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Grace Fitzgibbon

is a senior journalism and English major from Lincoln who is interested in arts and entertainment, feature, and creative writing.

Pandemic food safety concerns unsubstantiated

A customer hold a bag open and selects a red apple from an apple display at a grocery store.
This spring, at the inception of the pandemic, consumers were quarantining groceries in garages, wiping products with disinfectant and feeling wary of restaurant health...

First-time beekeepers juggle insects and hive threats

Sarah Schiefelbein, dressed in a beekeeping suit, lifts up honeycomb in a hive tray outside in Council Bluffs, Iowa.
Bees have been coveted for both their honey and influence over the ecosystem and food supply; they are key to pollination of Nebraska crops...

Nebraska Extension offers virtual learning during pandemic

Two students test nano treated
Through the power of science and sparkles and after 26 hours of planning, Nebraska Extension’s 4-H Youth Development launched the first session of Living...

Wellness Center Meal Kit Mondays offer alternative to subscription boxes

Brenna Mazour puts spinach in a bag in the Wellness Kitchen
Shipped-to-home meal kits like HelloFresh and Blue Apron have become notorious for popping up in podcasts and YouTube ads, wiggling their way into the...

Pipher advocates activism to move the country ahead

Mary Pipher gives a talk surrounded by honors students outside the Van Brunt Visitor Center
When it comes to the world’s major problems, “activism is an antidote to despair,” according to noted Nebraska activist Mary Pipher during a daylong...

Video: Library exhibit highlights 150 years of university history

As the University of Nebraska-Lincoln wraps up its N150 celebration, the Heart of Campus exhibit at Love Library South details the history of the...

Piano performance major Sean Lebita competes and composes

Sean Lebita at piano
University of Nebraska-Lincoln sophomore piano performance major Sean Lebita is caught between two musical loves – jazz and classical piano. When he’s focusing on...

Flood leaves Kearney residents unprepared

Man moves tree branch
Thousands pass by Kearney resident Steve Reidy’s house every single day. On the north side of I-80, there sits a lake surrounded by large houses...