Earth Day Omaha looks to celebrate its 30th year

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR Earth Day Omaha celebrates its 30th year on April 13 as the longest running environmentally-directed event in the city, drawing thousands of visitors...

Goodrich professor wins Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award

Juli Oberlander CONTRIBUTOR Todd Richardson, an associate professor in the Goodrich Scholarship Program, recently received a 2019 Alumni Outstanding Teaching Award. Established in 1997, the award honors...

UNO presents 5th Annual Human Library Learning Experience

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR Have you ever encountered someone who was different from you or who has lived a different story than you? Did you find yourself...

UNO students share how the flood made an impact

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR Spring break is a time students look forward to, to put aside classwork and unwind for a week. However, natural disasters are unexpected...

Omaha’s Athletic Training celebrates National Athletic Training month

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR UNO athletic training department celebrates national athletic training month The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Athletic Training celebrates National Athletic Training in March with...

Self-defense workshops help the UNO community stay safe

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska-Omaha Campus Recreation has partnered with 4 Horsemen Security to create self-defense workshops so participants have a fighting chance in...

UNO Athletic Training Program Changing Course for Undergraduates Next Year

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR The UNO Athletic Training Program is phasing out the undergraduate program next year. The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) committee decided...

Wi-Fi shortages causes concern for day to day business at UNO

Ben Phillips CONTRIBUTOR This past December, UNO, along with the other University of Nebraska campus’, removed their campus-based Wi-Fi services and instead opted for a nationwide...