TEDxUNO speakers announced, tickets on sale

This spring the University of Nebraska at Omaha will host another TED Talk series. Ted Talks were created as a means of fostering a culture...

STEM TRAIL Center expands UNO STEM program capabilities

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR STEM educators are in high-demand nationwide and Omaha has certainly been feeling the shortage. The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is striving to...

Scott Conference Center to house Nebraska Center for Preparedness Education’s 13th symposia in June

The Nebraska Center for Preparedness Education will host its 13th Annual Preparedness Symposium Series in April, May and June in six Nebraska cities. UNO's Scott...

UNO Math Students Break University Records at Putnam Competition

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR Math isn’t everyone's forte, but for mathematics students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) it’s a different story. UNO math students...

The Gateway invites UNO, Omaha community to “Run the Press”

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR News hounds and leisure readers alike are invited to participate in the Gateway’s inaugural 5K fun run, “Run the Press.” The event will be...

Let the music festival season begin

Summer is approaching fast, and many of us are thinking about what we're going to do, where we're going to go, what shows we're going to see, where and when are we going to work, and how much booze we may or may not imbibe. One of the most exciting things to think about is all the music festivals that will be happening. Not so exciting, however, is thinking of how to pay for them.


UNO organizations taking part in Omaha Gives

Today is this year's Omaha Gives' 5th annual 24-hour charitable challenge. Several offices and organizations from UNO are participating in the challenge: KVNO Classical 90.7...

‘Women Who Rock’ exhibit opens at the Durham Western Heritage Museum

If you go down the stairs to look at the train cars in the Durham Western Heritage Museum, you may hear the voices of Janis Joplin, Aretha Franklin, or even Lady Gaga. Don't be alarmed, just follow them past the train cars and on to the "Women Who Rock" exhibit.
At the entrance to the exhibit, you'll be greeted with a mural of vinyl records. Each one features interesting facts about women in music history from the early 20th century to today. It's a good tease for what lies ahead in the rest of the exhibit.