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No. 5 Nebraska wrestling closed the regular season out strong with a 25-9 victory over No. 11 Illinois, and it will look to continue that momentum at the Big Ten Wrestling Championships this weekend. Last season, the Huskers finished second at the conference championship, with six wrestlers …

On this week’s episode of “The Game,” co-hosts Johnna Sisneros, Haley Elder and Graham Guenette play the game of 20 Questions. Things heat up as they ask each other those tacky get-to-know-you questions, and they don’t quite make it all the way to 20.

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The last thing many college students want to do after a long day of classes and work is go home and cook a wholesome meal. As a result, students can resort to the typical college diet — ramen, mac and cheese and sometimes even just a couple of snacks. They might go about the activities they …

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While at Nebraska, senior gymnast Griffin Kehler has made a huge impact on the program, earning All-American honors in 2018 and representing Nebraska at the NCAA Championships the year after that. He led his team to a third place finish and won two individual titles. 

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On this week's episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss the most important of issues: which movies would be better with muppets.

I would like to begin this column by iterating that I am not, in fact, Catholic. However, I observe Lent. After being raised religious, my childhood indoctrination jumps out every year around Mardi Gras and I give something up — not because I’m particularly religious now, but more so because…

 The Big Ten tournament begins a week from Wednesday on March 10. Every team will wrap up play by Sunday night, and the seeds for the tournament in Indianapolis will be determined by the time of the next rendition of these power rankings.

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Nebraska baseball senior outfielder Mojo Hagge looked down at his phone, scrolling through Twitter, when he saw that the remainder of the SEC baseball season had been canceled in March 2020. Then the American Athletic Conference. The Nebraska team was waiting patiently in the clubhouse, read…

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Monday night will mark this season’s final home game for Nebraska men’s basketball in this apocalyptic season. The court at Pinnacle Bank Arena will appear to the outside observer a dreamscape, as fake crowd noise is funneled in, and less than a hundred people sit in the stands. This will se…

There were four related reports of fraud on Feb. 25 and Feb. 26, three occuring at Love Library South and one at the Nebraska Union.

Nickelodeon’s “iCarly” has made it to Netflix. Finally, we can take a blast to the past and relive our childhoods, spaghetti tacos and all. While many of us are thoroughly enjoying the hilarity Carly, Sam and Freddy provided, it’s important to remember what these child actors had to endure. …

Four musicians stand under a fort made of blankets and tapestries with three strands of exposed lightbulbs dangling overhead. Another woman sits behind a drum set, her sticks held at the ready, black paint chipped off from use. She starts up a fast, deep rhythm. The lead singer holds a micro…

Nebraska softball will take the field for the first time in 355 days on Friday against Indiana. Besides just being excited about playing again following a shortened season in 2020, the Huskers are returning the majority of their production from last season and hope to make an impact in the B…

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With a world of information in our pockets on a single mobile device, it takes mere seconds to find out the latest news. According to a Gallup poll conducted in 2018, Americans believe 62% of the news found in newspapers, TV and radio is biased. The poll also found that 80% of news on social…

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On this week's episode of "The Game," co-hosts Johnna Sisneros, Haley Elder and Graham Guenette explain attachment styles, love maps and how to obtain a secure attachment in relationships.

Nebraska soccer faced off against the Michigan State Spartans in the second game of its three-game season-opening roadtrip. Despite having a more active game offensively, the Huskers fell to the Spartans 2-0.

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There’s something fascinating about the everyday strangers we pass by in the street. Whether it be someone you sit by in class or a stranger in line at the Nebraska Union Starbucks, watching and learning about ordinary lives is something many humans naturally enjoy. 

 The COVID-19 pandemic has had a negative impact on many jobs for students, but it has created new opportunities for those seeking experience in health care. With the recent addition of saliva-based COVID-19 testing at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, student workers are given the chance …

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A camera, computer and microphone are all part of the typical setup for filming any Cody Ko video. On Thursday, Feb. 25, Cody Ko will be using this same setup, but instead of reacting to cringe-worthy TikToks, he will be joining the University of Nebraska-Lincoln students in one of the most …

Last week, it seemed teams were starting to sort themselves out into place, but the middle of the Big Ten is just as chaotic, as it was a month ago. Maryland, the team most squarely on the bubble over the last several weeks, looks like a relatively secure NCAA Tournament team now. Meanwhile,…

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Growing up, Yujia Wang saw growth in the blink of an eye. Cityscapes congested with dull buildings suddenly blossomed with color as blooming gardens, manicured parks and cascading fountains emerged. He saw how urban designs transformed lives, so he decided to draw the future of the field. No…

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It’s not too bold to wager that our world is getting kinder. By any means, we are overall a freer world with more choice. Social media has made global connections possible for everyday people. Though there are many injustices left, new efforts are constantly being made to battle prejudice an…

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During the day, Matt Miller works at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, maintaining facilities at Harper, Smith and Schramm Halls and The Village. His wife, Desiree Miller, is a postage worker. After clocking out of their day jobs, however, they work on something more destructive.

