For decades, scientists have studied the annual migration of sandhill cranes through central Nebraska. A new project is using time-lapse cameras to capture and study crane behavior.
Humanities Desk On Demand
March 20, 2014
February 24, 2014
University of Nebraska-Lincoln ethics team competes in national competition,
December 19, 2013
You've probably never been to McKissick Island. Actually, you've probably never heard of it. We take a trip to McKissick Island and explain why it may be the most geographically-challenged place in Nebraska.
December 25, 2013
The story of Mary Meyer, the first woman homesteader, tells a lot about how women participated in and benefited from the Homestead Act.
December 4, 2013
Profile of new Nebraska state poet Twyla Hansen
December 3, 2013
Many Nebraskans may know the name of Daniel Freeman, the first to register a claim under the Homestead Act. His neighbor, Mary Meyer, is less famous. But the story of the first woman homesteader provides a glimpse of how women contributed to, and benefited from, the Act that helped settle the... more››
November 14, 2013
Efforts are underway by an Omaha group to reopen the Black History Museum. The group is working to overcome past management and fundraising difficulties.
October 29, 2013
Annette Gordon-Reed discusses Thomas Jefferson's relationship with Sally Hemings, views on slavery, and changes over time.
September 5, 2013
Play Me, I'm Yours is a public art project where pianos are placed in certain locations for public use.