UNO students share how the flood made an impact

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR Spring break is a time students look forward to, to put aside classwork and unwind for a week. However, natural disasters are unexpected...

Nebraska: not always a flyover state

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Many people consider Nebraska a flyover state, but the Sandhill cranes prove it’s the perfect landing spot. Every year, about half a million...

Omaha Men’s Soccer Helps Support Flood Relief

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR The spring season is usually a time when college soccer teams are expected to work on building team fitness and improving skill...

Omaha’s Athletic Training celebrates National Athletic Training month

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR UNO athletic training department celebrates national athletic training month The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Athletic Training celebrates National Athletic Training in March with...

Potholes deprive residents of “good time”

Charlotte Reilly   Will Patterson News Editor       OpinionEditor https://youtu.be/gTbKbfRoAT8

Aksarben Cinema Hosts 2019 Omaha Film Festival

Bryan Vomacka CONTRIBUTOR The 2019 Omaha Film Festival took place at Aksarben Cinema from March 5-10. The festival is in its 14th year of celebrating independent...

Self-defense workshops help the UNO community stay safe

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska-Omaha Campus Recreation has partnered with 4 Horsemen Security to create self-defense workshops so participants have a fighting chance in...

UNO Athletic Training Program Changing Course for Undergraduates Next Year

Elle Love CONTRIBUTOR The UNO Athletic Training Program is phasing out the undergraduate program next year. The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) committee decided...