Gov. Ricketts is irresponsible in voicing blanket opposition to the CDC mask recommendation, a Pulse writer says.
The program taps teenagers at the end of eighth grade and then follows them through high school, with support continuing even as they enroll in college.
"The Oregon Trail" video game now provides a fuller perspective on Nebraska's past, which also helps understand the present.
Drew Christo of Elkhorn and Lindsay Krause of Omaha Skutt are the Greater Omaha Sports Committee’s high school scholar-athletes of the year.
Christo, Krause named scholar-athletes of year
UNL assistant professor Margaret Huettl worked with game developers on the new version of "The Oregon Trail," which was released this spring on Apple Arcade.
Nebraska can best honor his legacy by nurturing the next generation of naturalists to build on his important work.
Here is a memoir that’s quirky in its very construction.
2021 World-Herald Scholars
Judges chose the best of the best from the top five of the 247 schools that participated.
The White House Commission on Presidential Scholars selects students annually based on their academic success, artistic and technical excellence, essays, school evaluations and transcripts.
There are some similarities between the Spanish flu of 1918 and the coronavirus pandemic the world is currently enduring. But scholars say there are a lot more differences as well.
Is there hope for this planet? Seven environmentalists in Nebraska and Iowa say yes — but with reservations.
Lucy Tu of Millard North High School, Luke Partsch of Lourdes Central High School in Nebraska City and Jarod Michael Harris of Seward High School were selected for the Presidential Scholars Class of 2020.
It was one of the most significant moments in U.S. history but remains almost absent from public schools' social studies lessons.
After more than 60 years spent sealed up in a library storage facility, about 1,000 letters written by poet T.S. Eliot to confidante Emily Hal…
His assessment echoed that of his lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, who offered an expansive view of the president's executive powers during a series of interviews Sunday, arguing that Trump probably has the ability to pardon himself.