A new “site” to be seen: College of Education debuts new website

The new building provides an impressive visual for all campus visitors, and now, as of last week, their new website provides the same to the world wide web.


Getting that first job in high school can be difficult. Fortunately for some young Omahans, the Service Learning Academy at UNO offers a helping hand.

China’s “floating population” on display at Criss Library

The next time you're in the Criss Library, stop by the Osborne Family Gallery and take a look at Dr. Peter Szto's photography exhibit on display.

New campus photographer advocates through his work

After years of following stories around the state for the Omaha World-Herald, Jeff Beiermann is thankful to be more stationary and more attached to his work. He was hired by UNO in November, replacing long-time photographer Tim Fitzgerald.

Thinking off the grid

It's your first semester at UNO and on a bigger campus. It might be intimidating, especially for those of us whose mode of mobility isn't the usual two feet. For those who use wheels to get around, there is additional stress the first few weeks of college. But if you think creatively and try some unique routes, you might feel a bit more confident during your transition to university life.  

Student Government sees senator changes, passes legislation

Student Government Senators proposed the impeachment of Graduate Student Senator Jeff Wattier at last Thursday's meeting. They did not go through with said impeachment.

Cyclists get new parking on campus

 UNO is in the process of installing 170 new bike racks through Activate Omaha.

Alum’s advanced sculpture class project installed as public art

Charles Fisher's project for his advanced sculpture class turned into something much more.
Fisher's class-designed sculpture was selected to be installed in front of the Scottish Rite Masonic Center, 202 South 20th St.