Has anyone with a keen interest in the romantic poetry of John Keats ever thought of relating the philosophies of the poems to Einstein's quantum theory? Conversely, has anyone pursuing the scholarly journey of physics through probability theory, quantum mechanics and the supreme mathematical reality of science ever consider embracing the poetic reality of literature?
The UNO Criss Library is currently hosting an exhibit by photographer Ophir Palmon. The exhibit, "Future, Beware!," is a collection of images taken as part of a larger project to examine the Holocaust through the eyes of Jewish-American teens. UNO and the Council for Holocaust and Genocide Studies are sponsoring the exhibit.
Andrew Lewandowski comes from a heritage that is both meaningful, different and rich in tradition. Lewandowski and his sister Sarah, both UNO students, were adopted from a young age. Lewandowski was adopted as a baby from Calcutta, India and Sarah, was adopted from Daejeon, South Korea.
News for the week of 9-20-11.
More than 5,900 American flags adorned the pep bowl during the week of April 10, each representing an American citizen who lost their life in Iraq or Afghanistan.
Zombies are not real.
That was the first thing Dr. Shawn Gibbs made clear during his lecture before a crowd of University of Nebraska Medical Center students and faculty. If by chance the possibility of a zombie outbreak becomes real, Gibbs prepared a thorough presentation to help prepare.
When the sun sets and night time lingers, most people in Omaha are able to rest easy and securely in the safety of their homes. However, many homeless people don't have such a luxury. For the last seven years the Phi Beta Sigma Nebraska chapter has been putting in overnight hours on the street to raise awareness, money and funds for Omaha's needy.