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Student loans replaced with “light indentured servitude”

In a move supporters describe as  “revolutionary,” Chancellor Harvey Perlman announced that the University of Nebraska-Lincoln was doing away with government subsidized students loans and replacing them with short- to medium-termed indentured servitude. “Student loans are an antiquated way of obtaining a degree,” Perlman said. “If we as Nebraskans want to make this country great […] Read more

New Health Center Pizza Express Opens Doors to Sick, Hungry Student Body

Next month, students can expect a new University of Nebraska-Lincoln facility to revolutionize on-campus student health care. The Health Center Pizza Express (HCPX), opening its doors at the beginning of November for all current students, will offer a range of services from x-ray exams and STD testing to fast and affordable hot-and-ready pizza and breadsticks. […] Read more

Student Reads the DN

Stephanie Lindon didn’t expect to pick up a copy of the Daily Nebraskan from an overflowing stack Monday morning. “I was walking by the newspaper racks in Andersen Hall to pick up a copy of the Lincoln Journal Star and other local papers for hard-hitting news,” the sophomore physics major said. “But they were all […] Read more