Recap: 2015 Homecoming Court Photos

A recap of the University of Nebraska at Omaha's 2015 Homecoming Court... HOMECOMING KING COURT King — Joeseph A. Hagerty IV (Scott Court) Brandon Flowers (Sigma Phi...

Transition to dorm life with confidence: Housing professionals offer tips for success

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR For many students, starting college means moving away from home for the first time, which can result in mixed emotions. The prospect...

Students receive once in a lifetime study abroad opportunity

Zach Griffith and Hannah Gill have no words to properly express their excitement. Griffith and Gill are two of 16 students who received scholarships from the University of Nebraska system to study abroad in India this summer.
Participants will study in Mumbai and Jalgaon from late June to early July. The trip, India Critical Issues, focuses on India's development. Topics to be studied include food and water sustainability, entrepreneurship, public health, education and urbanization.
 


Student body president candidates go head to head in debate

Elizabeth Stevens CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Body President Candidates, Carlo Eby and Nigeena Rahmanzai, and vice presidential candidates, Hameidah Alsafwani and Mark Gibbs,...

Pending castration of Durango prompts protests

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR DISCLAIMER. THE TOPICS AND ISSUES COVERED IN THIS EDITION ARE NOT REAL NEWS. ... HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY. Students at the University of Nebraska at...

UNO offers lunchtime walking club

Don't let the cold weather stop you from meeting your health goals. Take part in a new indoor walking club being offered at the Wellness...

UNO receives largest grant in university history

By Tressa Eckermann, Contributor The University of Nebraska at Omaha recently was awarded the largest grant in university history. The $10.1 million grant was given...

Psychology students bring ‘much needed’ aid to Neb. reservations

A class of psychology students at the University of Nebraska Omaha got a rare opportunity to apply their studies to the real world last Thursday, administering depression screenings at two Nebraska Native American reservations.