UNO diversity numbers continue to grow

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha is growing in numbers of underrepresented and first-generation college students. Last year’s numbers of incoming underrepresented freshmen students...

Dreamer’s Pathway scholarship still offered at UNO

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR The Dreamer’s Pathway Scholarship will still be offered at the University of Nebraska at Omaha despite the uncertain fate of DACA. There are no...

Many students are unaware of security name changes

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR Two years after UNO Security Department changed its name to the UNO Department of Public Safety, students are still unaware. “I don’t think people...

DACA demonstration destroyed on campus

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR Two University of Nebraska at Omaha sophomores showed support for DACA students despite dissidents within their own community. Renata Valquier Chavez and Caelyn Armshaw...

UNO, UNMC strive for efficient collaborations between campuses

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha and University of Nebraska Medical Center Chancellor Jeffrey Gold announced a five-prong plan to create an efficient...

Students voice their opinions on free speech ball

Ethan Free CONTRIBUTOR “Speech Ball! Come write on the Speech Ball!” Young Americans for Freedom members called as they rolled around a giant beach ball and...

DACA’s affect on UNO “Dreamers”

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR In the face of the possible impending termination of DACA, NU President Hank Bounds released a statement Sept. 5, 2017 in support of...

Students worry UNO alert systems lack timeliness

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha students expressed concern to the Department of Public Safety after receiving alerts of sexual assault and indecent exposure...