Aid in Puerto Rico: Remember the sanctity of human lives

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER In the midst of turmoil, Americans often say we should “take care of our own first.” What Americans forget is that Puerto...

A tragic reality: Las Vegas will change nothing

James Hill CONTRIBUTOR America woke up to two very painful realities on Oct. 2—the reality that evil is still alive and the certainty that nothing will...

Chancellor Emeritus John Christensen receives community partnership award

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha Chancellor Emeritus John Christensen was recently named the recipient of the Anchor Institution Community Partnership Award. It will...

Jave Yoshimoto combines action and art

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Jave Yoshimoto, an art professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, has been nominated for the Omaha Entertainment & Arts award...

UNO graduation and retention rates on the rise

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s retention and graduation rates have been steadily rising over the years due to improved investment in student...

Joel Kazhila’s wild ride to follow his dreams

Ellie Brecht CONTRIBUTOR After traveling to the U.S., playing soccer for a successful academy and then committing to UNO, Omaha soccer player Joel Kazhila expected to...

First generation Mav works to end hunger

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR First-generation college student Cecilia Saavedra describes the day she received her associate’s degree from Metropolitan Community College as the happiest day of her...

Arts and Sciences Hall will be internally renovated starting in July

By Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR The NU Board of Regents approved a $12 million project on Thursday that will renovate the inside of Arts and Sciences...