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  1. Work On Lincoln Ice Rink Finally UnderwayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Dec 15 | 1110 KFAB

    Seven years after $7 million was donated for a new ice skating rink in Lincoln, the project is finally getting started. City officials and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln broke ground on the project near the Haymarket Park baseball stadium Saturday.

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  2. Students who commute struggle with parking on UNL campusRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Dec 14 | News Net Nebraska

    On a Monday at 11 a.m., Elliot Janssen, a sophomore at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, arrives on campus for his class at 11:30. At 11:10, he pulls in his regular parking lot, the C lot west of Memorial Stadium.

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  3. New $11 million ice rink in Lincoln finally moving forwardRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | Washington Times

    Seven years after $7 million was donated for a new ice skating rink in Lincoln, the project is finally getting started. The Lincoln Journal Star reports city officials and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln broke ground on the project near the Haymarket Park baseball stadium Saturday.

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  4. Groundbreaking for Breslow Ice CenterRead the original story

    Sunday Dec 14 | KFOR-AM Lincoln

    The Breslow Ice Center is closer to becoming a reality after a groundbreaking ceremony on Saturday. The rink will include an NHL-sized sheet of ice, seating for 700 spectators, team locker rooms, a training room and offices for coaches and staff.

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  5. Society For Armenian Studies Hosts Conference On 'Armenians In The Ottoman Empire'Read the original story

    Saturday Dec 13 | Groong

    SOCIETY FOR ARMENIAN STUDIES HOSTS CONFERENCE ON 'ARMENIANS IN THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE' Friday, December 12th, 2014 Participants in the SAS 40th Anniversary conference in Washington, D. C. BY ARAM ARKUN >From the Society of Armenian Studies The Society for Armenian Studies , a primarily American association of scholars and supporters of Armenology, is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year. It held an international conference in Yerevan in October, and on November 21-22, it convened a conference in Washington, DC, called "Armenians in the Ottoman Empire in the 19th-20th Centuries."

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  6. Lincoln skaters prepare for new Breslow CenterRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | KETV-TV

    "Just as amateur skaters or people just wanting to go out and have some fun -- it can be pretty difficult," John Burns, of Lincoln, said. Burns and his son, David Burns, take advantage of the Railyard ice rink in the west Haymarket, but it's only open for a few months and isn't an ideal situation for hockey.

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  7. Institute aims to help Nebraska rural communitiesRead the original story

    Friday Dec 12 | KHGI

    A leader of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Rural Futures Institute is pulling together resources from the school and other higher education centers, nonprofits and government entities to help rural communities. RFI projects can include entrepreneurship, leadership and civic engagement training; health-care assistance like helping recruit doctors; and community planning and development.

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  8. Don "Fox" Bryant rememberedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | KLKN

    Posted by: KLKN Newsroom 8@klkntv.com A Lincoln man will be remembered today for his service in journalism, and to the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. A celebration of life for Don "Fox" Bryant will be held later today at 1:30 p.m., at Christ United Methodist Church, near 48th and A streets.

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  9. In naming Lapidus president, Fitchburg State board lauds his push for diversityRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Dec 12 | Lowell Sun

    As they unanimously selected Richard S. Lapidus to be the 11th president of Fitchburg State University, FSU's board of trustees cited his strong leadership skills, his emphasis on community outreach and his dedication to promoting diversity. During a well-attended meeting Thursday afternoon, Carol Vittorioso, chairwoman of the board of trustees and a member of the presidential search committee, said last month when they started interviewing candidates, Lapidus was the first and he made a strong impression.

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  10. SAS 40th Anniversary Conference in Washington D.C.-Part IRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Groong

    Armenian Studies Program Barlow Der Mugrdechian, Coordinator 5245 N. Backer Ave. PB4 Fresno CA 93740-8001 ASP Office: 559-278-2669 Office: 559-278-2669 FAX: 559-278-2129 Website: Photo captions: 1-Participants in the SAS 40th Anniversary conference in Washington, D. C. 2-Conference organizer, Dr. Bedross Der Matossian, right. 3-Left to right: Dr. Hegnar Watenpaugh, Murat Yildiz, Dr. Rachel Goshgarian and SAS President Dr. Kevork Bardakjian at the opening session of the SAS conference.

