Students take part in disaster drill

Jessica Wade EDITOR-IN-CHIEF University of Nebraska at Omaha senior and emergency management major Kain Martin spent Saturday morning in Methodist Hospital as a 17-year-old girl with...

Ebola-infected doctor treated at UNMC

By Nithya Rajagopalan, Copy Editor ​On Aug. 5, the third American victim of the Ebola virus arrived at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in...

UNO receives high marks in evaluation

"Military Times," an independent news source for active-duty personnel, has named UNO one of the nation's best colleges for military veterans. More than 4,000 universities were evaluated based on financial assistance, academic flexibility, campus culture and support services. UNO was ranked number 19.

This is the first year UNO has received a ranking from "Military Times," but it has been honored by several military-focused publications and organizations in recent years.


“GetCheckedOmaha” brings awareness of epidemic STD rates in the Metro-Area

Hanna Stock ONLINE CONTENT MANAGER Sexually transmitted diseases in Omaha have reached epidemic levels and “GetCheckedOmaha” provides access to confidential testing, treatment and protection. Douglas County STD...

Celebrate Holi Festival with a huge color party

Are you ready to party in style? The Graduate Student Association at the University of Nebraska Medical Center will host the second annual HOLI Festival...

This Week In The News

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor Week of snow leaves Omaha in a skid Multiple accidents occurred after the snowfall Feb. 3, so many that police suspended...

Entertainment Calendar: December 2010

What to expect this month in Omaha Entertainment.


DUIs may become a little more costly

Legislative Bill 667, recently presented before Nebraska Legislature's Judiciary Committee, would repeal the current Administrative License Revocation (ALR) law for drunk drivers.