Flood seminar helps local contractors land jobs

Earlier this year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency designated the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) as the Nebraska contact for contractors seeking to provide services for flood recovery.

 


Roskens, Kayser become new homes on campus

Roskens Hall, the new home to UNO's College of Education, officially opened to students August 8.  The $13.7 million renovation project took a year to complete, beginning August 2010 when the College of Business moved to Mammel Hall at the Pacific Street location.


Beat the Pack program helps smokers quit

UNO Wellness is offering a new program to help smokers kick the habit. The Beat the Pack program will be offered twice a semester and is open to UNO students, faculty and staff.


Students can joyride with bike share programs

Being late for class can induce a hefty amount of stress, but thankfully, students searching for a quick ride around campus need look no further than the UNO Bike Share program.


Eight reasons to rejoice at the end of the NFL lockout

After 18 weeks and four days, the NFL lockout officially ended on July 25, as the owners and players agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement. It's all sunshine and daisies again for football fans across the country who feared the season might be canceled.


Crime Log 8-9

A list of crimes reported on campus published August 9, 2011.


UNO donations give refugees a place to rest

UNO has donated 284 dorm beds from University Village to Lutheran Family Services of Nebraska (LFS). Replacing the old beds with newer, more efficient furniture, UNO has given many refugees a place to sleep through their donation to LFS's refugee resettlement program.


Amazon launches digital rentals of college textbooks

College textbooks are getting a bit more affordable.