Speaker gives personal face to transgendered lives

"I am just one voice out of many," said Ryan Sallans during a speech Tuesday afternoon to a packed crowd at the Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom.  "Everybody has a different experience.  I share my story because I'm a person just like anyone else."


Fraternity bounces for a cause

Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR For three days straight, members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity jumped on trampolines and slept in tents for their Bounce-A-Thon event in...

A Broader Biew on Education

The International Studies and Programs department hosted the Fall Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 25 outside the University of Nebraska at Omaha Milo Bail student center.


Adjunct Spotlight: Meet Susan Ogborn the president and CEO of the Food Bank for...

Katie Shaneyfelt CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha has several hidden gems on campus that you might not know about. Take Susan Ogborn. She's the president...

What the holiday season looks like for UNO students who don’t celebrate Christmas

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER I am a white woman who was raised Catholic, who received Care Bears under the tree throughout her childhood, who stopped...

UNO Student Body President: Who is she?

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.
 


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.
 


U.S. Army to ease transgender policy

By Stefan Snijiders, Contributor The U.S. Army may change its policies regarding transgender soldiers, according to a recent news report. USA Today reported the Army discussed policy...