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Locally grown, organic produce can be highly sought after, but fulfilling that need requires commitment, space, time and hard work. However, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln is collaborating with one company that claims to have solved these problems without sacrificing the quality of the product.

No. 10 Nebraska wrestling defeated No. 18 Wisconsin, 24-11, on Sunday. The Huskers were coming off off a demoralizing defeat against No. 2 Iowa, 34-6. Their response against the Badgers helped Nebraska head coach Mark Manning secure his 300th-career victory. 

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After a powerhouse year of cinema, the nominations for the Academy Awards have finally been announced. As usual, there are some expected nominees but also a few pleasant surprises and quite a few first-time nominations. Here’s my assessment of the nominees for Best Picture, Best Actor and Ac…

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Now that the world has had some time to play with the artificial intelligence language generator ChatGPT, we have seen a colorful array of reactions to the program from apocalyptic dread to borderline religious optimism. Although, there are mostly just memes.

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Keeping up with video game releases can be hard due to the vast amount of games constantly in development. Fret not, as this list of video games for all types of players features the top titles to look out for in this year. 

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We’re nearing the halfway point of basketball season, and beyond Purdue — which hasn’t been all that dominant in recent wins — there’s little discernible difference in quality between the rest of the Big Ten’s teams. That’s hardly news for those who’ve been following along all season, but th…

“Into the Archives” is a chance to see what The Daily Nebraskan has reported on throughout its 121 years of publishing. Articles are pulled from 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago for a glimpse into DN and campus history.

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Nebraska played short-handed at Penn State on Saturday — junior guard Emmanuel Bandoumel left the game with an apparent knee injury early in the first half, never to return. Still, the Huskers found some fight despite missing Bandoumel and fellow starter Juwan Gary, a junior forward ruled ou…

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The past week of Big Ten play nearly brought a monumental shift to the conference’s hierarchy. Alas, Purdue held strong as an increasingly unlikely king of the proverbial hill. Fear not, however, most teams still have 10 to 12 games remaining on their schedules. That’s without considering th…

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Nebraska was three points away from pulling off the ultimate upset the last time it faced off against then-undefeated Purdue. But in that showdown, the Huskers had home-court advantage and all of their starters were present. 

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Another week of Big Ten play brought little clarity to the conference hierarchy. But what’s the fun in that? I fully expect two more months of reshuffling and high jinks. As we reach the midway point of the regular season, we’re just getting into the meat of the sport, when the NCAA Tourname…

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With the holiday break, two weeks have quietly passed since our first Big Ten power rankings of the season. Despite most teams taking around a week off, there was still a measurable shake-up in one of the deepest conferences in college basketball. 

As we head into the holiday season, it’s a great time to reflect on The Daily Nebraskan’s fall semester. As with every fall here at UNL, it was a whirlwind of emotions as Nebraska Football fired Scott Frost only three weeks into the season, Lincoln Calling returned to downtown Lincoln for a …

One of my personal goals in 2022 was to encourage more alumni engagement, and I want to thank all of you that continue to show how special the Daily Nebraskan is, whether that's with your time, your energy, your financial support - or all three!

Who were the greatest DN staff members of all time? Nominate them to the DN Hall of Fame. The Hall of Fame honors 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 tenures. A clas…

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For the first time in school history, Nebraska has made double-digit 3-pointers in three-straight games. That success from deep helped carry the Huskers to a victory over Samford, 71-46, on Sunday. The win gave Husker head coach Amy Williams her 200th win as an NCAA Division I head coach.

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Nebraska’s season came to an end Thursday afternoon in the 2022 NCAA Regional semifinal. It was a gritty, back-and-forth matchup between the Huskers and Oregon. The Ducks ultimately pulled through in the end, coming back from down 2-1 to take the five-set victory.

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It’s 2069, the 200th year anniversary of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. The dean is a robot and professors are holograms. But the only things more futuristic than a meal packaged into a tiny tablet, are the outfits of the future students. 

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In its final meeting of the year, the Nebraska Board of Regents met to vote on the termination of a tenured professor, finalize new room and board rates for 2023 through 2026 and revise sponsorship of speakers with student fees, among other items. 

