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Anya Graubard presidential debate response

Story, Photo and Audio by Julia Nguyen, NewsNetNebraska Anya Graubard, a sophomore Anthroplogy and Biology minor, found the first presidential debate on Monday, September 26, 2016 rather interesting. Graubard said each candidate’s true colors...

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Ella Buxton’s presidential debate response

Audio, Photo and Story by Wellesley Michael, NewsNetNebraska Ella Buxton, a senior nutrition exercise and health science major, was surprised by the most watched presidential debate in American history. Buxton believed Hillary Clinton’s presentation made...

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Debate reaction with Professor John Hibbing

Story by Allan Christensen, NewsNetNebraska John Hibbing is the Foundation Regent University Professor of Political Science at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.  Hibbing said that most thought that Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton won the debate...

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Debate reaction with Karez Hassan

Karez Hassan is a master’s student in educational administration with an emphasis in student affairs from Shaqlawa, Iraq. She was also one of the nearly 80 million Americans who tuned-in to the most watched...

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Debate reaction with Kellan Heavican

Story, photo and audio by Jack Housenga, NewsNetNebraska Kellan Heavican, a UNL junior broadcasting major from Schuyler, Nebraska, shared his thoughts on the Sept. 26, 2016, presidential debate, which featured democratic candidate Hillary Clinton...

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Server’s take on the Debate

Story and photo by Anthony Ainslie, NewsNetNebraska A political science student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln was not very surprised after Donald Trump’s and Hillary Clinton’s performances on Monday. Matthew Server was one of millions of...

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Debate reaction with Anthony Skaleski

Story, audio and photo by Andy Vipond, NewsNetNebraska Anthony Skaleski, a senior English major at UNL, watched Monday’s night debate with an indifference. Hoping either candidate would sway him one way or another. Neither...

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Henke, debate reaction with Barry Robbins

Photo, text and audio recording by Zach Henke, NewsNetNebraska Barry Robbins, junior business administration major at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, shares his opinion the Sept. 26, 2016, presidential debate between Republican candidate Donald Trump, and Democratic candidate...

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Presidential debate reaction with Kim Euter

Story, audio and photo by Mekenzie Kerr, NewsNetNebraska Kimberly Euter, a senior global studies and French major with a minor in business at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, feels that the presidential debate that took...

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Mike Riley – Nelson

Story by Jordan Nelson Lincoln, Ne – Tommy Armstrong Jr. scored the game winning touchdown with 2:29 left in the game. Then it was Nebraska’s defense turn to step up and make a huge...