Tornado destroys newly built Academic Excellence Center

On Thursday, Mar. 29, severe weather threatened surrounding Douglas county areas south of Dodge and a tornado touched down on the east side of campus, strategically pinpointing the Academic Excellence Center that was built in February. Already prone for destruction, the center was not able to withstand the forceful gales that ravaged the campus. Ironically, all other buildings were untouched.


Future graduate committed when she failed to measure up

Friends and family of Kristen Flatchest are extremely distraught after the 24-year-old senior was committed immediately after a traumatic experience at the UNO Bookstore.


Psychology department introduces new dream research program

The University of Nebraska Omaha Psychology department announced the creation of its new dream studies program Thursday, Mar. 29.  The new graduate-level Oneirology and Sleep Research program will be an interdisciplinary study field in association with Bioinformatics and the University of Nebraska Medical Center.


‘Twilight’ fans distraught over ‘Hunger Games’ success

"The Hunger Games" had a huge opening last weekend, raking in over $150 million in ticket sales and pleasing fans and producers alike. Its projected sales for its second weekend are $72 million, more than $2 million above original expectations. Overall, the movie appears destined to be a crowd-pleasing film, exceeding the take for its most prominent competitor, the "Twilight" movies.


A love letter to the Target dollar section

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER The most dangerous weapon that has ever been handed to me was a Target shopping basket. Red, oval-shaped and encompassing of...

Always Sunny continues to improve, Broadchurch’s new season comes up short, but still a...

By Phil Brown, Reporter “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia” 2015 marks the 10th year of “It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia,” FX’s black comedy sitcom about...

3-D brings ‘Jackass’ to new levels of disgusting

The "Jackass" crew returns to theaters for a third time, this time bringing 3-D to its TV spin-off.

When the idea of filming in 3-D was suggested, at first Johnny Knoxville and company were worried about adding such a completely new element to the film.