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Women leadership: Representation creates spaces and hope for future generations of...

three women standing around a table
How women encourage and advocate for young Nebraskan women in gaining confidence and honing leadership skills By Ranya Aribi and Olivia Taylor A place where women...

The fight against food insecurity: How Lincoln is providing food to...

The Lincoln Fresh Truck labelled "Lincoln Fresh, where health is free!"
Having access to enough food, something that feels like a norm to many is an uncertain reality for a lot of Nebraska households.  A study...

Why students are traveling overseas to study in Nebraska

Man standing outside of the Pinnacle Bank Arena in his gap and gown on the day of his graduation in May 2020.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is home to more than 3,000 international students who make up approximately 10.9% of the total student population.  Eight years ago,...

Fasting and schoolwork: Muslim students at UNL share Ramadan challenges

Khalil Sultani sitting on a rock at the University of Nebraska Lincoln.
Pushing your mind to focus when your body hasn’t had any food or water all day is a difficult task, one that Muslim college...

Coffee on wheels: Mobile trucks in Lincoln keep residents caffeinated

Business owners are taking to the streets to bring coffee to the Lincoln community in mobile trucks.  Bradley Jenson, owner of The Chocolate Season, a...

Afghan refugee finds her niche with successful Lincoln business

Tamana Ayubzai, salon owner standing outside of her business in front of a sign on the wall.
Tamana Ayubzai came to Lincoln in 2000 as a frightened seven-year-old girl.  Ayubzai, her mother and her five siblings fled Afghanistan after her family was...