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UNL freshmen experience change

With technology bridging the gap between students and parents, incoming freshmen are having easier transitions to college.

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Profile: Nathaniel Perlow

Download Photos:High Resolution By Narges Attaie, NewsNetNebraska Nathaniel Perlow says his passion for soccer put him on the path to journalism. The 21-year-old junior broadcasting major at the University of Nebraska- Lincoln developed a...

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Profile: Maureen Wurtz

By Rachael Ruybalid, News Net Nebraska Maureen Wurtz has known what she wanted to be “when she grew up,” since age 15.  After a local TV station filmed Maureen giving a speech to her...

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Profile: Caleb Dohmen

By Garret Durst, News Net Nebraska Growing up in Iowa, Caleb Dohmen always wanted to play football for Nebraska. Now, as a junior, he is one of the team’s biggest fans. Said Caleb, “I...

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Profile: Rachael Ruybalid

Download Photos:High Resolution By: Maureen Wurtz, NewsNetNebraska Before choosing to pursue a career in journalism, Rachael Ruybalid, 22, was torn between two loves: animals and writing. She quickly realized that veterinarian school was not...

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Profile: Josh Compton

By Jared Hanner, NewsNetNebraska Josh Compton has walked countless computer users through setting up their new machines and software. But while we might walk our parents through uploading songs to their iPod over the...


Bryan School gives students a second chance

By Anna Mostek, NewsNetNebraska If it hadn’t been for Bryan Community High School, Scott Smith believes he would most likely be in jail right now. “Honestly, I probably would not be out walking around,”...


Downtown a danger zone for Lincoln cyclists

Riding a bicycle may be green, but is it safe? In 2009, there were 129 bicycle accidents reported across the city, including 23 downtown alone. “Biking in downtown Lincoln is dangerous,” said Katie Flood,...


UNL goes mobile with iHusker

Fans of Apple’s iPhone and iTouch can now tap into a wealth of information about the University of Nebraska-Lincoln thanks to a new application, called iHusker, created at the school. The app features campus...