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June 19, 2013

Chris asks…

How Long Does It Take To Get To Illinois From Kansas?

does it take days or hours?

Administrator answers:

From East St.Louis IL to Kansas City (Mo or KS) you need to figure 6 hours by car at posted speed limits with one stop for gas, potty, and sack of sandwiches. Anything further will, of course, take longer.

Betty asks…

Is is possible to get a complete team list for the Nebraska Huskers football team?

I need the names of team players.

Administrator answers:

This is the Huskers 2005 Fall List:

No. Name Pos. Ht. Wt. Yr. Hometown (Prev School)
7
Adams, JordanQB6-3200So.Santee, Calif. (Grossmont College) (West Hills)
96
Adams, TitusDT6-3300Sr.Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep)
65
Austin, GregOL6-1290Jr.Cypress, Texas (Fairbanks)
3
Beck, HarrisonQB6-2210Fr.Clearwater, Fla. (Countryside)
48
Blankenship, AdamDE6-2245RFr.Tulsa, Okla. (Union)
1
Bowman, ZackaryCB6-2190Jr.Anchorage, Alaska (N.M. Military Institute) (Bartlett)
34
Bradley, StewartSLB6-4240Jr.Salt Lake City, Utah (Highland)
40
Brandenburg, Lance WR6-1230So.Overland Park, Kan. (St. Thomas Aquinas)
23
Brooks, Chris WR6-2195Fr.St. Louis, Mo. (Hazelwood East)
21
Brothers, TitusCB5-11190RFr.San Antonio, Texas (Judson)
65
Bryant, ChrisDT6-3270So.Aurora, Colo. (Smoky Hill)
14
Bullocks, DanielSS6-1205Jr.Chattanooga, Tenn. (Hixson)
59
Byford, BrettOL6-2290RFr.Hartselle, Ala. (Hartselle)
90
Carriker, AdamDE6-6275So.Kennewick, Wash. (Kennewick)
62
Christensen, AndyOL6-3285Fr.Bennington, Neb. (Bennington)
29
Congdon, Jordan PK5-11180Fr.San Diego, Calif. (St. Augustine)
45
Covey, Nick LB6-2225Fr.Glendale, Ariz. (Mountain Ridge)
94
Cryer, Barry DL6-2275Jr.Marrero, La. (Dodge City (Kan.) CC) (John Ehret)
54
Dagunduro, Ola DL6-2290Jr.Inglewood, Calif. (Compton (Calif.) CC) (Inglewood)
15
Davis, Beau QB6-4185So.Venice, Calif. (Venice)
6
DeFrand, DonaldCB6-0175Jr.Fort Lauderdale, Fla. (Dodge City CC) (Stranahan)
38
Dillard, Phillip LB6-2250Fr.Tulsa, Okla. (Jenks)
27
Dyches, DavidPK6-1200So.Spring, Texas (Westfield)
62
Christensen, AndyOL6-3285Fr.Bennington, Neb. (Bennington)
46
Eisenhart, BenSS5-11200So.Culbertson , Neb. (Culbertson )
26
Erickson, DanWR6-0195So.Omaha, Neb. (Papillion-LaVista)
77
Evwaraye, SeppoOT6-5320Sr.Laurel, Neb. (Laurel-Concord)
4
Fisher, TylerFS5-11195Sr.Grand Island, Neb. (Wayne State) (Anselmo-Merna)
28
Fluellen, IsaiahWR6-0185Jr.Ramstein, Germany (Ramstein American)
79
Fuanatu-Thomas,CornealiusOL6-5315Sr.Honolulu, Hawaii (College of San Francisco) (Farrington)
57
Furtwengler, AdamLB6-12256-1Corpus Christi, Texas (Corpus Christi)
