From student worker to business owner, UNO junior shares story of success

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) junior Matthew Dooley worked for UNO’s Information Technology Services as a student worker. Now, he has...

Douglas County Health Department announces the closing of multiple restaurants

UPDATED: 6:04 P.M., May 10, 2018 Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The Douglas County Health Department (DCHD) announced this morning that multiple Douglas County businesses will be...

Reports of anti-Semitic fliers found on campus

  UPDATED: 2:04 p.m. May 9, 2018 Jessica Wade Editor in Chief Free speech on college campuses has been a hot-button topic nationwide. From free speech zones to...

MavFORENSICS: What is takes to become a nationally-ranked team

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The University of Nebraska Omaha’s forensics team, MavFORENSICS, has a history of success. The team recently took home the title of...

Gender in the workplace: 10 things you didn’t realize perpetrate harassment in the workplace

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Read the other installments of this series here: Part One Part Two In March of 1970, 46 women who worked as researchers, mail girls...

Courses featuring pop culture references, U.S. history to be offered in the fall

Benjamin D. Wells CONTRIBUTOR With a large variety of classes available at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, it can be difficult to pick courses. Check...

Cuban-American professor uses his history to connect with students

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR At 86 years old, University of Nebraska at Omaha adjunct Spanish professor Gerry Machado’s life contains more chapters than the book out...

Asexual student shares story of identity

Olivia Powers CONTRIBUTOR Sarah Beckenhauer knows the struggle that comes with being marginalized for her sexuality, even within the LGBT+ community. Beckenhauer, a University of Nebraska at...