Unidentified aircraft over Midwest under investigation by FAA

Jared Barton  CONTRIBUTOR  Nebraska authorities are following up on reports of drones flying over the state at night. The drones are estimated to be roughly six feet...

Sofra Creperie in Aksarben to donate $1 to Lolo’s Angels for every crepe sold

Jimmy Carroll  CONTRIBUTOR  Lolo’s Angels, Inc. and Sofra Creperie in Aksarben have teamed up for a great cause. From Jan. 13-19, Sofra Creperie will donate $1...

Campus community members “Commit to Fit”

Grant Rohan  NEWS EDITOR  A new year brings about new resolutions, opportunities and the chance to begin a new, healthy lifestyle. This is what many UNO...

UNO partners with Conservation Fusion in biodiversity education goals

Jacob Thimjon CONTRIBUTOR A campfire sits next to a building painted with a light-blue exterior with red, purple and yellow paper lanterns hanging in the windows...

UNO alumna turned teacher plans 19th Amendment celebration

Maddie Robertson CONTRIBUTOR On Aug. 18, 2020, the 19th Amendment, which granted women the right to vote, is turning 100—and Marian High School English teacher Susie...

Secret Kindness Agents spread love across UNO—and beyond

Brooke Berube CONTRIBUTOR After the Sandy Hook Elementary school shooting in 2012, many across the United States were devastated. Dr. Ferial Pearson, a professor at the...

Pro-Impeachment supporters hold a “No One is Above The Law” rally at Turner Park

Elle Love ONLINE REPORTER Chilly, winter weather did not stop a group of Nebraskans from coming together on Dec. 17 at Turner Park to demand the...

UNO student pursues sustainable clothing business

Gary Storey CONTRIBUTOR An entrepreneurial University of Nebraska at Omaha student finds herself at the forefront of a new business venture. Cait Morrissey, a UNO...