Conference teaches business side of public relations

We are a generation of creators. We are a world of sharers. And more than ever we walk amongst entrepreneurs. The Internet and social media are still budding entities, but they have already inspired us in ways that have helped people embody more of these qualities.
 


Massive MIP arrests at Omaha party

Twenty-six minors received an unwelcome surprise Friday night, when Omaha Police responded to a disturance call reporting at 2211 Maple Street and cited all 26 for minor in possession of alcohol.


A new website for students looking for internships makes debut

Internships are a great way for students to get real-world experience in a field and make connections outside of the university. Students might even be able to pick up class credit in the process.
Recently, the Nebraska Department of Economic Development created a website to provide internships for students statewide. The site, InternNE.com, focuses on placing Nebraska students into jobs and internships.
 


Crime Log 3-8-11

Crime Log 3-8-11


Incumbent wants to ‘get things done’ if reelected

As mayor, Jim Suttle said he is getting things done. And he doesn't plan on stopping.
"That's what we will continue to do in a second term-get more things done," Suttle said.
Suttle is running for a second term against four candidates-Brad Ashford, Dave Nabity, Jean Stothert and Dan Welch.
Based on his performance and health, Suttle planned on serving two terms as mayor from the start,
"Performance has been, I think, great," Suttle said. "And my health has been excellent. We're ready to do a second term."


Raising awareness of modern day slavery

Nearly 30 students raised awareness of the 27 million people in slavery worldwide on March 13.
 


Regents approve Haymarket Arena, Memorial Stadium improvements

The Board of Regents met on Dec. 1 with committee meetings beginning at 9 a.m. and a board meeting at 1 p.m. The meetings were held in Varner Hall at the University of Nebraska - Lincoln. On the agenda was the finalization of the building decisions for the West Haymarket Arena, including the approval of the Joint Public Agency's agreement.

 


Students learn needs of community

Last week, Tanner Johnson called a cardboard box "home." Put together with duct tape and zip ties and painted in a camouflage motif, the box was a few feet tall and a few feet wide.
Johnson joined about 20 fellow Pi Kappa Alpha fraternity members in Just Can It!, a community service project.