UNL Pushes for Civil Discourse on Campus

January 25th, 2019

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Two incidents centered around free speech brought the University of Nebraska into the spotlight during the last two years. In a report for NET News, Brandon McDermott explores how the administration, faculty and students are responding.

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UNL Students Uncover ‘An Occasion to Smile’ in Turkey Excavation

December 18th, 2018

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An NET News interview with UNL art history professor Michael Hoff shed some light on the results of an excavation in Turkey by Nebraska students, including details on artifacts that they found there.

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New Nebraska Law aims to prevent under-age drinking/drug deaths

October 2nd, 2015

By Ryan Robertson

A new state law makes it easier for under-age Nebraskans to call for help when they or a friend might have had too much to drink or used drugs

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Local researcher examines relationship between pesticides and bee behaviors

September 3rd, 2015

By Ben Bohall

Erin Ingram is an entomologist with the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Recently, her and a team of fellow researchers set out to determine if there’s a link between pesticides associated with orchards across the United States and Midwest and the behaviors of honey bees

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Nebraska Artists Swap Brushstrokes For Keystrokes

January 17th, 2013

By Hilary Stohs-Krause

Lincoln, NE — When it comes to contemporary art, forget paintbrushes, blocks of stone, or pottery wheels; for some Nebraska artists, it’s all about supercomputers, lines of code, and robots.

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Drones To Fly In Nebraska Skies

January 10th, 2013

By Ryan Robertson

Lincoln, NE — The wars in Iraq and Afghanistan led to groundbreaking innovations in new technologies. Many of those advances came in the form of unmanned aerial vehicles, or UAVs.

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