Writer’s Workshop Reading Series – Program gives authors new opportunities

By Ashley Quintela, Contributor It’s that time of year again: the University of Nebraska at Omaha is hosting it’s annual Writer’s Workshop Reading Series put...

Nebraska Medicine to take all trauma patients in 2015

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor On Tuesday, Jan. 13, the city of Omaha made the announcement that all trauma patients will be transported to the...

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...

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Friday, Nov. 12

7:30 a.m.

The UNO Gerontology Interest Group will feature speaker Kim Haney. The event will be held in CPACS room 109A. Haney is the executive director of Life Chronicles in Omaha, a non-profit that produces videos of people with chronic illnesses.

 


Student group combats hunger in Omaha

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR Students Against Hunger at the University of Nebraska at Omaha is kicking off their food pack program where they provide a recipe and...

Farmers’ Almanac releases 2014 winter outlook for Midwest

By Kaitlyn Vickers, Contributor Nebraskans thought they had already encountered some of the harshest winters around, but mother nature is here to prove that she...

ICS in place for emergencies

By Maria Brown, Contributor Students, faculty, staff and community members may recall the February 2014 Scott Village Building G fire that put UNO’s incident command...

Group uses holiday to give back

Stuffing soared and fuzz flew in the student center on Feb. 14 as hundreds of students participated in Maverick Productions' second annual "A Beary Happy Valentine's Day," an event where students created their own stuffed animals and cards to be given to patients at Children's Hospital.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., nearly 400 students crammed into the Milo Bail Student Center's Fireplace Lounge to make 361 Valentine's Day cards and 61 stuffed animals, which were donated to children at the hospital who have been staying there for long-term treatment or children undergoing emergency procedures.