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Christa Rahl

I'm a senior Journalism major from Papillion, Nebraska.

Fresh Faces- Kate Kadrmas prepared to stand up for women as...

Kate Kadrmas smiles for a portrait.
When Kate Kadrmas laces up her sneakers for the heptathlon, she knows she has plenty to compete against. With seven events in two days, she...

Fresh Faces- Noah Stafursky ready to be the underdog

Noah Stafursky sits in Andersen Hall.
Noah Stafursky has always rooted for the underdogs and is ready to be one as a Husker lineman.

Fresh Faces- Madison Lueger ready to take on track and field...

Madison Lueger smiles
Madison Lueger is used to being pushed. She’s used to training every month of the year. And she’s ready to take on a challenging...

Fresh Faces- Andrew Englert ready for more practice, success in track

Andrew Englert smiles for a photo
Andrew Englert is ready to improve his cross country times.

Fresh Faces- Kevon Davenport certain he will go the distance

Kevon Davenport practices wrestling in Bob Devaney Sports Center.
When Kevon Davenport was 10 years old, he told his dad he wanted to be the best wrestler in the world. Almost a decade later,...

Fresh Faces- Brian Beach looking to improve cross country times over...

Brian Beach runs on the Ed Weir track outside.
Brian Beach is looking forward to improving his times from cross country in the following seasons.

Fresh Faces: Andre Saleh born with a racket in his hand

Andre Saleh smiles on a white wall.
Freshman tennis player Andre Saleh has been playing tennis since he was in diapers.

Pet the Stress Away event gives students a smile

Michelle Brekke gives her dog, Tango, a kiss at the Union Plaza.
The Daily Nebraskan and Big Red Resilience and Wellbeing welcomed therapy dogs to campus for students to pet and de-stress.

University of Nebraska Presidential Priority Candidate Ted Carter hosts student forum

University of Nebraska Presidential Priority Candidate Ted Carter talks into a microphone in the College of Business atrium.
Ted Carter met with the UNL student body Nov. 5 to answer their questions as part of his reviewing process.

UNL alumni enjoy home-field advantage for Saturday’s GameDay

Mike Ruhlman and Joe Andreasen stand behind the College GameDay desk with Memorial Stadium as a backdrop
Nebraska may not be for everyone as the new marketing slogan says, but for ESPN's College GameDay broadcast, this week it was just right....