Emergency management program expands

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR The start of the spring semester brought several new degree programs to the University of Nebraska at Omaha, including a certificate for emergency...

University Communications publishes Maverick Weekly

When checking her email, freshman University of Nebraska at Omaha student Kate Sackett was at first confused, and then informed. After reading through her email,...

UNO professor searches for new biofuel sources

Written by Savannah Behrends   Nebraska may be known for something other than corn in the near future, compliments of a new study providing alternative biofuel...

A day in the life of Durango

Elizabeth Stevens CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha’s faithful mascot, Durango, is always there to breathe energy and school spirit into any UNO event. Whether he...

Marathon dance raises funds for AIDS, HIV prevention

UNO seniors Kevin McKenna and Kelly Robinson felt sweat drip down their cheeks as they danced through the early morning hours. In a throng of hundreds of other dancers, the two busted a move in hopes of busting HIV and AIDS. 


New ceremony welcomes class of 2015

When the UNO clock tower strikes noon Aug. 26, it will ring in more than just the lunch hour. Inside the Sapp Fieldhouse, new freshmen will be gathered for the first annual Freshman Convocation. Taking place at the end of UNO's Welcome Week, the Freshman Convocation serves as a way for the new students on campus to be honored in their own way.

 


UNO to host solar eclipse viewing

Danielle Meadows SENIOR STAFF WRITER When Mavericks return to campus for the first day of the fall semester, there will be more to look forward to...

Missouri River rehabilitation offers opportunities for UNO grads

Idealistic UNO graduates may find employment opportunities for creating a healthier natural environment closer than expected.