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Senior assessments cap off students’ college career

Story, photos and video by Jim Tully, NewsNetNebraska Even after four-plus years of intro classes, advanced classes, midterms, finals, late-night study sessions, all-day study sessions, weight gain, weight loss, stress, stress and more stress,...

UNL’s Innovation Campus celebrates initial construction phase 0

UNL’s Innovation Campus celebrates initial construction phase

Story by Emily Younger, NewsNetNebraska Former State Fair Park after UNL’s Innovation Campus’ demolitions. After more than a century, shredded wood, metal and debris are all that’s left at the former Nebraska State Fair...

SPORTSTAKE: What we’re thinking about in sports. 0

SPORTSTAKE: What we’re thinking about in sports.

  Every week, our sports reporters gather around a table to talk about the issues of the week, from a referee’s blown call in the most recent Husker football game to memories of of...

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Could Nebraska be a ‘blue’ state?

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W7yPFyQ1lgo[/youtube] Video by Jake Sorensen, NewsNetNebraska It’s been 48 years since a Democratic presidential candidate won the majority of Nebraska’s Electoral College votes.  That’s why many people would say Nebraska is a Republican state....

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U.S. Senate race, Nebraska

Democrat Bob Kerrey, a former Nebraska governor and U.S. senator, is facing Republican Deb Fischer, a state lawmaker, in the race for an open U.S. Senate seat. The winner will replace Democrat Ben Nelson,...

Early voting provides flexibility for Nebraska students 0

Early voting provides flexibility for Nebraska students

Story and photos by Christina Condreay, NewsNetNebraska Four years ago, just 48 percent of Americans 18 to 24 voted, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Compare that to the more than 65 percent of...