Today was the last day of school for Bill Ziegler, a Grand Island, Neb., native and lifetime Nebraska football fan, who's finishing his 16th year of teaching social studies at Manheim Township High
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A new workshop offered by the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Food Processing Center will focus on the science of beer production. "The Science Behind the Craft," a workshop for craft brewers, will take place from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. July 25 at Nebraska Innovation Campus, 2021 Transformation Drive.
NEBRASKA MAKES DELICIOUS BEER!!!!
Nebraska Extension and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln's Department of Entomology are offering a new BugMasters volunteer program, where adults can learn more about insects. It will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. July 22 and 29 at the Peter Kiewit Lodge at Mahoney State Park, 28500 W. Park Highway, southeast of Ashland.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln quarter-scale tractor A team took top honors at the International Quarter-Scale Tractor Student Design Competition in Peoria, Illinois, June 2-5.
You might think this is nothing, but next time you need a quarter-scale tractor you'll be thanking these guys... or something like that.
Seventy percent of the world's fresh water is used for agriculture. Ensuring that there is enough water to feed the growing world population is a complex challenge that requires an interdisciplinary approach.
Darin Erstad has been around baseball all his life, and he had to admit he had never seen an entire team slip into slumber at the plate like his Nebraska
In addition to Maryland, the Big Ten placed six other teams in the top 25: Wisconsin at sixth (17,287); Indiana at seventh (17,106); Nebraska at eleventh (15,429); Michigan State at thirteenth (14,797); Iowa at nineteenth (13,835); Purdue at twentieth (13,662).
Well, now that the dust has finally settled, it looks like the cumulative total will be a mere $2.8 million annually, which works out to basically $200,000 per school per year. Think about that for a second. Ignore for a minute the fact that this final info means that CUSA's own conservative initial estimates were wildly exaggerant, and look at the pure numbers.
The top four in the year-end AP poll were Alabama, USC, Oklahoma, and Ohio State. Recent national champion Pitt was seventh, Arkansas eighth, Nebraska ninth, and Washington and Texas were both in the top 12. All sensible.
Let's hope for some nice, freezing temperatures to see how the Tigers react.