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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (Aug. 15, 1996)
Editor Matthew Waite 472-1766
Editor Joshua Gillin
Editor Amy Poindexter
Tim Hedegaard, 472-2588
Don Walton, 473-7301
The Daily Nebraskan(USPS 144-080) is published by the UNL Publication Board,
Nebraska Union 34,1400 R St., Lincoln, NE 68588-0448, Monday through Friday during
the academic year; weekly during summer sessions.
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A brief in last week’s DN Sum
mer Edition reported student
football tickets did not sell out
last season, and that there were
2,000 more tickets sold than
from last year. The statistics are
two years old, so numbers
quoted are from the 1993-1994
football season, not last season.
A student's story
Statistics show rape and sexual assault may affect as many as one in every four college
aged women. Students at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln are no exception. Page 6
Also in this week's issue:
Cut the fat
A new fitness program offered by campus recreation allows busy people to work-out
when they have the time. Page 3
Both NU Volleyball Coach Terry Pettit and Football Coach Tom Osborne said they
expect good things from their respective teams this year. Page 4
Thirty-seven Lincoln bars banded together to stop giving free birthday drinks starting
today. The response? Cheers! Page 4
Help for the helpless
There are several places a rape victim can turn after they’ve been attacked.. .all they need
to know is where to look. Page 5
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