A University of Nebraska-Lincoln non-affiliate reported a belated sexual assault on Feb. 16 at Selleck Quad, according to the UNL Police Department’s Daily Crime & Fire log. 

Come on, everybody. We know you all have a few terrible songs you can’t stop listening to. We’ll admit it — The Daily Nebraskan culture staff sure does. Whether it’s a whiny Weezer pop ballad or one of Kanye’s egotistical ramblings, we can’t say we’re proud to love these songs, but we do anyways.

No. 3 Nebraska finished third in a tri-meet against No. 2 Michigan and No. 7 Illinois in Champaign, Illinois, on Sunday. Michigan finished first scoring 413.300, Illinois came in second with 405.550 and Nebraska scored 401.600.

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Fatigue is starting to set in for the Nebraska men’s basketball team. Coming into tonight, the Huskers were back home from a three-game road trip and coming off their longest break since they resumed play two weeks and eight games ago, but it hardly mattered. 

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About a year and a half ago, Efren Cortez took center stage at Couch House, opening for Hail Varsity and worlds greatest dad. He introduced himself and his black electric bass he named Toothless, joking that the crowd is about to witness a two-piece act. He matched his bass guitar with his b…

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The 2021 inauguration was historical for several reasons. It gave our nation a healthy resurgence of patriotism after what had happened two weeks before, served as a reminder how great our democracy can be and proved that our country can be a place of opportunity for minority groups. This ga…

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Nebraska junior guard Teddy Allen secured a rebound, brought it down court and buried a pullup jumper. The shot was part of a three-minute span that first saw him make an and-one three-pointer, two free throws the prior possession and another three-pointer before that. 

On this week's episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss all the latest movie news ranging from the trailer for "Zack Snyder's Justice League" to the casting of Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey in HBO's "The Last of Us" series.

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In the 2019 season, the Nebraska volleyball team found the kind of success that most teams never achieve: an Elite Eight appearance in the NCAA Tournament, a 28-5 record and two top-ten wins. Better yet, the Huskers would enter the 2021 spring season with all but one starter returning from t…

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In a state with large Mormon representation and where the history of the religion is taught in its schools, Black history month seems to be a topic not many deem mandatory to be taught to their children. 

The Big Ten’s count of teams in the AP Top 25 fell to five this week. While this may sound bleak, three of those aforementioned squads are in the top five.

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In his recently released book “Rural Rebellion: How Nebraska Became a Republican Stronghold,” University of Nebraska-Lincoln alumnus and writer Ross Benes explores the historical political climate of Nebraska and its shift to the far right. Benes uses his own experiences of moving from Brain…

On Feb. 11, there were several reports of stolen tools and equipment from a construction site at Nebraska Hall, according to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department Daily Crime & Fire log. 

David McInnis has connections in the Omaha and Lincoln rock scene. Local bands like Death by Brutus and Cat Piss find their way to his basement, Magroover Studios, to record their songs. Others join his record label, Bad Dad Records, to help themselves get promoted. However, McInnis may be b…

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Nearly a month into the spring semester at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, students have had to adapt to the new saliva testing mandates and Safer Community app. Upon the return of students on Jan. 25, the university required students and staff to be tested for the coronavirus three time…

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About a year and a half ago, Efren Cortez took center stage at Couch House, opening for Hail Varsity and worlds greatest dad. He introduced himself and his black electric bass he named Toothless, joking that the crowd is about to witness a two-piece act. He matched his bass guitar with his b…

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The 2021 inauguration was historical for several reasons. It gave our nation a healthy resurgence of patriotism after what had happened two weeks before, served as a reminder how great our democracy can be and proved that our country can be a place of opportunity for minority groups. This ga…

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Nebraska junior guard Teddy Allen secured a rebound, brought it down court and buried a pullup jumper. The shot was part of a three-minute span that first saw him make an and-one three-pointer, two free throws the prior possession and another three-pointer before that. 

On this week's episode of Cinebraskans, co-hosts Kyle Kruse, David Berman and Mia Everding discuss all the latest movie news ranging from the trailer for "Zack Snyder's Justice League" to the casting of Pedro Pascal and Bella Ramsey in HBO's "The Last of Us" series.

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In the 2019 season, the Nebraska volleyball team found the kind of success that most teams never achieve: an Elite Eight appearance in the NCAA Tournament, a 28-5 record and two top-ten wins. Better yet, the Huskers would enter the 2021 spring season with all but one starter returning from t…

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In a state with large Mormon representation and where the history of the religion is taught in its schools, Black history month seems to be a topic not many deem mandatory to be taught to their children. 

The Big Ten’s count of teams in the AP Top 25 fell to five this week. While this may sound bleak, three of those aforementioned squads are in the top five.

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In his recently released book “Rural Rebellion: How Nebraska Became a Republican Stronghold,” University of Nebraska-Lincoln alumnus and writer Ross Benes explores the historical political climate of Nebraska and its shift to the far right. Benes uses his own experiences of moving from Brain…