Monthly Archive: May 2013

Lincoln’s paving the way to a bike friendly Nebraska 0

Lincoln’s paving the way to a bike friendly Nebraska

Story and photo by Robert Vencil, NewsNetNebraska Nebraska ranked 41st in bicycle friendliness according to The League of American Bicyclists.  The ranking represents the entire state, but many in Lincoln feel it’s a misrepresentation...

Ex-high school athlete explores the other side of sports 0

Ex-high school athlete explores the other side of sports

Story and video by: Megan Bauerle, NewsNetNebraska Andrew Peters Jr. is not your run-of-the-mill ex-high school athlete. After graduating from Tri-County High School in 2008, Peters decided to pursue the “aesthetic side” of athletics...

Biofeedback therapy provides stress relief through body function control 0

Biofeedback therapy provides stress relief through body function control

Story and photos by Bethany Knipp, NewsNetNebraska No human can go through his or her lifespan without experiencing stress.  For Bryan Health’s Connie Rose, stress is a full-time job. She helps people cope with...

Tough Mudder, training for the extreme obstacle course 0

Tough Mudder, training for the extreme obstacle course

Story by: Alexander Hall NewsNetNebraska Wading through freezing water, sliding on mud with exposed electric wires overhead and climbing Everest in a single day is now possible. Obstacle courses are designed to test stamina and...

Lincoln Marathon no match for 52-year-old man 0

Lincoln Marathon no match for 52-year-old man

Story by: Alicia Mikoloyck NewsNetNebraska Mark Krieger started running just to keep up with his 18-year-old son’s senior soccer team; little did he know it would turn into something more than that. “They got...

Staff Profile: Chris Peters 0

Staff Profile: Chris Peters

Story by Bethany Knipp, photo and video by Alex Hall, NewsNetNebraska Senior Chris Peters’ life has been on the fast track for the last couple of years.  A Nebraska native who transplanted to Colorado,...

Staff profile – Megan Bauerle 0

Staff profile – Megan Bauerle

Story and photo by Alicia Mikoloyck, NewsNetNebraska Megan Bauerle can’t pick a favorite. The senior news-editorial student at the University of Nebraska – Lincoln, has a passion for both copy editing and graphic design....

Staff profile – Alicia Mikoloyck 0

Staff profile – Alicia Mikoloyck

Story and photo by Megan Bauerle, NewsNetNebraska Alicia Mikoloyck (mike-oh-LAW-check) has always been fascinated by journalism. “I loved watching and reading the news when I was little, and I still do.” A 21-year-old news-editorial...

Staff profile – Ben Rickaby 0

Staff profile – Ben Rickaby

Story and photo by Robert Vencil, NewsNetNebraska Twenty-two-year-old University of Nebraska-Lincoln senior Ben Rickaby has seen a lot of change in his life.  He has lived in six different cities and attended three different...