UNO pancake feed brings it all

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.

Voters elect O’Connor and Harrell for president, vice president

UNO voters made their voices heard Tuesday, electing junior political science major Liz O'Connor as UNO student body president/regent and her running mate senior sociology and political science major Bret Harrell as vice president.  The duo defeated opponents Ryan Tefft, a senior geology major, and Eric Hansen, a senior accounting major, by a 727 to 326 margin.

Job fair attracts large crowd

On March 8, the UNO Career Center hosted the Spring 2011 Job Fair in the second floor ballroom in the Milo Bail Student Center.

Student Senate discusses employee health care, MavLink

The UNO Student Health office may begin treating faculty and staff soon, said Assistant Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Rita Henry during open forum at the March 3 Student Senate meeting in the Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom.

Student Government aims for the record books


Student Government's Freshman Leadership Council set its eyes on the prize Thursday night, when a resolution proposing to attempt to set a Guinness World Record was unanimously approved.

Seven days of service shapes up

Instead of soaking up sun on a Florida beach or partying spring break away, some UNO students have pledged to make a difference in their local communities this March.  The UNO Education Department is sponsoring its ninth annual Seven Days of Service.  Hundreds have answered the call to use March 19 and March 21-26 to volunteer in more than 20 individual service projects around the metro area.

MLK’s dream discussed at UNO

A crowd of about 25 people gathered in the CPACS commons Tuesday to watch Martin Luther King, Jr.'s famous "I Have a Dream" speech and discuss its impact on today's world.

Trivia night proceeds help fight cancer

Kim Lange asked a stumped crowd of more than 100 when the first skyscraper was built. Lange wasn't teaching a course in architectural history -  she was sponsoring and acting as quizmaster for UNO's Relay for Life trivia night.