Crime Log 4-5-11
On April 2, Durham Science Center hosted more than 200 students from 14 high schools to engage in competitive activities throughout the day.
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The University of Nebraska Board of Regents voted unanimously in Lincoln Friday to accept UNO's invitation to the Summit League, moving the Mavericks to Division I athletics. The decision means an almost certain end to storied football and wrestling programs.
The University of Nebraska Board of Regents met Friday in Lincoln to discuss several issues on the agenda -- three of which related directly to UNO.
The UNO Wrestling team won the battle but may have lost the war, capturing a third consecutive national championship just hours before learning the program is poised to be permanently cut.
The UNO campus was busier than usual with the Fourth Annual National Student Speech Language Hearing Association Pancake Feed taking place. Anxiously anticipating a pancake and sausage dinner, Omaha residents lined up in the UNO Alumni Center to be part of the event put on by the UNO chapter of the NSSLHA.