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Meg Rice

Senior journalism student

Minority communities affected by pandemic

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Racial and ethnic minority Nebraskans mirror their national counterparts in being disproportionately affected by COVID-19, Nebraska researchers say. In Nebraska, Barbara Gomez Aguinaga, assistant professor...

Great Plains Conference connects culture and climate change perceptions

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By definition, climate change is a scientific issue backed by facts and evidence. However, as Andrew Hoffman, a professor of Sustainable Enterprise at the...

Native educator fights for justice, inclusion and healing

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Renee Sans Souci has experienced pain and hardships for most of her life.  As a member of the Omaha Tribe of Nebraska, her people’s traditions...

Celebrating Women’s Day during a pandemic

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Last year on International Women’s Day, people filled Omaha’s streets fighting for women’s rights. This year, that fight looked a little different.  You Go Girl...

Women in STEM leadership roles breaking cycle of male-dominated field

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Mariah Lundgren gets to wake up every day and do what she loves.  Being a producer at the Platte Basin Timelapse, a multimedia project that...