UNO and US College Enrollment Fluctuates

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR College enrollment has dropped in the United States ever since its peak in 2010, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. The...

Presidential debate covers campus issues from parking to alcohol

By Jack Spady, Contributor The University of Nebraska atOmaha Student Government hosted a presidential debate in the Milo Bail Student Center on March 4 for upcoming elections. Moderated...

Martial Arts Academy instructs self-defense and inspires friendship

Greg Staskiewicz; CONTRIBUTOR Students can work out, make friends, eat pizza and relax in...

Neb. growth rates decrease, lower UNO enrollment

Neb. and Iowa growth rates are reportedly at the lowest in years, according to several reports conducted by David Drozd, research coordinator for UNO Center for Public Affairs. According to a CBS report regarding the study, Nebraska's growth rate fell below the national average after exceeding the growing trend in past years. The  drop comes from data reporting  amount of births, deaths and number of migrations around these states. 


Students create local campaign to prevent bullying

More than 160,000 U.S. students stay home from school each day from fear of being bullied, according to the U.S. Department of Education.
Bullying can lead to development issues, mental health disorders, sleep problems, school attendance issues and decreased academic performance.
The growing problem and severity of bullying prompted the Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) to sponsor a national case study competition challenging college students to create a local campaign encouraging youth and their parents to work together to prevent bullying.
 


UNO changes parking and transportation service

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha Parking Services has upgraded parking permits and the shuttle service in order to give students more...

Scott Court to add new South Campus housing

New housing developments at UNO will enhance the college experience for new and returning students.

Scott Court will be the latest addition to the student housing development on campus. Its four new buildings on the Pacific Street South Campus location will be home to nearly 500 students.