First-generation student plans to start organization to help others

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha senior Tishara Wardlow’s path through college hasn’t been linear, but will help her achieve her goal of...

More than 100 colleges, trade schools to attend college fair at UNO

College-bound students will get a chance to visit with representatives from more than 100 colleges during the Omaha Area College Fair on Sunday from...

UNO Chancellor John Christensen announces he is stepping down

Photo courtesy UNO Communications JARED KENNEDY EDITOR IN CHIEF SOPHIE FORD MANAGING EDITOR After serving for 10 years at University of Nebraska at Omaha, Chancellor John Christensen has announced he...

“Sojourner experiences” give student passion for cycling

Riding a bike is like being at the zoo. At least, that's what it feels like for Wyatt Stebbins. 


The roots of Roskens Hall

While they may attend classes, do their homework and study with classmates there, few students know Roskens Hall's history. 


World-renowned BMX rider makes pit stop at UNO

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor On Thursday, the maverick monument in front of HPER wasn’t the only bull on campus. Bicycle Motor-Cross (BMX) Rider Terry...

New mode of transportation opens up for UNO students

Starting Tuesday, Feb. 1, students will be able to take a new form of transportation to and from the University of Nebraska-Omaha at no cost. The Omaha Metro bus system has partnered with UNO to provide 400 free student bus passes for the Spring 2011 semester.


UNO student overcomes hearing disability, becomes leader on campus

Despite the biting hard air and the frosted, icy cement sleeked across the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s campus, Datrell Morgan leisurely walks to...