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  11. Preventing riots: What should Keene do?Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | UnionLeader.com

    The organizers of the Keene Pumpkin Festival gave Keene a positive, family-friendly national reputation.

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  12. For one meal at Matt Talbot: donations, volunteers and one long grocery listRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | News Net Nebraska

    Jerry's eyes were polished with happiness. He was full and satisfied from a warm meal at Matt Talbot Kitchen and Outreach, something he doesn't get when he's at home.

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  13. Staff contributor: Kelly BradleyRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | News Net Nebraska

    Kelly Bradley is a small-town girl who moved to Lincoln to get her degree at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. In her free time, away from school, Kelly works full time.

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  14. Staff contributor: Morgan SpiehsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | News Net Nebraska

    Morgan Spiehs is a senior journalism major and women and gender studies minor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln who specializes in photojournalism. She worked at the student newspaper, the Daily Nebraskan , as a senior photographer and photo editor.

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  15. Biologist gains insight into genetic evolution of birdsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | EurekAlert!

    Lincoln, Neb., Dec. 11, 2104 -- A University of Nebraska-Lincoln researcher has contributed to discoveries about bird evolution as part of a new study that sequenced the complete genomes of 45 avian species. Published Dec. 11 in the journal Science , the study found that avian genomes -- the complete archive of genetic material present in cells -- have exhibited surprisingly slow rates of evolution when compared with their mammalian counterparts.

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  16. A 50-year weather forecast for Los AngelesRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Dec 11 | Science

    For decades, Los Angeles has guzzled far more of its water from melted snow in the Sierra Nevada mountain range and the Colorado River than from local, rain-fed rivers and aquifers. But although climate change threatens to make mountain snow less reliable, new research says southern California's rain won't dry up in the future.

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  17. New Chair Of Iowa State's Animal Science Department NamedRead the original story

    Thursday Dec 11 | Agri Marketing

    NEW CHAIR OF IOWA STATE'S ANIMAL SCIENCE DEPARTMENT NAMED Dec. 11, 2014 Source: Iowa State University news release Animal scientist Donald Beermann has been named the chair of the Department of Animal Science at Iowa State University. Beermann, a former animal science professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, will begin his new duties Jan. 5. His last position at UNL was interim director of the School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences and interim associate dean of the Professional Program in Veterinary Medicine, and he led the UNL animal science department from 1999 to 2007.

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  18. Nebraska Football Player's Cruel Killing of Raccoon Nets Appeal From PETARead the original story

    Wednesday Dec 10 | PressReleasePoint

    Last week, a University of Nebraska football player took a selfie with and then used a wrench to bludgeon to death a raccoon he spotted on the side of the road, an incident that prompted PETA to send a letter this morning calling on school officials to discipline the player and implement an empathy training course for student athletes. As PETA-whose motto reads, in part, that "animals are not ours to abuse in any way"-points out in its letter, domestic violence is on the rise in professional football culture, and these courses would give student athletes the tools they need to control aggression and prevent violent behavior.

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  19. PETA asking for reaction from EichorstRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | KLKN

    After Jake Gangwich was bitten by and killed a raccoon, PETA is asking for Shawn Eichorst to do something. They have sent this letter to Shawn Eichorst and media outlets.

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  20. UNL students protest grand jury decisions in Ferguson and New York CityRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Dec 10 | KLKN

    By: Lauren Fabrizi lfabrizi@klkntv.com A group of students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are hoping for justice after a grand jury recently decided an NYPD officer would not be charged in Eric Garner's death. "Black lives matter, all lives matter," the students chanted.

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