In the wake of blizzard winds and drifting snow, Tuesday's MavRide kickoff event has been postponed to Tuesday, Feb. 8.
The UNO Department of Theatre received a record number of honors during the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival.
On Tuesday, Feb. 1, UNO closed early at 3 p.m due to unfavorable winter weather. Bitter cold and powerful winds pummeled the metro area while snow shrouded the city.
On Friday, Jan. 28, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents convened in Lincoln. Set on the agenda were several issues pertaining to each of the four NU universities, concerning both academic and business affairs. Of the many issues discussed and voted upon, four related to UNO.
A University of Nebraska Medical Center professor met with China's President Hu Jintao during the president's official visit to Washington D.C.
"I read Descartes when I was very young," said Saul Kripke, philosopher, teacher and genius, before a sizable audience Tuesday in the Arts and Sciences building. "I thought, ‘philosophy is a terrible subject, very confusing.'"
UNO Computer Science majors engaged in sessions on careers in computer science from Dec. 6 through 10. Through these events, the College of Information Science and Technology and UNO Department of Computer Science aimed to eliminate misconceptions about computer science careers and promote educational opportunities.
The holidays are a time to shovel mounds of sugary sweets into mouths, a time of mega-stores making mega-bucks off children's Christmas lists and a time of airports being backed up until the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve. But perhaps nothing defines the holiday season more than stories of poor traveling conditions. Here are five stories about holiday travel gone wrong: