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Seth Marshall

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Senior at University of Nebraska-Lincoln studying journalism with a focus on photojournalism. I’m a part of UNITE as social outreach. I participate in other events and organizations that are associated with the Jackie Gaughan Multicultural Center. I’m an active photographer, my specialties include sports and feature photography. I enjoy biking, board games, and reading.

Second night of protests on O Street calmer

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People protest down street
On the second night of protests over the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis, protesters gathered across the city; at the County City building,...

Protesters gather in downtown Lincoln calling for police reform, justice for...

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Protesters with signs
Protesters gathered throughout downtown Lincoln on Sunday carrying signs and chanting "I can't breathe" in response to the the death of George Floyd in...

Ricketts says Nebraska will slowly ease pandemic restrictions

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an image of the coronavirus
Governor Pete Ricketts said Friday that Nebraska would slowly ease restrictions during his daily coronavirus news conference. Ricketts said several guidelines must still be followed...

After classes moved online, those left on campus say it’s eerie

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Empty desk in a dark room
Normally this week, the University of Nebraska-Lincoln campus would have been slower with students on spring break. But university officials announced a week before that...

A senior sendoff tradition becomes impromptu pandemic goodbye

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What started as a tradition in 2012 gained a new meaning Friday. Brady Klein, a junior computer science major sent an email to Kauffman...

After closedown announcement, students concerned with future of classes in pandemic

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UNL campus
On Thursday at 4 p.m., the University of Nebraska-Lincoln announced they were switching to online classes after Spring Break, closing down campus in response...

Polar Plunge lowers temperatures to raise money for Special Olympics

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Man dives into water
Every February, people willingly run into the icy cold waters of Holmes Lake. Crazy? Yes. But it's a fundraiser for the Special Olympics. "We do...

UNL professor discusses porn’s impact on evangelical Christians

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Kelsey Burke speaks
The group most likely to report negative outcomes after porn consumption are religious men and many of them believe they are addicted to it,...

Lunar New Year celebrated at UNL

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Chinese dancers perform a lion dance at the Lunar Celebration on January 31, 2020
While most countries celebrate the New Year on Jan. 1, the Chinese New Year for 2020 started on January 25, and will be celebrated...