UNO Professor speaks alongside Harvard, Yale Educators on presidential task force

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor After a series of shootings of unarmed men by police officers in Missouri, Ohio and New York, President Barack Obama...

Student organize $3,500 bake sale for Japan

When Josh Campbell saw the devastation in the aftermath of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and the subsequent tsunami that hit Japan in March, he felt a instinctive need to reach out to the shattered nation.


“Girl Noticed” features UNO student

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR At the Lutheran Family Services (LFS) building in Lincoln, the faces of two young women peer out from their mural at people...

Fall for Halloween fun

The leaves start to change colors. The winds begin to blow cooler on campus. Sweaters and jackets return to wardrobes around the Midwest. This can only mean one thing - fall is officially here.


UNO Forensics team places third in national tournament

    By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha speech team, MavForensics, continued its history of competitiveness in a national contest, finishing third overall. Last...

Omaha Public Library’s June Family Fair celebrates Emancipation Proclamation

Mark your calendars. The Omaha Public Library's Charles B. Washington Branch will host its 13th annual June Family Fair on June 27. The Juneteenth celebration...

Seven days of service shapes up

Instead of soaking up sun on a Florida beach or partying spring break away, some UNO students have pledged to make a difference in their local communities this March.  The UNO Education Department is sponsoring its ninth annual Seven Days of Service.  Hundreds have answered the call to use March 19 and March 21-26 to volunteer in more than 20 individual service projects around the metro area.


New wave of counseling finds a niche in Omaha

Kamrin Baker Online Reporter Bright blue walls cover the year-old Omaha Therapy and Arts Collaborative building on 87th street, and inside, in between paint brushes, toys...