Close to home: Immigration ban affects UNO

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR Following in the footsteps of several other universities, University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds sent out a university-wide letter in response to President...

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Ricketts fields questions at UNO Gov. Pete Ricketts came to the University of Nebraska at Omaha on Thursday and fielded questions from students. The...

UNO Student will speak at Women’s Entrepreneurial Event

Brianna Olson CONTRIBUTOR FemCity, or the Femfessionals, is a new group created to support, connect and empower entrepreneurial women in the Omaha area. Their events usually...

Elmwood Park’s Earth Day Event Schedule

The Earth Day Omaha celebration is from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Saturday at Elmwood Park. MAIN STAGE - MUSIC AND SPEAKERS 11 a.m.: Music by...

Above the influence

 Friends are the most influential factor determining whether teens use or abuse alcohol, according to a recent presentation by University of Nebraska Medical Center professor Melissa Tibbits. Tibbits recently presented a colloquium titled "Preventing Alcohol Use and Abuse in Adolescents" at UNO's College of Public Affairs and Community Service building. The colloquium was part of an ongoing series of lectures coordinated by UNMC's School of Public Health.

 


Small Midwest coffee business thrives with help from UNO student

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor A student at the University of Nebraska at Omaha has been instrumental in the success of a Midwest small business. One of six...

A letter from NU President Hank Bounds

April 13, 2015 Dear University of Nebraska student, I can’t think of many more important people to write on my first day as president of the university than the 51,000...

Anti-Defamation League partners with UNO, Northwest high school for anti-bias training

By Jack Spady, Contributor The Anti-Defamation League (ADL) is teaming up with the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Northwest Magnet High School. The partnership exists in hopes...