Jean Stothert could make history in the city of Omaha this May.
If elected, Stothert would be the city's first female mayor. While she said that's an honor, she won't run on her gender.
As the semester marches on towards midterms, many students are focused on particular goals. Here, a few Mavs share their thoughts with the Gateway about what they are looking forward to during the Spring 2012 semester.
Given junior Jennifer Short's upbringing, it seems unusual that she joined the military.
UNO Health Services will hold a flu shot open house on Thursday, Sept. 27 from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m. at its office located in HPER 102.
While most people running for office unopposed would just take it easy and wait until the election, Martha Spangler and Ben Kaipust see it as a challenge.
"Since we are in the unique position of running unopposed, we can't just tell everyone what we want to do for them," said Kaipust, vice-president on the ticket. "So, we really want to go out and campaign and listen to suggestions."
The UNO Criss Library is currently hosting an exhibit by photographer Ophir Palmon. The exhibit, "Future, Beware!," is a collection of images taken as part of a larger project to examine the Holocaust through the eyes of Jewish-American teens. UNO and the Council for Holocaust and Genocide Studies are sponsoring the exhibit.