The Daily Nebraskan - Alumni

The DN Alumni Newsletter

Plan to attend the Labor Day DN reunion

Register for the next Daily Nebraskan reunion, Aug. 30-Sept. 1, 2019 (Labor Day weekend) with the main banquet on Friday evening. Read more

DN alumni to autograph books at reunion

DN alumni authors will sign and sell their books at the Labor Day reunion. The book fair will be co-sponsored by University Bookstore. Emai… Read more

Contribute to the DN's Editorial Support Fund

Daily Nebraskan alumni are joining forces with the paper's supporters and friends to endow the salaries of the hardworking students who wor… Read more

UNL News

Campus Security endowment reporting project

The DN takes an in-depth look at campus safety in this year's endowment reporting project. View it online or see the magazine version. Read more

Students reflect on the hometown consequences from flooding

On Friday, March 15, senior broadcasting major Brett Renner received a phone call from his father. He was crying. Read more

NU gymnast turns tragedy into motivation after Parkland shooting

Abby Johnston is a survivor, and that’s something she’ll never take for granted. Read more

ASUN polls students on whether balloon release tradition should continue

An item on the Association of Students of the University of Nebraska’s spring ballot aims to collect data on students’ opinions regarding t… Read more

Former Husker QB Harrison Beck is ‘the internet’s first starting quarterback’

Harrison Beck came to Lincoln with the world on his shoulders. Read more

Assistant professor pursues greeting card passion with self-run Bright Spots Paper

Kelli Britten has always loved greeting cards, as proven by the numerous boxes full of them in her office. The assistant professor of pract… Read more

Decorated NU diver rose to the top despite early barriers

Dubbed the “most successful collegiate diver” in Nebraska history, junior Abigail Knapton’s  unlikely rise to the top of the record books b… Read more

Track athlete Jonathan Miller from Barbados takes unlikely path to Nebraska

Running track at the Division I level was never the plan for Jonathan Miller. In fact, Miller didn’t even begin participating in the sport … Read more

Meet The Credentials, a Lincoln surf-rock band with a vision

For any modern-day punk-rock kid, there’s bound to be a Green Day, Kurt Cobain or Beastie Boys poster found lying around somewhere. In drum… Read more

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