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Cam Prall

I am a journalism major and Spanish minor at UNL, and I will graduate in the spring of 2021. I hope to travel the world after the pandemic is over (someday).

LGBTQ+ couple shares how public acceptance evolved, yet remains the same

Close up of Joanna and Kristine on their wedding day in October 2020 in black and white. Photo courtesy of Jackie Akers.
Joanna and Kristine Carollo said life for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer people is drastically different today than it was 30 to 40...

Annual shoe drive in Lincoln collects footwear for People’s City Mission...

Large group of participants in front of the People's City Mission help center in 2019, for the One Day Without Shoes Drive.
People’s City Mission and Cornhusker Bank are hosting the 11th annual One Day Without Shoes, an event to collect new or gently used shoes...

Couple says Nebraska’s LGBTQ+ community lacks visibility, offers solution

Becky(left) and Shireen(right) Moshiri standing on their back yard porch in front of a flowering tree. Photo by Cam Prall/NNS.
Becky and Shireen Moshiri met for the first time at a rugby party in 2004.  “I was intimidated by her; that's why I liked her,”...

Celebrating identity through visual art

A mural by Mexican American artists David Manzanares, and Kendra Limón, located at 11th and G St. in Lincoln.
This story also available en español As an 18-year-old mixed media artist based in Lincoln, Kendra Limón often creates images that reflect her Mexican-American...

Celebrando la identidad a través del arte visual

A mural by Mexican American artists David Manzanares, and Kendra Limón, located at 11th and G St. in Lincoln.
Como una artista de técnica mixta de 18 años, Kendra Limón a menudo crea imágenes que reflejan su cultura mexicoamericana. Limón nació en Denison, Iowa....

Nebraska Water Center seminar addresses Native American water rights

Map of land ruled as an Indian Reservation in Oklahoma in McGirt v. Oklahoma (2020). Red shaded area represents territory of the Five Tribes of Oklahoma.
Marty Matlock, chairman of the Cherokee Nation Environmental Protection Commission, talked about Native American natural resource rights in a presentation as part of the...

Lincoln music studio adapts practice during pandemic

Four of Blue Raven Music Studios students perform outside of Goldenrod Pastries in College View.
When Blue Raven Music Studios in Lincoln opened its doors in March of 2009, co-owners Matt and Jenny Richardson never considered offering online instrument...