What to do when zombies attack

Zombies are not real.
That was the first thing Dr. Shawn Gibbs made clear during his lecture before a crowd of University of Nebraska Medical Center students and faculty. If by chance the possibility of a zombie outbreak becomes real, Gibbs prepared a thorough presentation to help prepare.

New resolution makes senator office hours mandatory

The Student Senate approved a resolution Thursday requiring senators to spend mandatory office hours in the Student Government office, which will allow students more opportunities to speak with their representatives.

UNO’s largest incoming undergraduate class, enrollment increase part of ‘something special’

Chancellor John Christensen and fellow university administrators set a lofty goal in 2011: Get UNO enrollment to 20,000 by the year 2020.

First Data uses UNO as a pipeline for interns, looks to expand opportunities for...

By Stefan Snijders, Contributor If current and future developments are any indicator, First Data wants University of Nebraska at Omaha students to see them as a desirable destination for...

Dr. Jack Heidel, chair of UNO Math department running against Lee Terry

"I'm Jack Heidel.  I'm running for Congress in the Republican primary.  My platform is to eliminate the deficit and the incumbent, Lee Terry, is not doing anything about it." A fiscally conservative candidate, Heidel incorporated a touch of humor to his stance, alluding to the sarcasm of obvious conventions he must follow to represent his campaign.

Stedman’s Café: Business students brew up experience

Cassie Wade CONTRIBUTOR The grand opening of Stedman’s Café in the College of Business Administration’s Mammel Hall provides University of Nebraska at Omaha students with more...

Aviation Institute wins award tied to history

UNO's Aviation Institute landed the prestigious Loening Trophy Thursday, Aug. 23.