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Mid-American Money: March 2010, Entrepreneurship in the Economic Downturn Ernie Goss and Anthony Hendrickson are joined by Nick Hudson, Chief Executive Officer of the Hudson...
Amy Bass: "They Loved My Grandfather": An Olympic Legacy of Race, Memory and Germany Amy Bass is an associate professor of history at the College of New Rochelle. This talk examines...
Dr. Susan Cahn: Problems in Femanist Sports: Our Sexed Bodies, Our Gendered Selves Susan K. Cahn is a professor of history at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Cahn is...
Nebraska Stories: Fantasia in Clay, Episode 101 Featured: Fantasia in Clay, Cowgirl Up , Tuskeegee Airman, 1949 Blizzard, Two Convicts in a...
Nebraska Stories: Red Elephant,Erine ChambersOnly in Nebraska,Portraits of Endangered Species Red Elephant is a children's concern in Zambia that adopts orphaned children and pays for them to...
Big Red Wrap Up: NU vs Texas A&M This week's Big Red Wrap Up focuses on the Nebraska vs Texas A&M game with special guest Matt...
Mid-American Money: February 2010, Energy and the Economy Ernie Goss and Anthony Hendrickson are joined by Karen Harbert, Chief Executive Officer, Energy...
Meeting the Green Challenge Going Green can create opportunities to save money, support local economies and improve our...
Dr. Susan Brownell: China's Olympic Debut: It's Place in Olympic and East Asian History Susan Brownell is a professor of anthropology at the University of Missouri-St. Louis. Brownell is...
Football as the American "People's Game": Dr. Michael Oriard, Football as the American People's Game? Michael Oriard is a professor of English and an associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts at...

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