Nebraska: not always a flyover state

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Many people consider Nebraska a flyover state, but the Sandhill cranes prove it’s the perfect landing spot. Every year, about half a million...

Omaha Men’s Soccer Helps Support Flood Relief

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR The spring season is usually a time when college soccer teams are expected to work on building team fitness and improving skill...

Aksarben Cinema Hosts 2019 Omaha Film Festival

Bryan Vomacka CONTRIBUTOR The 2019 Omaha Film Festival took place at Aksarben Cinema from March 5-10. The festival is in its 14th year of celebrating independent...

UNO encourages students to volunteer time towards flood relief

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief Within the past few days, flooding has devastated Nebraska and impacted many University of Nebraska at Omaha students. UNO has...

Get to Know Your Unicameral: Sen. Carol Blood

Emily White CONTRIBUTOR Carol Blood decided to run for the Bellevue City Council in 2008 because—as she put it—“why notme?” She was watching the city council meetings...

Small business “Freezing” serves up unique treat in Aksarben

Hanna Stock  ONLINE CONTENT MANAGER As Omaha’s Aksarben Village continues to grow and develop, independently run businesses continue to launch in the area. Freezing, is the newest...

UNO Student’s experience flying during the shutdown

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR The government shutdown is over, but the financial stress it caused is still being felt by government workers throughout the country, especially airport...

February at the Planetarium offers visitors a new and a warm place to visit

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Mallory Kountze Planetarium has indoor events for students, faculty and families on cold winter days, and don’t...