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.
University of Nebraska President James B. Milliken has announced the 2011 winners of the university's most esteemed awards for research, teaching and engagement. These awards recognize faculty whose work made a strong impact on students, the university and the state, said Milliken.
The Student Senate approved a resolution Thursday requiring senators to spend mandatory office hours in the Student Government office, which will allow students more opportunities to speak with their representatives.
UNO revealed new logos as part of a Maverick brand makeover Thursday at Embassy Suites in La Vista.
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Idealistic UNO graduates may find employment opportunities for creating a healthier natural environment closer than expected.
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.