UNO student wins “Big Fan” gameshow

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Many people have a favorite celebrity but few have had the chance to meet them and test their knowledge about the celebrity...

Technology infringes on students’ sleep

It's 2010. We live in an era congested with Facebook, instant text messaging and on-demand Internet. I know many students spend more class time checking their friend's Facebook wall or watching "The Office" on Hulu.com than paying attention to their professors. In a technologically-savvy world, this trend is only increasing.  


UNO, Alumni Association earn 12 regional awards from CASE VI

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha won six gold awards and 11 overall awards in the program recognizing the best...

Bounds chosen as NU President, Life-long educator brings experience and high hopes to Nebraska

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor After a long and much-anticipated wait, the University of Nebraska school system has a new president. After two hours of...

Lee Tary, Brad Ashford square off in second congressional debate

By Kelly Langin, Contributor Lee Terry and Brad Ashford talked dirty campaign advertisements and elaborated on their positions in the country’s most important issues in...

Help Nebraska organization honor fallen service members and their families

The Honor and Remember Nebraska Chapter is looking for families who've lost loved ones who died while serving in the military. The organization presents...

POT Crossing: Marijuana creeps its way into Nebraska due to Colorado legalization, UNO...

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor Amendment 64 was enacted In November 2012, allowing adults in Colorado aged 21 and older to grow up to six...

Innocence Project students said to have used hidden wire during interviews

Student journalists for Northwestern University's Medill Innocence Project wore hidden tape recorders during an investigation into an alleged wrongful conviction, prosecutors told a Cook County judge Wednesday.