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Helping Students Dream Big

At UNL, bright, talented students — for whom college may have seemed like an unattainable dream — are benefiting from philanthropic support at the Nebraska College Preparatory Academy.

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Helping Students Dream Big

At UNL, bright, talented students — for whom college may have seemed like an unattainable dream — are benefiting from philanthropic support at the Nebraska College Preparatory Academy.

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Loyalty to UNK the First Step on a Fundraising Journey

UNK holds such a special spot in Jen and Chad Rutar’s history that when they began to endow a scholarship, they named it the Bleeding Blue Heart Scholarship.

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90 Years Young

Bruce Mackey is 90 years old, but you’d never guess it. He walks 3.5 miles nearly every day and studies ayurvedic wellness. He also spends time giving back.

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Civil Engineering Student Loves Everything about Nebraska, Even the Weather

The child of military parents, Jennifer Davis has lived all over the world but feels at home in Nebraska. The UNL engineering student, who takes classes at UNO, plans to stay in the state after she graduates. She hopes to use her training to safeguard one of Nebraska’s greatest natural assets.

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First-generation Student Builds a Better Life at UNL

Omaha North High graduate Dywan Williams once believed an athletic scholarship would be his path to college. When he decided against playing at the next level, the first-generation student turned to an innovative college-access program offered by UNL. Williams, an accounting major, wants to create a better life for him and his family.

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UNMC Physical Therapy Student says Studying at UNK was a ‘No Brainer’

Two continents. Three countries. Five states. Luis Reyes Mendieta’s road to the physical therapy program at the University of Nebraska College of Medicine in Kearney, Nebraska, has been anything but a direct path. So, what would lead a young man born in Honduras and who lived in Kenya for 10 years to Kearney?

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