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Felius Cat Cafe brings new home for cats and coffee fanatics 0

Felius Cat Cafe brings new home for cats and coffee fanatics

Fans of cats and coffee alike have taken a liking to Omaha’s newest cafe: Felius Cat Cafe. This locally owned coffee shop allows a person to order a latte and then cuddle with a...

UNL Senior Studies Ancient Tribe in Kenya 0

UNL Senior Studies Ancient Tribe in Kenya

When Cody Willnerd was offered the opportunity to be one of the first researchers to study a 5,000-year-old tribe in Kenya, he did not hesitate to say yes. And, if the University of Nebraska...

Huskers lose fifth straight in 41-24 loss at Wisconsin 0

Huskers lose fifth straight in 41-24 loss at Wisconsin

Nebraska traveled to Madison, Wisconsin in search of its first win, but fell short yet again.Nebraska traveled to Madison, Wisconsin to take on the No. 16 Wisconsin Badgers on Saturday in search of its...

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Pike Spike: Volleyball for a cause

Annual volleyball tournament more about benefiting a cause than winning. On the chilly Saturday morning of September 30, the fraternity members of University of Nebraska-Lincoln’s Pike got together for their annual philanthropy event, Pike...

Passions Can Influence Friends and Family 0

Passions Can Influence Friends and Family

You come to what looks like a dead end, but you continue through the rusted old gate and continue down the long gravel road. Every time you inch forward you can feel the crunching...

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Student- run Nonprofit Continues To Thrive

Camp Kesem continues to recruit, support and change the lives of students – and kidsWhen Hannah DePriest walked onto campus her freshman year, she felt lost. She didn’t join Greek life, she wasn’t a...

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The Weekly Grind: Oct. 28-Nov.3

  Drink in the week’s most important stories — all in one place. In the time it takes to drink your first cup of coffee, we’ll help you get caught up. UNL professor’s Facebook...

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Ginno Montoya: An Underdog Story

The underdog ­– champion of the people and nightmare of the champion. Their tales go back as far as The Bible and as recent as last year’s NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament.   But all...