Monthly Archive: December 2012

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Marching band supports Huskers win or lose

Story and video by Bryce Arens, NewsNetNebraska The miserable defeat of the Huskers in the Big 10 championship game was hard on a lot of people: Players. Coaches. Fans. But it was particularly difficult...

UNL’s Innovation Campus celebrates initial construction phase 0

UNL’s Innovation Campus celebrates initial construction phase

Story by Emily Younger, NewsNetNebraska Former State Fair Park after UNL’s Innovation Campus’ demolitions. After more than a century, shredded wood, metal and debris are all that’s left at the former Nebraska State Fair...

Lincoln’s plans for future population ‘spike’ 0

Lincoln’s plans for future population ‘spike’

Story by Jake Sorensen, NewsNetNebraska Lincoln, Neb., is growing at a rapid pace. It’s current population of 262,000 could ‘boom’ another 120,000 people by 2040 according to U.S. Census Bureau projections. Is Lincoln ready...

Experts say college remains valuable investment 0

Experts say college remains valuable investment

Story by Christina Condreay | NewsNetNebraska With graduate school applications due, resume writing workshops to attend and December graduation approaching, a new class of college graduates is preparing to enter a tough workforce. National...

Program encourages students to get involved, vote 0

Program encourages students to get involved, vote

Story, graphics and video by Kayla Stauffer, NewsNetNebraska Despite a recent boost in voter turnout among youth, 18 to 29-year-olds remain the most underrepresented age group in the national electorate, according to the United...

Cheerleader injury rates rising 0

Cheerleader injury rates rising

Young all-star cheerleaders at Nebraska Cheer Center practice their routine. Cheerleading accounts for two-thirds of all catastrophic injuries for high school girls, often resulting from high-flying stunts. Anna Reed, NewsNetNebraska Pom-poms and pleated skirts...