UNO grad receives grant, teaches in Nicuragua

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Receiving a Fulbright Academic Research grant has enabled University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate Olajide Cooper to break language barriers and provide...

Human Library held at Criss

Adam Abou-Nasr CONTRIBUTOR Students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha had the chance to check out 12 “books” featured one day only at the third...

Email scam targeted UNO students

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha has sent a university-wide warning to be on alert for job scams as recent reports point to...

Black studies department celebrates another year

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR Forty-Five years ago social activists on the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s campus convinced the university it needed a black studies department. Fifty-four students...

Eat Fit Go arrives on UNO’s campus

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha partnered with Eat Fit Go to provide students with healthier meal options at several on-campus dining...

Budget cuts hit home

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds delivered a presentation at an on-campus open forum Friday concerning the upcoming $58 million budget cuts. Bound’s...

UNO Outdoor Venture Center

Tierra Sharae CONTRIBUTOR Every Thursday this month, the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Outdoor Venture Center (OVC) is hosting a slackline and hammock hangout in Elmwood...

Vietnam War symposium held at UNO: Honors veterans, offers insight on war and future...

Jessica Wade COPY EDITOR A two-day symposium called “The Vietnam War: Lessons and Legacies” brought veterans, senators, journalists, professors and one former U.S. Secretary of Defense...