Resident advisors: RA’s help students transition into dorm life

  Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR Resident assistants at the University of Nebraska at Omaha help students transition from living at home to living with three roommates on campus. “An...

Annual Malcolm X festival seeks to enlighten about troubled youth

UNO's Department of Black Studies' 11th Annual Malcolm X Festival began March 7 with three discussions dealing with the law, youth and the problems that face both.


UNO community reacts to Obama’s visit to Baxter Arena

Brooke Criswell Online Content Manager By now, most of Omaha knows President Obama will be speaking at Baxter Arena on Wednesday. After tickets to the public were...

Douglas County Health Department shares pest control tips for Mosquito Control Awareness Week

Kamrin Baker EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Ah, how the senses are awakened during the summer. There's a smell of fresh fruit, fire pits, bug spray; the sensation of sun-kissed...

A group project can be a treacherous ordeal, but it doesn’t have to be

By Jared Kennedy News Editor Group projects are inevitable in almost every collegiate course. The professor announces the impending doom during the syllabus reading on the...

Captain Mike Murphy fills UNO’s new security position

The University of Nebraska at Omaha recently welcomed retired Omaha Police Department Captain Mike Murphy to the security team. Murphy is now the School...

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Cassie Wade CONTRIBUTOR Participating in the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Earth Week celebrations provided several Journalism and Mass Communications majors with more than the opportunity...

Jager talks student involvement, activities and TEDxUNO

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR As a student at Eastern Kentucky University, Ben Jager said, he immersed himself in campus life. Being part of student government, a fraternity,...