8
Ganz, JoeQB6-1200RFr.Palos Heights, Ill. (Amos Alonzo Stagg)
69
Gibson, Adam OL6-4358Jr.Indianapolis, Ind. (Rock Valley (Ill.) (JC)
18
Gingery, TravisCB5-10180So.Lincoln, Neb. (East)
39
Glenn, CodyIB6-0230Fr.Rusk, Texas (Rusk)
30
Green, TierreCB6-1200So.Omaha, Neb. (Benson)
2
Grixby, CortneyDB5-9165So.Omaha, Neb. (Central)
7
Hardy, FranzWR6-0175So.Miami, Fla. (Butler County CC) (Booker T. Washington)
35
Harvey, DavidTE6-3235Fr.La Plata, Md. (McDonough)
73
Helming, JaredOL6-3295Fr.Springfield, Mo. (Kickapoo)
11
Herian, MattTE6-5240Jr.Pierce, Neb. (Pierce)
42
Hill, SeanTE6-3255So.Lisle, Ill. (Naperville North)
43
Hohlen, BrianTE6-3240So.Juniata, Neb. (Adams Central)
61
Huff, MikeOL6-4300RFr.Ralston, Neb. (Ralston)
49
Ickes, AdamLB6-2225Sr.Page, Neb. (Orchard)
32
Jackson, BrandonIB5-11205So.Horn Lake, Miss. (Horn Lake)
31
Jackson, LeonFS6-2210Fr.Pasco, Wash. (Pasco)
47
Kadavy, AndyLB5-11225Jr.Seward, Neb. (Seward)
92
Kelly, Lane LS6-4270Jr.Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep)
89
Kenney, TylerWR6-1185Jr.Kearney, Neb. (Amherst)
19
Kester, TylerP6-1200So.Clearwater, Neb. (Clearwater)
75
Koch, BrandonOG6-4310Sr.Gothenburg, Neb. (Gothenburg)
37
Koch, SamP6-1225Sr.Seward, (Seward)
36
Lawson, Thomas IB6-0225RFr.Parker, Colo. (Ponderosa)
35
LeFlore, ChrisCB5-10210So.Omaha, Neb. (Central)
10
LeFlore, MarkWR5-11190Jr.Omaha, Neb. (Central)
74
Lingenfelter, NewtonOL6-5280Jr.Plainview, Neb. (Plainview)
20
Lucky, MarlonIB6-0210Fr.North Hollywood, Calif. (North Hollywood)
91
Lueshen, EricPK6-2190So.Pierce, Neb. (Pierce)
89
Luhrs, KevinDE6-1255So.Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep)
50
Mann, KurtOL6-4290Jr.Grand Island, Neb. (Grand Island)
55
McBride, NathanLS6-1205Fr.Scottsdale, Ariz. (Chaparral)
13
McKeon, CoreyLB6-1225So.Naperville, Ill. (North)
5
McKoy, ShamusWR6-1195Sr.Raleigh, N.C. (Scottsdale CC) (Enloe)
33
Miller, GrantFB6-0225Jr.Peabody, Mass. (Veterans Memorial)
58
Moore, Dontrell LB6-2230Jr.Thibodaux, La. (Coffeyville (Kan.) CC) (Thibodaux)
44
Moore, JayDE6-4270Jr.Elkhorn, Neb. (Elkhorn)
81
Mueller, JoshTE6-5265So.Columbus, Neb. (Lakeview)
55
Muhammad, WaliDE6-1255Sr.Bloomfield, N.J. (Coffeyville CC) (Bloomfield)
84
Mulkey, GrantWR5-11180Jr.Arlington, Texas (Arlington)
76
Murtha, LydonOL6-7315RFr.Hutchinson, Minn. (Hutchinson)
83
Nunn, TerrenceWR6-0185So.Houston, Texas (Cypress Falls)
33
O’Hanlon, MattSS5-11200Fr.Bellevue, Neb. (Bellevue East)
52
O’Shea, MarkLB5-11225Fr.Dallas, Texas (Jesuit College Prep)
95
O’Shea, MattDT6-1295Sr.Irving, Texas (Jesuit College Prep)
15
