Fit-ting it in

Students worry about exams and tuition, but we also care about weight gain. Most college students will gain about three to 10 pounds, also called the "Freshman 15," in their first two years of college, according to the kidshealth.org article, "Beating the Freshman 15."


Preparing for Battle Against Influenza

As summer fades into fall, it brings with it a new semester, football, pumpkin spice latte, your favorite sweater and your long neglected fuzzy boots.  It also ushers in the beginning of flu season.


OVC Offers Students New Experiences

As summer turns to fall and the temperatures start to become more comfortable outside, many outdoor enthusiasts rush to take advantage of the fall camping season.  Whether they're into hiking, kayaking or climbing, the UNO Outdoor Venture Center offers students the opportunity to plan almost any outdoor activity.


The Malleable Body

Ages ago, the atoms that make up your body at this very moment were born through nuclear fusion in the cores of stars.  As the saying goes, you're nothing more than stardust.


Healthy spots to dine and drink at near campus

While living through your college years, you may often find yourself strapped for time. Whether you're living on or off campus, you're probably too busy to cook something wholesome and clean up afterwards. Between classes, studying, work and other responsibilities, students often have little time to partake in activities that they truly love.


Scott Village basketball court nearly ready

UNO students looking to shoot some hoops in the sunshine will soon have a fresh venue available.


How to eat healthy on a college student’s budget

It's inevitable – once you start classes, you're going to be crunched for both time and cash. And since you're not looking to order all your meals from McDonald's Dollar Menu (at least, I hope you're not), you'll need a plan. Otherwise, you'll find yourself deciding how to make a half-eaten bag of Doritos and minimarshmallows into a balanced meal at 11 p.m. on a Tuesday night. Been there, done that.


IPC aiding more students than ever in new location

Most students know they need to hightail it to the emergency room with a broken arm or a severely bleeding cut. But less serious injuries can leave students playing guessing games with their health.