Monthly Archive: November 2013

Huskers commit five turnovers, fall to Spartans 41-28 1

Huskers commit five turnovers, fall to Spartans 41-28

Story and photos by C.L. Sill, NewsNetNebraska The Husker offense coughed up the ball five times, four on the ground and once through the air, en route to a 41-28 loss to Michigan State...

Nebraska Crossing outlets officially open to public 0

Nebraska Crossing outlets officially open to public

Story and photos by Megan Conway, NewsNetNebraska Men, hide those checkbooks where your women won’t look because it’s official, the brand new Nebraska Crossing Outlets mall in Gretna is now open to the public....

‘Season of Seven’ breathes life to Colorado’s Winter Park Resort 0

‘Season of Seven’ breathes life to Colorado’s Winter Park Resort

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Lincoln’s Kids Against Hunger helps Haiyan victims 0

Lincoln’s Kids Against Hunger helps Haiyan victims

Story and Lincoln photos by C.L. Sill, NewsNetNebraska Video by Clair Porter, NewsNetNebraska Typhoon Haiyan left millions without food and shelter last week when it tore through the Philippines. Thousands of victims were killed...

Lincoln detours a costly headache for some 0

Lincoln detours a costly headache for some

Lincoln drivers are becoming used to the detours they have to take due to road construction. Small businesses are also noticing the effects of the work. NewsNetNebraska reporter Megan Conway has more.

A UNL Rose by any other name keeps busy 0

A UNL Rose by any other name keeps busy

Rose Sousek has been the UNL women’s basketball secretary for 15 years. Though it is a full time job her work doesn’t end when she leaves the office at five p.m. In many ways...

Defining academic dishonesty at UNL 0

Defining academic dishonesty at UNL

A UNL professor has accused 11 of his students for cheating by using information easily found with a simple Google search. NewsNetNebraska’s Jenna Jaynes discovered how available these documents are for students, and if...

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Nebraska’s first male color guard lives his dream

Growing up in Nebraska, it’s nearly every boy’s dream to play football for the Nebraska Cornhuskers. And while one freshman is on Memorial Stadium’s turf every game day, he isn’t wearing a jersey. Star...

Ivana Jackson: alumna extraordinaire 0

Ivana Jackson: alumna extraordinaire

Story by Brianna Foster, Heather Haskins and Casey Sill, Photos by Meghin Williams, NewsNetNebraska Ivana Jackson is a 2010 graduate of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  Shortly after graduating from UNL, Jackson was the creator...

CoJMC alumna shares experience with students 0

CoJMC alumna shares experience with students

Ivana Jackson, a graduate of UNL’s journalism college, visited Lincoln Monday to provide students some tips before they graduated. Story by TJ Henning, Kassi Nelson and Megan Conway, Photos by Meghin Williams, Video by...