Nebraska defensive coordinator Erik Chinander said it’s been great to be able to have players come in for workouts in Lincoln.
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WEST JEFFERSON — The band program at Ashe County High School will welcome a new leader this August. Ashe County Schools announces Joshua Mitch…
New Nebraska defensive back Tyreke Johnson explains what sold him on Nebraska, how difficult it was to leave Ohio State and more.
Music star Beth Ditto knew she was living a lie during her younger years.
WINSTON-SALEM, N.C., June 10, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of North Carolina School of the Arts (UNCSA) has named bassoonist and educator Saxton Rose as its new dean of the School of Music, effective immediately. Rose has served as interim dean of music since July 2020, including leading the school through the COVID-19 pandemic with an entire academic year of in-person instruction and performance. He has been on the faculty since 2008, having chaired the woodwind department since 2009 and been named associate professor of bassoon in 2015. Rose is an active leader within the School of Music and the university at large, holding leadership positions within the music school's strategic planning and curriculum revision task forces, with a particular focus on technology development; innovative approaches to ensemble training; and equity, diversity, inclusion and belonging (EDIB) initiatives. He has chaired the university's faculty welfare committee and served as a member of the faculty council.
Justin Williams talks about his Nebraska official visit, a cookout at Scott Frost's house and the other schools involved in his recruitment.
The Huskers hosted a Friday Night Lights camp at Memorial Stadium — and Parker Gabriel was in attendance. Here's what he saw.
The beginning of Shrine Bowl week is somewhat a meet-and-greet session. No introduction needed this week between Maddox Burton and Taveon Thompson.