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Brazilian student finds a cure for homesickness

Arthur Evaristo Age: 22 Home: Recife, Brazil Major: Agricultural engineering Hobby: Video games Favorite saying: The world is like the mirror that reflects each person’s thoughts. The way that you face life makes all...


Twelve hours to the north and a world away

Tárcia Moraes Age: 24 Home: Belo Horizonte, Brazil Major: Electrical engineering Hobby: Volleyball Favorite saying: What doesn’t kill you, makes you stronger. listen Stepping onto the airplane, Tárcia Moraes knew that in about 12 hours...


Sips and Subs offering home-style meals and service

By Doug Norby, NewsNetNebraska   Surrounded by vintage lunchboxes and an aesthetic that calls back to the golden age of diners, Nicki Cruse dishes out home-cooked food and lively conversation with her regular customers....


Staff contributor: Cristina Woodworth

Cristina Woodworth is a senior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in journalism and environmental studies. She has worked as a reporter for the Daily Nebraskan, Norfolk Daily News and NEBRASKALand Magazine, and as...

Staff contributor: Morgan Spiehs 0

Staff contributor: Morgan Spiehs

Morgan Spiehs is a senior journalism major and women and gender studies minor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who specializes in photojournalism. She worked at the student newspaper, the Daily Nebraskan, as a senior...


Staff contributor: Emily Nitcher

Emily Nitcher is a senior journalism major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. After graduating in May, Nitcher will be a summer intern at the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette. She has worked at the Daily Nebraskan and...


Staff contributor: Jacy Marmaduke

Jacy Marmaduke will graduate in May 2015 with a degree in news-editorial journalism and a minor in political science. She is editor-in-chief of UNL’s student newspaper, the Daily Nebraskan, and has interned at the...


Staff contributor: Sarah Hoelting

Sarah Hoelting from Lincoln, Nebraska, is a December graduate in journalism at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Her next “life step” is working with AmeriCorps’s healthy future program.