Umpqua: familiar tragedy hits home

Zane Fletcher Editor-In-Chief It is a trope we’ve heard all to many times in recent years—that of the school shooting. On Oct. 1, Umpqua Community College became the most recent victim...

Research report published on Latino-owned business in NE

The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Office of Latino/Latin American Studies (OLLAS) recently released a report on the status of Latino-owned businesses in Nebraska....

Chancellor calls students explorers, risk takers in State of the University address

By Travis Wood Contributor The University of Nebraska at Omaha Chancellor John Christensen delivered the annual State of the University address last Monday. Chancellor Christensen first emphasized...

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...

UNO professor studies local bats: An important part of the ecosystem fighting disease

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR What has four wings, can fly and is a traditional symbol of Halloween? Bats. “They’re not really as creepy as you think,” Madelene Shehan,...

UNO and US College Enrollment Fluctuates

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR College enrollment has dropped in the United States ever since its peak in 2010, according to the National Center for Education Statistics. The...

UnOrthodox series returns

Has anyone with a keen interest in the romantic poetry of John Keats ever thought of relating the philosophies of the poems to Einstein's quantum theory? Conversely, has anyone pursuing the scholarly journey of physics through probability theory, quantum mechanics and the supreme mathematical reality of science ever consider embracing the poetic reality of literature?


University of Nebraska braces for $50 million in system-wide budget cuts

The economic downturn sweeping the nation hasn't missed UNO.