UNO researchers publish report on Nebraska Hispanic population

By Kaitlin Vickers, Contributor The number of Hispanics in Nebraska has dramatically increased throughout the years, but within the last year, it has not been...

UNO to host LGBTQ+ college conference

Madeline Miller SENIOR STAFF REPORTER For the first time in its 25-year history, the MBLGTAC Conference will be held at a school in Nebraska. It is not...

Chi Omega turns cupcakes into charity

The University of Nebraska Omaha chapter of the Chi Omega sorority teamed with Jones Bros. cupcakes for a successful charity event Sunday that raised nearly $1000 in free-will donations  and featured balloon animals, face painting, a magician, a custom cupcake and a raffle.

Proposed pipeline legislation could prevent construction

Three proposed bills calling for further regulation of financial constraints on the proposed Keystone XL pipeline would hamper or prevent the project, said Jim Krause, operations manager for TransCanada.  Krause made his remarks during testimony opposing the legislation on Wednesday, Feb. 9.

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Compulsive gaming creates alternative reality, negative effects

By Nathan Stephenson, Contributor Nathan Bock, a licensed drug and alcohol counselor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, says addicts “almost exclusively” seek help...

Former UNO student dies in high-speed car accident

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor A young man with ties to the University of Nebraska at Omaha died of injuries due to a car accident on Jan....

UNO graduate Nabity plans to streamline government, upgrade tourism

Dave Nabity is one of three Republican candidates running for mayor of Omaha. Though he hasn't held public office before, he has been a part of local and Nebraska politics for years. He is a graduate of UNO and has worked in business with his company, Nabity Business Advisors.
His political contributions to the city and state have centered on protecting small business interests and managing government contracts and spending. In 2009, he founded the Omaha Alliance for the Private Sector which worked on reports regarding fire and police contracts, reorganization of government, and countless other proposals on how to save money and consolidate budgets.