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The Fight for Nebraska Football

by Brian Rosenthal  When it comes to navigating a normal college football schedule with few interruptions, no coach in the nation has experienced worse fortune than Scott Frost. In only his second year as a head coach, at Central Florida,...


Morrill Hall

Archie, the sculpture in front of Morrill Hall is named for the tallest mammoth mounted on exhibit in the world—and part of the museum’s original collection.

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Go Outside

Lincoln’s Parks and Trails by Julie Nichols Miles of Trails Known as a bike-friendly city, Lincoln offers 25 trails, offering riders anything from urban commuter tracks and neighborhood loops to challenging long treks through natural landscapes.  As 2020 brought more...


College Town

Lincoln is a college town. From the flagship campus of Nebraska’s state university to our smaller private and public institutions, Lincoln offers a variety of higher education opportunities to expand knowledge, skills and career opportunities.  The University of Nebraska-Lincoln The...


Fiber Art: Across the World —Across Time

by Laura Chapman With quilts and textiles from more than 50 countries—and counting—the International Quilt Study Center & Museum’s 2019 exhibition calendar will highlight its expanding global collection and research. Beginning in Winter 2019, two exhibitions will showcase quiltmaking and...


A Husker Comes Home

by Brian Rosenthal  There is no place like Nebraska. Those words from the University of Nebraska school song perhaps explain better than any other words why Scott Frost returned to coach the Nebraska football team, and why he’s destined to...


Husker Women Shine

by Tyler Thomas When people think about Nebraska, it’s usually two things; corn and the Cornhuskers. That makes sense. Corn is the biggest crop in the state, and the Nebraska Cornhuskers are the premier sports brand. Cornhuskers (or Huskers) brings...