Upcoming student government elections

Get to know the candidates for student government. With elections approaching, find out who's running and why they want your vote.


Elections will be held on Tuesday, March 5. Polls will be open in the Milo Bail Student Center, Criss Library and Mammel Hall from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. Students can also vote through an email link or  online at sguno.unomaha.edu until 7 p.m. Results will be announced that evening in the Milo Bail Student Center Fireplace Lounge.

Age diversity: breaking down barriers

By Trent Ostrom Contributor In a day and age where diversity is being discussed and barriers are being broken down, many overlook the role of age...

Maverick connection to nonprofit

Megan DeBoer CONTRIBUTOR Imagine being a 7-year-old in the back of a locked police car being taken away from home with only a plastic garbage bag....

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Local teen fashion designer headed to New York Fashion Week

Kate Walz's notoriety in the Omaha fashion scene has been on the rise for the past few years since she began showing collections for Omaha Fashion Week at age 13. Walz is bound to become even more recognized for her designs-locally and nationally-after she shows her latest Fall 2013 collection during New York Fashion Week in February.  
The New York fashion marketing firm Plitz asked the 16-year-old Millard North High School sophomore to be a featured designer in two shows, one for emerging designers and one a special cancer survivors show (for which Walz custom-created a dress). Walz's New York debut will be held at the W New York hotel.

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Cassie Wade CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha students who are too old for tricks and treats but still want to be involved in Halloween celebrations...

UNO’s Study Abroad Affair is Wednesday

By Shudi Peng Contributor The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Study Abroad Program is popular among students who want to experience cultural diversity and visit different...

ConAgra to leave Omaha for Chicago

Phil Brown Opinion Editor After nearly a century of holding their base of operations in Nebraska, ConAgra Foods Inc. is moving to Illinois. The food processing...