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Tom Searl

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My name is Tom Searl and I am a Senior from Omaha, NE. I am currently a double-major in Sports Media/Communication and Broadcasting. I am hopeful to work in the world of sports following graduation in May. In the past, I have had many valuable work experiences that have given me many useful skills. Some of those include the following: Husker VIsion student worker, Omaha Stormchasers Gameday Intern, and a Property Assistant for Husker Sports Properties.

One year after graduation, Floersch trying to make name for himself...

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Noah Floersch performing
Trying to achieve a full-time music career following college graduation is one of the more challenging careers to pursue. Just ask Noah Floersch. Floersch is...

Local bars benefit from Greek life ceremonies

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Large group of people celebrating at a bar
As the second semester progresses, Lincoln bars are experiencing an increase in business on Monday nights because of pinnings. During the 2022 spring semester, bars...

Nebraska fish fries during Lenten season bring communities together

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Community gathers to enjoy a fish fry.
On Friday afternoons and evenings during the season of Lent, many Catholic schools and organizations in Nebraska hold fish fries that help raise money,...

A win-win for students: donating to save lives while earning money

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In the fall of 2020, Brandon Merz was scrambling to find ways to make money to buy groceries during his packed academic schedule at...

NIL deals increase, Lincoln businesses adapt

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Opendorse worker helping student-athlete
Thursday, July 1, 2021, marked a historic day for college athletics, when the NCAA announced that athletes could benefit from use of their name,...

Creighton Prep deals with new norm

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Creighton Prep students have seen many changes to their school year, such as having watch parties for sporting events and safe lunch settings. Photo courtesy of Creighton Prep
Jim Bopp can still remember when he realized the world would soon be very different: March 7, 2020 at the Creighton University basketball season...