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About The daily Nebraskan. ([Lincoln, Neb.) 1901-current | View Entire Issue (June 7, 1999)
Nphra'filf Q n The Daily Nebraskan (USPS144-080) is
f_ published by the UNL Publication Board,
SUMiMter EitutlOHy Nebraska Union 20,1400 R St., Lincoln, NE
http://dailyneb.com Fax Number 472-1761 68588-0448, Monday through Friday during
the academic year; weekly dunng summer
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ALL MATERIAL COPYRIGHT 1999 DAILY NEBRASKAN
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The DN and you
Paper offers plenty of advantages for incoming students
SAMUEL MCKEWON is a
major and the Daily
Nebraskan summer editor.
x For many of you, this is your first
experience with the Daily Nebraskan.
Over the next years of your life,
you’ll see it often, I presume, and
even occasionally read it.
It is one of the best college news
papers in America, and some years,
it’s probably the best. We may be
classified a third-tier school, but this
publication doesn’t reflect that in the
I’ve never been one to advertise,
but the Daily Nebraskan, or the DN
as many call it, serves a valuable and
necessary function on this campus. It
is stands outside of professional
newspapers and reports specifically
on campus related events and of
course, Nebraska sports.
But many people who don’t go to
college here still read us, because we
serve a valuable function of recording
the city and state’s activities, as well.
If you’re interested in the legislature,
it’s here. Our Arts & Entertainment
section is more in tune than most pro
fessional papers as to what you’re
looking for music and a good time.
. Beyond those advantages, the DN
offers a great many things. Among
A great crossword puzzle. Many
people, instead of reading the paper,
just do the crossword puzzle. Now
you too can challenge Grandma to
battle of phonic wit next time you see
her. She will be impressed.
A classified ads section, with
Greek post-it boards included! Oh
yes, you will get used to these quick
ly. Often times, fraternities and soror
ities will post messages that seem fit
for a seventh grade class. An example
Sorority No. 1 says: Hey guys, we
had a great time canoodling and eat
ing baked fish with you at your
Please see McKEWON on 10
The Division of University Housing would like to
welcome all new students and congratulate you on your
choice to attend the University of Nebraska-Lincoln.
We would especially like to welcome those of you who
. have made the smart choice to stay on campus,
University Housing provides you with an ideal
environment in which to begin your college experience
and offers benefits you can’t find anywhere else. The
high-speed internet connections are some of the best
you’ll find - no more dialing, no more waiting, And
with the addition of many new Freshmen Learning
Communities, it’s now even easier for you to meet other
students with similar interests and goals.
We’re sure you’ll find your experience in the
residence halls to b&afun and rewarding one. Welook
forward to seeing you in the fall.
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