from bands of both the future and the past to set rock ‘n’ roll on a new trajectory toward greatness. Their songs are halfway between the new wave oddity of the ‘80s …

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With new starters at both inside and outside linebacker, Nebraska’s linebacking corps may look different than last season. However, there is one constant — senior inside linebacker Mohamed Barry.

Neihardt Hall will no longer be used as a residence hall at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln in the fall 2019 semester. The Daily Nebraskan asked students with a connection to Neihardt Hall about their experience with the building and its community, as well as what students will miss.

Whether you need a feel-good mood booster during finals week or you've mentally skipped to summer already, give this playlist a listen for summery vibes, perfect to score a drive with the windows down at sunset. Follow dailynebraskanarts on Spotify for eclectic playlists, curated for college kids.

The Association of Students of the University of Nebraska will hear from the new Vice Chancellor for Diversity and InclusionMarco Barker and discuss one bill related to the Nebraska International Peer Mentorship Program during the senate body’s last meeting on Wednesday, April 24.

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For the third time in the past four games, the Nebraska pitching staff gave the Huskers a chance to win. Allowing just five hits and two runs, the Husker bats mustered just four hits and one run in a 2-1 loss to Creighton (22-8) Tuesday night at TD Ameritrade Park in Omaha.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln implemented Gender-Inclusive Housing in 2015, and administrators in Housing and the LGBTQA+ Resource Center said they’ve seen the initiative’s benefits. However, a 2016 study from The Ohio State University found that this type of program has no large impact…

As an anxiously waiting horde of fans started to file into the Bourbon Theatre on Monday night, the spacious venue slowly darkened. This was no handiwork of the lighting crew, but the effect of the sheer amount of dressed-in-black attendees who pushed into the main room looking to get spooke…

Rebecca Richards-Kortum, a professor of bioengineering at Rice University, MacArthur Foundation “Genius Grant” recipient and 1985 Nebraska alumna, will deliver the University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s undergraduate commencement addresses May 4, according to a Nebraska Today article.

With the promise of summer within reach, there’s no better way to lounge around in the humid Midwestern heat than with a new book. The summer of 2019 seems like a promising season in the literary community, with a multitude of new books that are sure to make time fly.

With Gina Rodriguez from “Jane the Virgin,” Brittany Snow from “Pitch Perfect” and RuPaul Charles from ”RuPaul's Drag Race” all in one film, it's no surprise that Netflix's latest romantic comedy has caught viewers’ attention. The Netflix original film “Someone Great” released on April 19, g…

Many University of Nebraska-Lincoln students have experienced trouble with the new Wi-Fi after the university made the switch from UNL-AIR and UNL-AIR-E to eduroam, such as problems logging on or finding the correct credentials, and some made those concerns heard at the listening sessions ho…