Gateway hosts holiday book drive for elementary students

Josie Loza PUBLICATIONS MANAGER Students, faculty and staff are encouraged to donate their new or gently-used children's books (appropriate for 4th through 6th grade) to help...

Community members create statewide coalition to advocate for the University of Nebraska

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR A group of community members and business leaders have created a statewide coalition called One Nebraska to advocate for the University of...

World-renowned BMX rider makes pit stop at UNO

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor On Thursday, the maverick monument in front of HPER wasn’t the only bull on campus. Bicycle Motor-Cross (BMX) Rider Terry...

Financial Support & Scholarship office races to deadline

By Joesph Conrad, Contributor The due date for tuition and fee payments is quickly approaching. Sept. 23 is the last day payments will be accepted...

Speedy construction and promotional video have students buzzing over sports arena

By Kaitlin Vickers, Contributor Many students are excited for the new arena near 68th and Center St. to be opened in 2015. Maverick Mayhem pumped...

Omaha event joins in call for action to prevent violence against women, girls

Instead of enjoying chocolates, roses and romantic dinners, some Omahans joined those in hundreds of cities around the world in hosting a One Billion Rising event. The Valentine's Day event was aimed at preventing violence against women and girls.
 


UNO groups continue Tribute to the Fallen

For the past eight years, the UNO College Democrats donated time and money to create a memorial to all the service members who died in Iraq and Afghanistan. The event is known as the Tribute to the Fallen, and this year they partnered with the Veterans Student Organization (VSO) for the first time to continue the solemn event.
 


Murder victim was UNO student

Monday evening, gunshots fired outside an Omaha grocery store struck and killed a UNO student, marking the city's seventh homicide of 2011.