A few of our favorite things: February edition

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER February is recognized by people in two extremes: those who love chocolate, teddy bears and Punxsutawney Phil, and those who despise...

Holocaust scholar speaks on slave labor camps

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor For 16 years, the University of Nebraska at Omaha has been hosting the Annual Richard Dean Winchell History lecture. This...

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.


The roots of Roskens Hall

While they may attend classes, do their homework and study with classmates there, few students know Roskens Hall's history. 


Mav Kids Halloween

Cassie Wade CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha students who are too old for tricks and treats but still want to be involved in Halloween celebrations...

CAPS provides counsel and support services for students

Megan Schneider CONTRIBUTOR Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) helps University of Nebraska at Omaha students encountering challenges in life. The staff assists students in need of counseling...

Mav Ride Program offering 800 students a lift

This fall the UNO Student Government is sponsoring the return of the Mav Ride Program.  This is the third year that the Student Government is partnered with the Omaha Metro to provide prepaid fare cards to UNO students.  The cards are free to students and can be used on any City bus that is routed to UNO.  
 


Beloved administrative assistant retires

Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Milk the cows, go to school, attend cheerleading practice, milk the cows again, cheer at the football game… repeat. This was the...