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Zhaozhou Dai

Senior Journalism and Advertising & Public Relations Student at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.

Family brings Russian culture to Nebraska

Members at the UNL Russian Club, a student organization for the study and admiration of the Russian language and culture, organized a Russian Fashion Show for local students at UNL. Photo courtesy of UNL Russian Club, November 20, 2017.
As minorities in Nebraska, Russian Americans Jennifer Garza and Valentina Petrusev shared their family experience of coming to the United States and connecting their...

UNL student shares disability story, continues with career dream

Bailee Gunnerson participated in extracurricular activities to support her dreams, and she served four years of 4-H Council at UNL, including three as vice president. (The second one from the left is Bailee Gunnerson). Photo courtesy of University of Nebraska-Lincoln, 2018.
When the classroom door was opened, Bailee Gunnerson finished her broadcasting classes for the week. Audio classes and projects were what she feared most...

Nebraska Asian communities support Stop Asian Hate movement

The staff of the Asian Community & Cultural Center, a non-profit organization in Lincoln, is raising awareness for the Stop Asian Hate movement in Nebraska to support and protect the rights of Nebraska Asian Americans. Photo courtesy of Rebecca Reinhardt.
In response to recent attacks on Asian Americans, Asian communities all over the country including Nebraska participated in the Stop Asian Hate movement. Reinhardt, cultural...

Nebraska bed and breakfasts face unprecedented challenges

Nebraska Bed and Breakfast are going through a difficult period under COVID-19. Address: 2400 S 148th St, Walton, Nebraska. Photo courtesy of Bruce & Maureen Stahr, January 2019.
Bed and breakfasts across Nebraska have experienced a decline in business because of the coronavirus, but business owners are hopeful for the 2021 travel...

UNL professor shares immigration story, endorses diversity and inclusion

Julia Frengs spent a wonderful time with her family on weekend.
Julia Frengs is a third-generation American, and her parents often shared their experience of coming to the United States with her. She said people...