University taking precautions after carjacking

An unlikely event unfolded on Thursday, March 29 around 7 p.m as students and faculty alike went about their business on the UNO campus.


UNO alumna helps build dreams

In the early 1980s, then-student Viv Ewing invested much of her time helping improve peers', family's and fellow students' life quality. Today, as a UNO alumna, she's as busy serving others, working as the director of human resources and organization development at Habitat for Humanity Omaha and holding several leadership positions on various boards and councils.

 


Take Back the Night rally held on campus

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR “However we dress, wherever we go, yes means yes, and no means no!” This was just one of the many chants shouted by those...

Omaha police identify UNO student accused of pulling a knife on another student

Omaha police have identified the UNO student suspected of pulling a pocket knife on another student Wednesday at the Criss Library as Leo Labogen,...

CodeCrush program breaches barriers

Cassie Wade CONTRIBUTOR In order to break down gender stereotypes associated with the field of information science and technology (IS&T), the University of Nebraska at Omaha...

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UNO’s lost and found locations across campus

Did you lose something on campus? A wallet? A pair of sunglasses? A book? The University of Nebraska at Omaha's Public Safety department maintains the...

MavLink 2.0 designed for ‘tech-savvy’ students

The new MavLink system was designed to update the clunky, outdated version of the online tool to suit today's technologically advanced students, said recently re-elected student senator Terrence Batiste in an interview with the Gateway.