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Andrianna Jacobs

Senior Journalism, Psychology and Broadcasting major from Rochester, Minnesota. Captain and pole vaulter on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Women's Track and Field Team.

Masked Mayhem: UNL students navigate the COVID-19 pandemic

Masked Mayhem details the personal accounts of how various student groups at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are adapting and handling the COVID-19 pandemic. Students...

Truth about rape and abuse still causes heartache for award-winning investigative...

Paula Lavigne, UNL alumna and 1998 CoJMC graduate, covers investigative stories for ESPN, Outside the Lines and SportsCenter.
As tough as it is for Paula Lavigne to hear the troubling stories of countless victims of rape, sexual assault, domestic abuse and many...

Excelling non-revenue men’s sports hurt by struggling Huskers football team

The Huskers Men’s Track and Field Team celebrating after winning the 2019 Indoor Big Ten Championships.
Men’s sports at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln must cut student-athletes or force them to sit out one season as redshirts to make room for the growing...

Never be the same

Abby Johnston poses for a portrait photo.
A sophomore on the University of Nebraska-Lincoln women’s gymnastics team hoped moving from Parkland, Florida, to Lincoln, Nebraska would give her a fresh start.   Abby...

Shooting for change in the LGBTQ+ Community

Close up of Emily Cheramie.
Emily Cheramie is proud of her sexuality. She is a gay woman. Being a Husker student-athlete has given her a platform to promote change. She...

Defending on and off the court

Chen Abramovich poses for portrait.
Chen Abramovich knows how to defend. Both for her team and for her country. The sophomore Defensive Specialist on UNL’s Volleyball Team is a native...

Standing Alone

Ahmed poses during Husker Golf practice.
Instead of feeling reassured, Noor Ahmed’s friends and family worried about her attending college in the Midwest. The 20-year-old is believed to be the first...

Husker Bowlers Hope to Continue Tradition of Success with New Head...

Head Coach Klempa stands in front of Husker Bowling Alley before Husker's practice.
Long-time assistant bowling coach Paul Klempa said he hopes to maintain the University of Nebraska-Lincoln Women’s Bowling Team's success as he begins his first...

Mercurio Wins 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year

Angela Mercurio Accepts the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year award.
Husker graduate and former triple jump star, Angela Mercurio, earned the 2019 NCAA Woman of the Year award Saturday, October 20th.

Leaping for More

Petra Luteran studying in the stadium after practice.
A high jumper for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln found strength in new passions after tearing ACL at the 2018 Big Ten Indoor Championships.