Glass recycling available at MBSC throughout February

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR In an effort to help the University of Nebraska at Omaha become more environmentally friendly, glass recycling will be available at the Milo...

UNO, Kabul University learning new methods of journalism, communication

On the surface, Kabul University (KU) may not seem to have much in common with UNO. But they have had a relationship since 1976. It has only been rekindled as the Taliban's control of Afghanistan lessened in 2001.


“I Love NU” Advocacy Day provides a chance to show support

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR Supporters of the University of Nebraska system have the opportunity to join together at the Nebraska Capitol for "I Love NU" Advocacy Day...

TLC helps UNO students navigate college

McKenzy Parsons CONTRIBUTOR The Thompson Learning Community (TLC) is a resource that gives students the financial support they need through the Susan T. Buffett Foundation Scholarship. TLC’s...

Student government sets UNO on path to becoming smoke-free

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska atOmaha may be closer to becoming a smoke-free campus, according to a release from University Communications. On Feb. 25,...

Professor’s passion inspires his students

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Astronomy professor Charles St Lucas combines his two passions—astronomy and music—to teach University of Nebraska at Omaha students about space and to...

Senior BFA exhibit to close out semester in Weber gallery

Crisp design, towering symbolism and haunting imagery occupy the gallery space at the Weber Fine Arts building in the final exhibition of the fall 2011 semester. The exhibition is a showcase of the thesis projects of six Bachelor of Fine Arts students.


2016 YP Summit: Young professionals learn about success

Hannah Delzell CONTRIBUTOR Discover, chart and engage. These three words were the foundation for the 2016 Young Professionals Summit. The YP Summit is a conference in...