On Thursday, February 9, students and faculty alike joined in the CPACS common area to learn a little more about how stress affects their lives. The presentation, titled "Stress Management: Managing life, work and family expo," was led by Cathy Pettid, M.S., LMHP of the UNO Counseling Center.
A crowd of students gathered in Milo Bail Student Center's fireplace lounge on Tuesday, each hoping to receive one of 400 free Metro bus passes. MavRide, a student government program championed by Student Senator Gerard Wellman, was distributing the passes on a first come, first served basis between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m.
Crime log 2/10/11.
This Monday, February 14, UNO students will learn not only the dangers of breaking hearts, but of breaking the bank as well.
UNO's annual Black History Month celebrations commence Wednesday, Feb. 9. The kick-off event, 7 to 10 p.m. in (CPACS) College of Public Affairs and Community Service, begins with a showing of Chris Rock's film "Good Hair" followed by a discussion and free food.
Millard South Principal Curtis Case returned to his position as head of the school on Jan. 31. Just 26 days after being shot by student Robert Butler a few feet away from his desk, Case is returning to work for several hours each day as he recovers.
In the wake of blizzard winds and drifting snow, Tuesday's MavRide kickoff event has been postponed to Tuesday, Feb. 8.
Last weekend, the Old Market's Urban Storage facility had fewer vacant units than usual. The massive warehouse on the southeast corner of 13th and Leavenworth played host to more than 75 artists and performers for a two-part exhibition appropriately titled Science Fair.