Monthly Archive: January 2017

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Skin deep: A stigmatized sickness in Nepal

By Calla Kessler Although many assume leprosy is an ancient disease restricted to biblical times, it is still rampant in Southeast Asia. The lack of vaccinations, malnutrition and poor living conditions create breeding grounds...

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Vegan, vegetarian trend hits Lincoln

Story, photo and video by Wellesley Michael, NewsNetNebraska Although more Lincoln restaurants are working to serve the dietary needs of vegan and vegetarian customers with specific menu items, catering exclusively to these diets has opened a niche market in...

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UNL sophomore receives multiple internships

Emmie McMinn is a sophomore at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying journalism and advertising/public relations. McMinn is currently a fellow at the Omaha World-Herald working with the online team and serves as the engagement...

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UNL student helps plan sorority recruitment

In Sarah Berger’s three years at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, her sorority, Phi Mu, has been a significant part of her identity. Now, sororities are going to take on a larger role for the...