Despite the cold, brisk air Wednesday, students with UNO's MavRadio were out yelling, dancing, and gathering up people for their first ever MAVster Mash. The "Zombie Walk" cake walk gave out prizes for food and movies. "The Walking Bread" bake sale had plenty of treats for a dollar a piece.
This March, staff from Kabul University's Faculty of Journalism will make their first trip to UNO as part of an exchange program being cultivated by the two universities.
Devin Bertelsen ran for Student President-Regent (SPR) because she was proud to be given the chance to represent students at a university like UNO. In addition to balancing three jobs, taking a full course load, and being SPR, Bertelsen is learning what it takes to be a leader.
Creighton student Eric Juszyk rallied in support of city council's Ben Gray's introduced Equal Employment ordinance on March 3. The rally began at 11:30 at the top of Memorial Park as supporters marched to the bridge over Dodge Street. UNO as well as Creighton students were present. Passers-by in favor of the message promoting equality showed their support by honking and giving thumbs-ups, resulting in a positive response for the rally.
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The UNO Career Center has offered rÃ©sumÃ© review, mock interviews, career exploration and more since it started, but they are working on adding a new service for students. Just this month, they launched the Career Closet.
The Career Closet will provide clean and modern professional clothing for student use at career fairs, interviews and internships, for free.
For most college students, the days of bouncing on trampolines are long behind them. However, the University of Nebraska at Omaha's chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha brought back the trampolines in a big way.