Daub talks domestic benefits with UNO Republicans

Former Omaha Mayor and current University of Nebraska Board of Regents District No. 8 seat candidate Hal Daub told the UNO College Republicans Nov. 2 that he hasn't yet figured out his stance on domestic partner benefits.

Campus security closely examined after Sandy Hook

Horrible school shootings such as the Columbine, Virginia Tech, or Sandy Hook events lead to heightened concern about the safety and security of the places where we spend our time. These events are devastating, but fortunately are less common than many other crimes and emergencies. Tornadoes, winter storms, chemical spills, fires and others are all potential threats, but UNO's Campus Security and Crisis Management Team have plans to address each. They are all available online and are worth being aware of as the new semester begins.

Faculty reflect on Roskens

Roskens Hall, which gives the college of education atmosphere a new look, replaced the building known as Kayser Hall.

Affordable, comfortable living at Scott Court

Scott Court features many amenities: wireless internet, basic cable, local phone service, recycling, electricity, sewer, gas and possible weekly housekeeping in individual suites. The resident halls also have secured access for both the building and parking area, as well as paid utilities.

Rain or shine, professor rides bike to and from campus

Dr. Bruce Johansen, 62, hasn't driven a car in more than 10 years.

Milliken to discuss employee benefits Friday

University of Nebraska President James Milliken and David Lechner, NU vice president for business and finance, will give a presentation about Employee Plus One Benefits prior to the Board of Regents meeting Friday, said Melissa Lee, NU communications director.

Window into a College Professor’s Soul

A professor's office is much more than just a space to do his or her work and meet with students. An office can be a window into his or her personality, as well as a marketing tool.