Syrian-American student feels affects from travel bans

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR While most Omaha residents go to the Lauritzen Gardens or the Old Market for a romantic weekend getaway, Deena Keilany finds them to...

First generation student finds success at UNO

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR Life in college seems straightforward to most. Students choose a major, select classes and pay for them either with their own money or...

UNO Service Learning Workshop promotes female politicians

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR The Thompson Alumni Center on the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Dodge Campus was full of women from all different backgrounds on Oct....

Play Lab challenges UNO early childhood students to engage

Andalamia Ahmed-Manakdan CONTRIBUTOR The UNO College of Education invited the public to join them in celebrating the grand opening of the Teacher Education Play Lab at...

“Haunted Heartland” sends fright to Halloween night

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s student radio station MavRadio is gearing up for their fifth annual “Haunted Heartland” broadcast, which airs from...

New Shotokan Karate club builds members spiritual and physical lives

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The Shotokan Karate Club held its first class at the School of Health and Kinesiology on Oct. 20. The new club is being held...

UNO waste program to collect hard-to-recycle plastics

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha in collaboration with Hefty just made it easier to reduce waste, one orange bag at a time. The...

UNO staff assistant fulfills American Dream

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Parwin Ibrahimi, a staff assistant for the UNO School of Communication, arrived in Omaha with $250 in her pocket and an 11-month-old...