First-generation student thrives despite baby’s health

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR It can be difficult to balance work and school, but adding a premature baby to the equation can make success feel impossible. At age...

UNO Gateway Book Drive

Colin Gurney CONTRIBUTOR If you’ve got books you’ve grown out of cluttering your house, you can give them to a good cause. The UNO Gateway is hosting...

UNO philosophy professor’s road to teaching

Sam Weideman CONTRIBUTOR Laura Grams is tickled. She enters her office carrying a package, excited to reveal what’s inside. “I think it’s a T-shirt,” she said....

UNO professor to run for governor

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Nebraskans have nearly a year before they will elect the next governor of Nebraska on Nov. 6, 2018. However, University of Nebraska...

Support group helps students with depression and anxiety

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR Beyond Blue is a support group for students, staff and faculty dealing with depression, anxiety or other related issues. It takes place every...

UNO ranked in top ten most military friendly universities

Greg Staskiewicz CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha was named one of the most military-friendly universities in the country by a Military Times survey. UNO ranked...

UNO and UNMC host STEM workshop for young women

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR On Nov.18, UNO and UNMC held an all-day workshop presented by the Perry Outreach Program for junior and senior high school girls that...

UNO student chosen as U.S. Olympic Curling Trials photographer

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha student Bradley Collett was able to photograph the U.S. Olympic Curling Trials at Baxer Arena November 11...