Octavian, SteveLB6-0235Jr.Naples, Fla. (William Rainey Harper (Ill.) College) (Lely)
45
Otto, WillFB5-11240Jr.Fullerton, Calif. (Fullerton College) (Troy)
78
Pasteur, BrockOL6-6290Jr.Orlando, Fla. (Mesabi Range CC) (University)
54
Patrick, ChrisOL6-4285So.Ithaca, Mich. (Ithaca)
9
Peetz, JakeLS5-10185Sr.O’Neill, Neb. (St. Mary’s)
17
Peterson, ToddWR6-4205RFr.Grand Island, Neb. (Central Catholic)
85
Phillips, J.B.TE6-3255So.Colleyville, Texas (Heritage)
68
Picou, JordanOL6-2320Jr.Rialto, Calif. (Mt. San Antonio CC) (Eisenhower)
72
Picou, RodneyOL6-4300Fr.Moreno Valley, Calif. (Canyon Springs)
56
Pike, GaryOL6-4330Sr.Pueblo, Colo. (Centennial)
98
Potter, Zach DE6-7270Fr.Omaha, Neb. (Creighton Prep)
86
Poulosky, AndyDE6-2240So.Ponca, Neb. (Ponca)
22
Rands, Robert CB5-7160Fr.Bellevue, Neb. (Bellevue East)
85
Rice, ThomasDE6-1235So.Lincoln, Neb. (East)
24
Rigoni, BrandonSS5-6180Jr.Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast)
63
Roark, CraigOL6-2300Fr.Ada, Okla. (Ada)
19
Robison, JoeyCB5-9180Sr.Bertrand, Neb. (Bertrand)
4
Ross, CoryIB5-6195Sr.Denver , Colo. (Thomas Jefferson)
51
Ruud, BoLB6-3230So.Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast)
37
Sampogna, MikeIB5-10200Fr.Chicago, Ill. (Mt. Carmel)
48
Sand, AndyTE6-2225So.Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast)
14
Schroeder, MattWR6-4215Jr.Belden, Neb. (Laurel-Concord)
42
Senske, MattLB6-3230Jr.Bellevue, Neb (Bellevue East)
8
Shanle, AndrewFS6-1205Jr.St. Edward, Neb. (St. Edward)
88
Sievers, ClaytonTE6-4240RFr.Elkhorn, Neb. (Elkhorn)
70
Slauson, MattOL6-5340Fr.Colorado Springs, Colo. (Air Force Prep)
66
Smith, Le KevinDT6-2305Sr.Macon, Ga. (Stratford Academy)
39
Souder, JeffDB6-0200Fr.Bellevue, Neb. (Bellevue West)
43
Steinkuhler, TyDE6-3260RFr.Lincoln, Neb. (Southwest)
16
Stuntz, MikeQB6-1200Sr.Council Bluffs, Iowa (St. Albert)
77
Suh, NdamukongDL6-4300Fr.Portland, Ore. (Grant)
84
Sullivan, TonyDE6-3240So.Wahoo, Neb. (Bishop Neumann)
87
Swift, NateWR6-2195RFr.Hutchinson, Minn. (Hutchinson)
13
Taylor, Zac QB6-2210Jr.Norman, Okla. (Butler County CC) (Norman)
89
Teafatiller, Hunter TE6-3202Fr.Kinsbury, Calif. (San Joaquin Memorial)
25
Tiedtke, BlakeFS5-10190Sr.Cedar Rapids, Iowa (Jefferson)
97
Titchener, DanP6-0195RFr.Cheyenne, Wyo. (East)
41
Todd, DaneFB5-10235Jr.Lincoln, Neb. (Southeast)
10
Tomerlin, Justin DE6-6265So.San Clemente, CA (Butler County CC) (San Clemente)
99
Turner, Barry DE6-3245Fr.Antioch, Tenn. (Brentwood Academy)
98
Wesch, JakePK6-1190RFr.North Bend, Neb.
28
Wilson, BrianCB6-2190So.Granada Hills, Calif. (Pierce College) (Granda Hills)
53
Wortman, TylerLB6-3220RFr.Grand Island, Neb. (Central Catholic)

