MAVster Mash raises money for studio updates

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.


B-Cycle program returns to campus

The B-Cycle system made its return to campus on March 1 for its first full season in Omaha after last year's launch.


Emergency Management program exceeded expectations

Under the leadership of professor Patrick O'Neil, the Emergency Management program has exceeded expectations in student enrollment.


VIDEO: Omahans share why President Obama’s visit was important to them

Omahans and UNO students share why it was important to see President Obama speak at Baxter Arena on Wednesday in this 58-second clip. Video...

University faculty honored for research, teaching and engagement

University of Nebraska President James B. Milliken has announced the 2011 winners of the university's most esteemed awards for research, teaching and engagement. These awards recognize faculty whose work made a strong impact on students, the university and the state, said Milliken.


The Pizza Shoppe Collective to host Toons & Brews

The Benson Theatre Project will be hosting a special Toons & Brews event on Feb. 22 at the Pizza Shoppe Collective in Benson.  
Toons & Brews will feature works by artist Jeff Koterba, beer tastings provided by New Belgium Brewing and food from The Pizza Shoppe.
The exhibit will open at 7pm, and Koterba will be giving a talk at 8pm.
 


‘Sober Indian/Dangerous Indian’: touching on a Native stereotype

Caleb Foote Contributor University of Nebraska at Omaha students and Nebraska residents witnessed the suffering of Nebraska Native Americans’ battle with alcoholism during a showing of the documentary, “Sober Indian I Dangerous...

Long time campus security official Paul Kosel retires

By Trent Ostrom CONTRIBUTOR It takes a mastermind to maintain the chaos that can occur on your average college campus. The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s...