On Feb. 20, Dr. Rory Conces and Dr. Paul Williams of the Religion and Philosophy department moderated a small discussion on how religion and politics work together or, in some cases, against each other.
New social media pages, UNO Crushes and UNO Confessions, have become campus "Gossip Girls."
Creighton student Eric Juszyk rallied in support of city council's Ben Gray's introduced Equal Employment ordinance on March 3. The rally began at 11:30 at the top of Memorial Park as supporters marched to the bridge over Dodge Street. UNO as well as Creighton students were present. Passers-by in favor of the message promoting equality showed their support by honking and giving thumbs-ups, resulting in a positive response for the rally.
It isn't every day you hear the the words planning and politics used together seriously. However, after 40 years devoted to community engagement, the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) is now researching policy for the Nebraska state legislature to help address the future and plan for it.
With FAFSA submissions due by the beginning of April, students are in the middle of financial aid season. Some may be unaware that if they have taken out a private loan, it can haunt their loved ones even after an untimely death.
Recent University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate Ryan Cook has spent his summer applying his accounting degree.