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Questions remain in stabbings
STABBING from page!
when police believe the stabbings
Police are investigating the
deaths as homicides, but they would
not comment on the circumstances
surrounding the deaths, said Lincoln
Police Capt. Gary Engel.
Police are still awaiting autopsy
results, which are expected early this
The investigation has been
slowed by a language barrier, Engel
said. The family of the victims is
Tuesday police were called to the
home in the 3500 block of North
Fourth Street Court for a domestic
dispute between Bui and Nguyen.
Bui lived with her parents and ran
a small beauty salon in north-central
Lincoln. Nguyen moved to Lincoln
from Vietnam a few weeks ago.
Lancaster County Attorney Gary
Lacey said it appeared to be an unfor
tunate dispute between marital part
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By Lindsay Young
American Indian students from
Nebraska last weekend got a large
dose of UNL life in a short period of
Native American Recruitment
Day, held Friday and Saturday at the
University of Nebraska-Lincoln,
treated about 30 high school students
to a combination of campus tours,
university speakers, classroom visits
and Husker football.
The University of Nebraska Inter
tribal Exchange members sponsored
the weekend as an opportunity to
share their college success stories
with the high school students.
“Native students, especially the
ones on the reservation, need to be
told they can go to college and be
successful,” UNITE President D.C.
McCauley III said/
And because the day was one of
many this year that were student-run,
it may have been more successful,
said Peg Blake, director of admis
“We’ve had a lot of success with
student projects like that,” she said.
Friday, the students heard from
to be told they
can go to college
and be successful!'
D.C. McCauley HI
various university offices such as
housing and Admissions, took a tour
of the City and East campuses and
attended UNITE’s banquet.
Some of the high school students
attended the football national cham
pionship celebration or went to the
Afrikan People’s Union dance,
A student panel was held earlier
in the day, giving high school stu
dents an opportunity to ask questions
of UNL students.
At Friday’s banquet, the UNITE
Member of die Year Award was given
to freshman Misty Thomas. An award
also was given to Yolanda Few Tails
Castellanos for her work with the
UNITE powwow in the fall.
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