Robert asks…

How can I define what Westward Expansion was?

Im writing a DBQ, and for my outside information I cant seem to define what the westward expansion was.
HELPPPP

Administrator answers:

It is a bit of a complex question, but I would begin with St. Louis, Mo as it was essentially the hub of all westward expansion. However one could look to Thomas Jefferson as he was greatly interested in exploration of the westward lands. Best of Luck.

From: Westward Expansion.

By 1848, when Mexico finally ceded its claim to all U.S. Territories to the north of its present day border, the United States had acquired undisputed title to all land westward from the Rockies to the Pacific Coast, north to the 49th parallel and south to the Rio Grande. It was this “legitimate possession” that fully convinced thousands of settlers to move westward in search of land.

The pioneer spirit that existed in the 19th century was born in part of a need to own land – that intangible urge that it is the soil of their blood and sweat and tears. Today is not so different from 1888 in that land remains one commodity that can’t be created by mass production or any other method – it can only be divided and subdivided–with each parcel and plot becoming smaller, not larger. What awaited the emigrants from the east, they could only imagine. The stories that were related to them by explorers and missionaries, just back from the track west, were filled with images of vast , open landscapes, abundant game and pristine rivers and lakes. One can understand their longing for this type of life, for even then larger cities along the eastern seaboard were moving into the industrial age. The streets were crowded with itinerant workers and the mid-day skies were constantly blackened by coal smoke from numerous factories. This change in cities had occurred so rapidly–in many places within a few short years–our early settlers began to experience a nostalgia of sorts for the simpler life they had led before. But of course, nostalgia or not, it still came down to the excitement generated by two words, “Free Land”.

Lisa asks…

I live outside of St. Louis mo, any suggestions for an eclectic vacation within 5 or 6 hours of driving?

I want to take a vacatation this spring with a destination within 5 or 6 driving hours away from st. louis mo. I would love to find a little historic eclectic town that is reasonable in price since I am a single mom of a 3 year old.

Administrator answers:

Hermitage , mo about 20 miles east of columbia ,mo about a 2.5 to 3 hr drive you should beable to pick up brochures at any
st. Louis area hotel lots of shops @ a nice winery tour also lots to do in independance , mo 4 to 5 hr drive from stl old town independence truman home & library make for a nice stop may not be much fun for a 2 year old though

Ken asks…

Any good schools for east Asian studies on the US east coast?

I want to go for my Phd. in east asian studies (either langauge, literture, or anything along those lines), but I only want to deal with China, Japan, and Korea. I don’t mind studying south east asia, but I really don’t want to study about the middle east or Russia. I want to go to a school on the east coast or possibly mid west in the USA, but it is hard to find a school. Can anybody help me?
so far I know of Princeton and Columbia U.

Administrator answers:

Here are the schools in the East that offer a Ph.D in Asian Studies or something similar, their state, and what they offer:

–Columbia University (NY)—East Asian Languages and Cultures
–Cornell University (NY)—East Asian Literature
–Harvard University (MA)—East Asian Languages and Civilizations
–New York University (NY)—East Asian Studies
–Princeton University (NJ)—East Asian Studies
–University of Pennsylvania (PA)—Asian and Middle East Studies
–University of Pittsburgh (PA)—Asian Studies
–Yale University (CT)—East Asian Languages and Literatures

And here are schools in the Midwest that offer it:

–Indiana University: Bloomington (IN)—East Asian Studies
–Ohio State University (OH)—East Asian Languages and Literatures
–University of Chicago (IL)—East Asian Languages and Civilizations
–University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign (IL)—East Asian Languages and Cultures
–University of Michigan (MI)—Chinese/Japanese Literature and Cultures
–University of Minnesota, Twin Cities (MN)—Asian Literatures, Cultures, and Media
–University of Wisconsin: Madison (WI)—Languages and Cultures of Asia
–Washington University in St. Louis (MO)—Chinese/Japanese and Comparative Literature

Nearly all of them are top-notch schools. You can get more information about what the schools’ programs are like and what’s needed for admission if you go to the websites listed below. For the second link, you’ll have to pick the majors you’re interested in and the states you’re looking in first.

Good luck with the entire process! By the way, what did you major in as an undergraduate?

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