VIDEO: Conceal and Carry Permits

Jamie Schmitz Contributor A bill was presented to the legislature last month that would protect those from out of state that have a conceal and carry...

Necessary drugs are the new playthings of the rich

Derek Munyon Arts & Entertainment Editor What do you get when you mix a 33-year-old former hedge fund manager, a 62-year-old out-of-patent drug and a complete...

‘Sober Indian/Dangerous Indian’: touching on a Native stereotype

Caleb Foote Contributor University of Nebraska at Omaha students and Nebraska residents witnessed the suffering of Nebraska Native Americans’ battle with alcoholism during a showing of the documentary, “Sober Indian I Dangerous...

De-Stress Fest allows students to take a break during finals

By Kelly Langin, Contributor Various campus organizations teamed up with Student Activities to create De-Stress Fest, a week-long event during Dead Week filled with free...

Campus Recreation yoga program helps to fight negative effects of mental illness

Kamrin Baker Online Reporter Room 239 in the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s rec center, HPER (Health, Physical Education and Recreation) building, is spotless. As soon...

College of Education to celebrate Veteran’s Day

The College of Education plans to celebrate Veteran's Day with several events.


UNO recognizes outstanding students

UNO recognized the accomplishments of outstanding faculty and students last week, during its annual Honors Convocation events.


Three Days of Service aids flood-damaged area, builds sense of community in students

When environmental disasters strike, an overwhelming amount of aid is often needed to get victims back on their feet.

Omaha and several adjacent areas experienced flood damage from an over-filled Missouri River this summer, and there is still plenty of a mess to clean up.  This year's Three Days of Service work retreat focused on aiding flooded areas.