Back to work: Omaha looks to rebound after a disappointing 2015

Jackson Taylor SPORTS EDITOR The Omaha baseball team is looking to reload this year after a disappointing 2015 campaign. The Mavericks went 21-31 (12-18 Summit League)...

UNO flys home victorious

By Jared Kennedy News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha Flying Mavs team has officially qualified for its seventh consecutive trip to the National Safety...

Goodnight, Smartphone: Powering down before bed for a good night’s rest

(Family Features) Checking email or flipping through channels instead of sleeping? Playing video games or browsing social media in bed? If you want to...

Durango Days kicks off school year

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Students at University of Nebraska at Omaha had the chance to start their school year off with free food, Mav gear and...

UNO students unravel historic and mysterious book

Trent Ostrom CONTRIBUTOR History students from the University of Nebraska at Omaha are uncovering and exploring the mysteries of the Byron Reed Manuscript. The manuscript is...

A group project can be a treacherous ordeal, but it doesn’t have to be

By Jared Kennedy News Editor Group projects are inevitable in almost every collegiate course. The professor announces the impending doom during the syllabus reading on the...

UNO’s chapter of PRSSA to host fundraiser dinner

Cassie Wade CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Public Relation’s Student Society of America (PRSSA) is gearing up to host its 13th annual La Notte...

Two UNO professors to discuss transgender science, sociology at tonight’s Science Cafe

Two professors at the University of Nebraska at Omaha will lead a discussion about the science and sociology of transgender at tonight's Science Café, a...