This week in News…

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

Compulsive gaming creates alternative reality, negative effects

By Nathan Stephenson, Contributor Nathan Bock, a licensed drug and alcohol counselor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, says addicts “almost exclusively” seek help...

UNO changes parking and transportation service

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha Parking Services has upgraded parking permits and the shuttle service in order to give students more...

Wall Street Journal reporter Nicole Friedman shares advice to future journalists

Juli Oberlander Contributor Nicole Friedman knew she was interested in a potential journalism career when she wrote for her high school newspaper in Piedmont, California. During this...

Mav PRSSA hosts regional conference, “Building Blocks of a Brand”

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) hosted the regional conference entitled “Building Blocks...

UNO to host Midwest Entrepreneurship Conference

By Jack Spady, Contributor The University of Nebraska at Omaha Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship will host the fourth annual Midwest Entrepreneurship Conference (MWEC) this Friday and Saturday at Kaneko, 1111...

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.


Board of Regents Approve move to Summit League Division I

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents voted unanimously in Lincoln Friday to accept UNO's invitation to the Summit League, moving the Mavericks to Division I athletics. The decision means an almost certain end to storied football and wrestling programs.