Bring awareness to pregnancy and infant loss

Kaylee Pierce CONTRIBUTOR When groups of people come together to stand in unity against a single cause, mountains can be moved. October is commonly known as...

Scott Pruitt and the slow death of the EPA

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Scott Pruitt, before becoming the administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), was an Oklahoma attorney general fiercely opposed to former President...

New Shotokan Karate club builds members spiritual and physical lives

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The Shotokan Karate Club held its first class at the School of Health and Kinesiology on Oct. 20. The new club is being held...

Omaha falls late to foe Denver

Jack Hoover CONTRIBUTOR If you looked at any stat besides the final score, you might assume that the Omaha Women’s Soccer team beat Oral Roberts with...

Volleyball sweeps Jackrabbits

Samuel Lauritsen CONTRIBUTOR On Oct. 20, UNO Women’s Volleyball traveled up to Sioux Falls, South Dakota for a match against the South Dakota State (SDSU) Jackrabbits...

UNO waste program to collect hard-to-recycle plastics

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha in collaboration with Hefty just made it easier to reduce waste, one orange bag at a time. The...

Men’s soccer returns to form against Western Illinois

Matthew Norrie CONTRIBUTOR While the campus is busy with the various homecoming activities for the returning alumni, the UNO Men’s Soccer team did not go unnoticed...

UNO staff assistant fulfills American Dream

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Parwin Ibrahimi, a staff assistant for the UNO School of Communication, arrived in Omaha with $250 in her pocket and an 11-month-old...