Some of the biggest names in the video game industry will convene in the aptly-named Microsoft Theater on Dec. 8 to celebrate the year's finest titles at The Game Awards. Voting will, once more, be conducted online, affording consumers the rare opportunity to have their voices heard. 

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Veronica Sheaffer is a fashion designer best known for her debut on “Project Runway,” and her spring/summer 2023 collection titled “Something New” is every party girl’s dream bridal wardrobe. Pieces from the collection were available to view and purchase at a preview party hosted by Noa Brid…

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Nebraska volleyball completed step one on its road to Omaha as the Huskers rolled over Delaware State (25-15, 25-9, 25-10) on Thursday night. After two straight home losses to end the regular season and tough matchups on the horizon, Nebraska is treating the tournament as a fresh start. 

The Daily Nebraskan will be honoring the best performances of freshmen Husker athletes monthly, in part to allow weekly sports to put together as many results as sports played multiple times per week. This month, as fall sports wind down and winter sports ramp up, delivered a host of strong …

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I didn't start drinking coffee until the end of my senior year of high school. Don't get me wrong, I was your typical coffee chain fanatic. I loved getting refreshers, chai tea, red bull infusions, etc. However, when I came to college, my true coffee addiction began. I hadn’t liked the taste…

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We’ve officially entered the fast-paced month of December with Christmas shopping frenzies underway and a warm cup of hot cocoa waiting at home. Hollywood has made no exceptions as shown by a long list of Christmas movies that have already hit streaming channels. From new variations of Chris…

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The Big Ten volleyball regular season has finally come to an end. As six members of volleyball’s top conference prepare for NCAA Tournament play, here’s where each of the 14 teams rank:

The 19th annual Student Dance Project show is an event dedicated to showcasing the dance students’ performances practiced throughout the semester, headed by Associate Professor of Practice in Dance Hye-Won Hwang. The performance will be held on Dec. 2 and 3 at the Temple Building’s Howell Th…

Sports editors Joseph Maier and Gavin Struve dive into the Matt Rhule hire and recap Nebraska's win over Iowa plus their experience at the game. They also touch on Nebraska volleyball as it enters the NCAA tournament and the latest in Nebraska basketball. 

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I have struggled to find my place in college. Like many people, college has turned my world upside down. In my freshman year, I changed my major four times. I had spent my life wanting to be a doctor, though in less than a month I realized it wasn’t the right path for me. 

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College football’s regular season has come to a close after an exhilarating final weekend of action.​ Five Big Ten teams saw their seasons come to an end, but nine qualified for a bowl game and will have one final chance to tie a bow on the 2022 campaign. Most notably, there's a new No. 1 te…

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When the time comes to buy a bookish friend the perfect present for the holiday season, it can be hard to think of something that isn’t already on their bookshelf. The biggest book fiends have already read the most popular releases of the year, so I have gathered a list of books that a reade…

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As the winter months approach, the need for clothing and other essential household items rises. Many families every year struggle to make ends meet and provide for their children. However, for one elementary school in Lincoln, the community has stepped up to help out families in need.

It’s getting colder outside. While the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus might not be the Swiss Alps, it’s still appropriate to dress like an Olympic skier to stay warm on the long walk to class. 

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I feel tempted to abandon all motivation as I careen toward the end of the semester. My workload is increasing, but the gravitational pull of my bed seems to get stronger by the day. 

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For book readers, nothing is more exciting than the Goodreads Choice Awards, an annual event where readers get to vote for their favorite books. That means voting for the top books in romance, fantasy or any other genre that the reader feels aptly invested in.

Omaha-based indie rock band Bad Self Portraits made the trip to The Daily Nebraskan office to perform some of their original songs on Nov. 11. Listen to band members Ingrid Howell, Jesse White, Cole Kempcke and Connor Paintin sing, strum and key their way through three tracks from their most…

“Into the Archives” is a chance to see what The Daily Nebraskan has reported on throughout its 121 years of publishing. Articles are pulled from 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago for a glimpse into DN and campus history.

