Eight UNO resident assistants share why they love being an RA

Kamrin Baker Online Reporter Since May, I have been employed as a resident assistant at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Now that I regularly don khaki shorts and...

Campus Recreation yoga program helps to fight negative effects of mental illness

Kamrin Baker Online Reporter Room 239 in the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s rec center, HPER (Health, Physical Education and Recreation) building, is spotless. As soon...

Biology student hopes project will encourage conservation

Charlotte Reilly News Editor Many graduate students in the biology department at the University of Nebraska at Omaha are conducting research projects this summer. Conor Gearin is...

Clayton Rego drops first full-length album

Will Patterson A&E Editor Clayton Rego traversed the country while growing up in a military family, went to school at McGill University in Canada and has now come to Nebraska...

Vice Chancellor of Business and Finance Bill Conley to resign

Charlotte Reilly News Editor University of Nebraska at Omaha Vice Chancellor of Business and Finance Bill Conley is resigning from his position at the end of...

Prepare for the solar eclipse with educational talks this weekend

The staff of UNO's Mallory Kountze Planetarium will host two talks this weekend to prepare the public for the upcoming solar eclipse. The "Prepare for the Solar Eclipse"...

Emily Geest keeps her eyes on the butterflies

Charlotte Reilly News Editor Emily Geest found a way to combine two passions, parasitism and butterflies, in her master’s program at the University of Nebraska at...

UNO grad student continues legacy of bird study

Charlotte Reilly News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha biology department first began research on migratory sandpipers and plovers in 2004. Joel Jorgensen studied the birds...