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Daily Archive: September 14, 2011
Student Association President, Morgan Jo Nelson answers students questions on several campus issues.
Roughly 250 members of the campus and community gathered Monday on the Flag Plaza of the Dean’s Green to commemorate the tenth anniversary of 9/11 and the Nebraskan soldiers who have died in the war.
Last Saturday, the Eagles lost a 21-point lead, the game, and two big-name offensive players – quarterback Jonn McLain and running back Dominic Morris are gone for the season.
In this tough economy it is hard to keep a balanced budget. With worries over job security, the Republican gutting of social services, and paying the bills, we try to find the cheapest products to buy to fulfill our wants and needs.
To those who have been keeping up with Nebraska news, they are probably familiar with a proposed oil pipeline that will traverse from the oil sands of Canada down to refineries in Texas. As it stands now, the pipeline will pass straight through Nebraska, right over the underground Ogallala Aquifer, which is the main source of freshwater for the region.
The 2011-12 Galaxy Series starts this Thursday with the concert “Ricky Nelson Remembered.”
Sometimes it’s almost too easy to find a good movie that you can sit down and enjoy without criticizing every bit of it. This category, however, does not include “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past,” directed by Mark Waters.
We’ve all heard the phrases “Slow down” or “Take it easy” and “Give it a shot” before. These usually are preceded by our behavior of eating too fast, working too hard, not being outgoing enough, or other similar habits. What others are simply saying is to moderate your behavior, if not you’ll have problems.
Kathryn Kenning, left, 19, sophomore of Elwood, and Hannah Ceremuga, 19, sophomore of Rapid City slide down a large tarp on the hill adjacent to the Math and Science Building on Thursday during the RLA event Fun in the Sun.