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Matt Rhule will be Nebraska’s 31st head football coach, athletic director Trev Alberts announced on Saturday. After a quiet two-and-a-half month national search, Alberts landed on Rhule as the replacement for Scott Frost. This comes one day after reports from ESPN reporter Chris Low that the…

Thanks to a pass that is available to veterans and their families through an annual application, Joe Brownell, Director of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Military and Veteran Success Center, and his family were able to experience many national parks in the Washington, D.C. area for free …

Between Nov. 14-21, a plurality of the crimes reported to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Police Department were alcohol-related.

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The Big Ten Football season nears its conclusion with just one week remaining in the regular season. Along with it comes the most-anticipated Big Ten game in recent memory — a matchup between No. 2 Ohio State and No. 3 Michigan in The Game, with the teams both meeting while undefeated for th…

The aura around the Husker soccer team has certainly changed after their first Big Ten Tournament appearance since 2018. That sentiment was only furthered by a 4-0 victory over Ohio State in the quarterfinals at Hibner Stadium in front of 1,519 fans.

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Gift-giving and gift-receiving season has officially arrived. Gone are the days when an American Girl doll and a water gun are at the top of the handwritten Christmas wishlist sent to Santa. We are fashionistas now, and we need to ensure that our Christmas wish list reflects our high standards. 

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Each semester, University of Nebraska-Lincoln students are charged a flat rate covering University Program and Facilities Fees, or UPFF, also known as student fees. Often, students don’t know exactly where these fees are going or who decides how their money is spent.

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When it comes to films, none have moved me the way “She Said” did. A story about two journalists, this tale follows them in investigating Hollywood’s most prominent figure, Harvey Weinstein. The movie covers true testimonies of women who have been harassed, coerced and physically and emotion…

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As a child, I strived to create traditions for my family to make our lives feel less ordinary. I remember watching Disney TV shows and movies growing up where the main character had traditions that were unique. It made me feel like I was boring, when in reality I hadn't quite understood what…

“Into the Archives” is a chance to see what The Daily Nebraskan has reported on throughout its 121 years of publishing. Articles are pulled from 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago for a glimpse into DN and campus history.

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In the final week of Big Ten conference play, No. 6 Nebraska began its three-match stretch against its first of three AVCA Top-20 opponents — No. 19 Purdue. The match’s back-and-forth closeness aligned with what would be expected from two high-caliber teams in a high-stakes matchup in volley…

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On Tuesday, Nov. 15, nominations for the 65th annual GRAMMY Awards were announced from the GRAMMY Museum in Los Angeles. The live streamed event featured appearances from the Recording Academy president, Harvey Mason Jr., along with pop sensations Olivia Rodrigo and Machine Gun Kelly. 

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When the time comes to buy a bookish friend the perfect present for the holiday season, it can be hard to think of something that isn’t already on their bookshelf. The biggest book fiends have already read the most popular releases of the year, so I have gathered a list of books that a reade…

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As the winter months approach, the need for clothing and other essential household items rises. Many families every year struggle to make ends meet and provide for their children. However, for one elementary school in Lincoln, the community has stepped up to help out families in need.

It’s getting colder outside. While the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus might not be the Swiss Alps, it’s still appropriate to dress like an Olympic skier to stay warm on the long walk to class. 

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I feel tempted to abandon all motivation as I careen toward the end of the semester. My workload is increasing, but the gravitational pull of my bed seems to get stronger by the day. 

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For book readers, nothing is more exciting than the Goodreads Choice Awards, an annual event where readers get to vote for their favorite books. That means voting for the top books in romance, fantasy or any other genre that the reader feels aptly invested in.

Omaha-based indie rock band Bad Self Portraits made the trip to The Daily Nebraskan office to perform some of their original songs on Nov. 11. Listen to band members Ingrid Howell, Jesse White, Cole Kempcke and Connor Paintin sing, strum and key their way through three tracks from their most…

“Into the Archives” is a chance to see what The Daily Nebraskan has reported on throughout its 121 years of publishing. Articles are pulled from 10, 25, 50, 75 and 100 years ago for a glimpse into DN and campus history.

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Matt Rhule will be Nebraska’s 31st head football coach, athletic director Trev Alberts announced on Saturday. After a quiet two-and-a-half month national search, Alberts landed on Rhule as the replacement for Scott Frost. This comes one day after reports from ESPN reporter Chris Low that the…