New Shotokan Karate club builds members spiritual and physical lives

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The Shotokan Karate Club held its first class at the School of Health and Kinesiology on Oct. 20. The new club is being held...

New travel ban affects UNO community

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR In a statement on Sept. 24, 2017, the Trump administration announced a newly revised travel ban, which will affect members of the UNO...

Keeping up the legacy of speech success

Kelsey Johnson CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s speech team, MavForensics, is a small group comprised of 15 students this year. Of those 15,...

Dr. Pepper gives away a chance of a lifetime

UNO Sophomore Will Gottner was casually browsing the internet for scholarships when he chanced upon one that would garner him life-changing results.


In Her Words: UNO’s Sami Spenner tells her story of the NCAA holding her...

Sami Spenner is one of the best track and field athletes in the United States. After being denied the ability to participate nationally last...

Omahan loses 130 pounds, recruits Mav Run team

Susan Payne CONTRIBUTOR Mindi Wendel began running three years ago. After losing 130 pounds, Wendel knew she couldn’t go back to a sedentary life where she...

For Durango, cheering on Mavericks is “more than just a job”

By Blake Dickinson, Contributor With fall sports wrapping up and winter sports prepping for a successful season, the most energized individual on campus is busy...

UNO researcher helps farmers bridge the gap between productivity and conservation

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR To outsiders, Nebraska seems like one long corn field on the way to Colorado. To Nebraskans, those fields are money in the...