Category Archives: Special Olympics

Twelve days, 55 students, 20,910 hits and counting.

Who knew? For two weeks in July,  UNL College of Journalism and Mass Communications students trained and told the stories of the Special Olympic athletes, coaches, families and volunteers  who came from across America to  Lincoln, Neb. to compete in … Continue reading

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University of Nebraska students cover 2010 USA National Games

Our student documentation team braved a +100 heat index today to report on pre-ceremonies for the 2010 Special Olympics USA National Games.

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University of Nebraska students tackle 2010 USA National Games

This may be the most fun I’ve had as a journalism professor at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln. It’s exhausting, mostly fun and a fascinating experiment that combines journalism and advertising students, faculty and staff. This class of 55 journalism and … Continue reading

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