International Studies and Programs, Insight into the dean’s cultural world

Subdued yellow light filtered out of the open doorway to the office. The fluorescent ceiling lights were off, leaving lighting to the tall, narrow, plant-adorned windows and a series of squat, shaded lamps.

Impeachment, Resignations, Alleged Forgeries: Controversy surrounds 2018-19 Student Presidential Election, Election Commission

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR Several Student Government members have come forward to discuss controversies surrounding the 2018-2019 student body presidential election and the Election...

Bus scavenger hunt

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR Students at the University of Nebraska have more incentive than ever before to go green and take advantage of Omaha’s Metro system with the...

August commencement eliminated

Thomas Wallace, UNO's new vice chancellor for student affairs, promised students early last semester he would begin new traditions around campus.  He begins the new by breaking one of UNO's oldest traditions by the end of this summer.

RA Applications Opened

Charolette Reilly CONTRIBUTOR Students looking for on-campus employment at the University of Nebraska at Omaha have the opportunity to become a residential assistant for the 2017-18...

Work on $13M Catholic center near UNO expected to start

The Archdiocese of Omaha will soon begin construction on its St. John Paul II Newman Center adjacent to the University of Nebraska at Omaha's...

UNO parking tweet causes parking confusion among students

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR A UNO parking tweet spurred confusion about residential parking on Sept. 7, 2017. “No UNO parking in neighborhoods near Dodge/Scott Campuses. This could...

Black-Jew Dialogues blends entertainment, education

In their upcoming performance "Black-Jew Dialogues," Ron Jones and Larry Jay Tish use puppets, improvisation and personal experience to put on a show about racism, prejudice and hate.  
"We use laughter to break down walls and expose the absurdity of hatred," Tish said. "We hope that by the end, people have a better understanding of themselves, the people around us and can have open dialogue about our differences."