"Students should know we are here for them," Wessel said. "A lot has changed recently, but our number one priority is to still help them, either through academic advising or career exploration."
As mayor, Jim Suttle said he is getting things done. And he doesn't plan on stopping.
"That's what we will continue to do in a second term-get more things done," Suttle said.
Suttle is running for a second term against four candidates-Brad Ashford, Dave Nabity, Jean Stothert and Dan Welch.
Based on his performance and health, Suttle planned on serving two terms as mayor from the start,
"Performance has been, I think, great," Suttle said. "And my health has been excellent. We're ready to do a second term."
A class of psychology students at the University of Nebraska Omaha got a rare opportunity to apply their studies to the real world last Thursday, administering depression screenings at two Nebraska Native American reservations.
Because of the low light emanating from a single light source in the room, Bonnie O'Connell's first-floor office could be mistaken for a library or an art museum.