Missouri River rehabilitation offers opportunities for UNO grads

Idealistic UNO graduates may find employment opportunities for creating a healthier natural environment closer than expected.


A glimpse at the new home of UNO’s College of Busines

UNO's South Campus recently added a 120,000-square-foot addition with Mammel Hall. The three-story structure is the new home to the College of Business Administration. Construction began in June 2008 and was completed this fall. The building's list of impressive features includes interactive touch screen as well as digital displays showing historical and general information pertaining to the school. Classrooms are equipped with smaller digital displays to show relevant events, including class and meeting times.


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By: Sean Robinson, Lindsi Fulk & Nick Beaulieu Forty-two students have been displaced and their belongings destroyed as a result of a discarded cigarette. Shortly after...

Movement fights Parkinson’s: Reach For It dance program

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s modern performing dance group, The Moving Company, and the College of Education have partnered with the...

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Today’s the day: Cast your vote!

Students can also vote online at sguno.unomaha.edu. The online poll is open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. today

Election results will follow in the fireplace lounge in the student center at 8 p.m. today.