Spirit of compassion key part of 9/11 Remembrance Day

Tragedies are remembered and paid tribute to in many different ways

Combined experience in business, government will help candidate in mayoral race, position

Dan Welch thinks Omaha can do better.
With rising property taxes and wheel taxes, and new restaurant taxes and occupation taxes, Welch said it's more difficult to do business with the city of Omaha.

Might as well JUMP!

For most college students, the days of bouncing on trampolines are long behind them.  However, the University of Nebraska at Omaha's chapter of Lambda Chi Alpha brought back the trampolines in a big way.

A project by people, to candidates

NET, Nebraska Educational Telecommunications, has partnered with the the Nebraska Library Commission for "Campaign Connection 2012:

When it comes to losing weight, revist the basics

"Only 100 calories."
"Take one a day, and you'll drop 20 pounds the first week."
"Just shake it on every meal, and you'll lose weight every day."
"One a day, and your body won't absorb any more fat."

Safety walk to improve campus

Five students attended a Safety Walk that started at Milo Bail Student Center (MBSC) on Oct. 4. The walk was organized by Student Government and led by College of Public Affairs and Community Service Student Senator, Kyle Broich.

Fire occurs in University Villiage last week

A fire occurred at a dorm in University Village on the University of Nebraska at Omaha's campus on Tuesday, Oct. 22.

Women’s Fund partners with UNO to present screening of ‘Miss Representation’

In preparation of it's annual fall Luncheon, the Women's Fund of Omaha held a special screening of it's featured film, "Miss Representation," last Wednesday evening at the UNO Strauss Performing Art Center.