First generation student overcomes obstacles

Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR Meeting deadlines, creating projects and finals can be overwhelming for college students, but senior Zhomontee Watson faced more obstacles than most. Watson is a...

UNO celebrates Veterans Day

Gregory Staskiewicz CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha celebrated Veterans Day by honoring veterans through community service around the city. The UNO Office of Civic and...

Tax reform’s affects on UNO students

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR With sweeping federal tax reform being proposed, UNO students will see both immediate changes and long-term effects. Both the U.S. House of Representatives and...

UNO researchers to study link between stress and health

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Researchers in a University of Nebraska at Omaha study will look at the link between officers’ exposure to violence in prison and...

UNO festivities celebrate Nontraditional Student Week

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Division of Continuing Studies hosted a variety of events, from a family movie night to an etiquette...

UNO researchers examine child development at Henry Doorly Zoo

Andi Manakdan CONTRIBUTOR Researchers at UNO collaborated with Omaha’s Henry Doorly Zoo and Aquarium to conduct a research study at The Bay Family Children’s Adventure Trails...

UNO hosts technology workshop in Oman

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR UNO’s International Professional Development (IPD) program held a series of “teaching with technology” workshops at Dhofar University in Salalah, Oman during late September...

College of Business first in state to receive IMA endorsement

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR The College of Business Administration at the University of Nebraska at Omaha is the first university in the state to be endorsed by...