From the editor, TLDRsdays

Apply for Smell Nebraska’s Fall 2018 Internships

Being the most exclusive news source in Nebraska is a lot of work for one lone high school kid. Smell Nebraska is looking for smug, opinionated, unreliable, and difficult to work with candidates for our Fall 2018 internship program. Our positions range from taking photos of the miserable losers getting drunk at 2pm on a… Continue reading Apply for Smell Nebraska’s Fall 2018 Internships

From the editor, sandwich week

Smell Nebraska Introduces Sandwich Week!

You read it. Welcome to Smell Nebraska's first annual Sandwich Week! Wikipedia describes a sandwich as "a food typically consisting of vegetables, sliced cheese or meat, placed on or between slices of bread, or more generally any dish wherein two or more pieces of bread serve as a container or wrapper for another food type."… Continue reading Smell Nebraska Introduces Sandwich Week!

From the editor, opinions

Opinion: Adulting is Hard When You Use Stupid Fucking Made Up Words Like “Adulting”

Let's face it. Being an adult is not fire emoji. Sure you slip your TOMS slip-ons on one after the other like everyone else, but you're a different kind of grown up, the kind that takes a few Instagrams of your cat before zipping your fixed gear over to Open Harvest on your commute to… Continue reading Opinion: Adulting is Hard When You Use Stupid Fucking Made Up Words Like “Adulting”

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Smell Nebraska Was Going to Write an Article Today, But, Fuck It

So like, yeah… a Smell Nebraska article. I don’t know man, I’m just, I’m just not feeling it right now. I mean it’s funny and stuff sometimes. I don’t understand it all the time, but it’s cool. I don’t know. Fuck it. They’re doing their thing, I’m doing my thing. We are all just people.… Continue reading Smell Nebraska Was Going to Write an Article Today, But, Fuck It

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Making Scents of it All: Editors Note 4/5/2018

Editor's Note:  In the year 1279 A.D., the Mongol Empire stretched from the Pacific Ocean to the edge of the European continent. In just 70 years, the Mongols had managed to dominate almost the entire continent of Asia and the Middle East. They were intelligent, ruthless, and, as the kids say today without irony, savage.… Continue reading Making Scents of it All: Editors Note 4/5/2018