Officer Pete Coffey balances schoolwork and security duties

By Alina Zwart, Contributor He is trained to do more than dispatch calls about locked-in keys and jump-start cars, but 25-year-old Pete Coffey does it...

Contemporary poet brings poetry to life at UNO

Contemporary poet Matthew Zapruder read in the Dodge Rooms of the Milo Bail Student Center on Nov. 3.  He visited UNO as a part of the Missouri Valley Reading Series, which welcomes poets as well as authors of fiction and non-fiction to travel and read their works.


Rodie named first Director of UNO Center for Urban Sustainability

By Seth Arter, Contributor Last month, the University of Nebraska at Omaha announced that Steven Rodie would be joining campus staff, taking on two different...

Campus inclusivity improved with restroom sign changes

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR In order to make restrooms at the University of Nebraska at Omaha safer and more inclusive, the signs on numerous restrooms will...

DebateWatch proves successful

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR The first DebateWatch event of the semester was held Last Monday. Omaha residents, UNO students and staff gathered in the Milo Bail Student Center...

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...

Search for new chancellor continues

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Last week, University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds announced a series of listening sessions to be held Tuesday on the search for...

Students react to Mammel’s features, design

When asked to name her favorite feature of UNO's new Mammel Hall, UNO marketing major Nicole Morrison said, "Free printing." Spoken like a true college student, Morrison isn't the only student impressed with UNO's newest building. UNO senior and business management major Nick Moss singled out the touch screens as one feature that adds to his enthusiasm.