Maverick Food Pantry aims to eliminate hunger at UNO

By Brooke Criswell Online Content Manager More than 200 United States colleges operate food pantries as food insecurity is becoming more evident on campuses. University of...

More than just a photo ID: Students can use MavCARDs a variety of ways

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha have the power to pay for a slice of pizza, receive free tickets to...

DebateWatch proves successful

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR The first DebateWatch event of the semester was held Last Monday. Omaha residents, UNO students and staff gathered in the Milo Bail Student Center...

Roskens, Kayser become new homes on campus

Roskens Hall, the new home to UNO's College of Education, officially opened to students August 8.  The $13.7 million renovation project took a year to complete, beginning August 2010 when the College of Business moved to Mammel Hall at the Pacific Street location.


Omaha police identify UNO student accused of pulling a knife on another student

Omaha police have identified the UNO student suspected of pulling a pocket knife on another student Wednesday at the Criss Library as Leo Labogen,...

Seven Days of Service provides volunteer opportunities

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Office of Civic and Social Responsibility is gearing up for its Seven Days of Service event...

Chancellor Gold provides updates to UNO community in town hall meeting

Charlotte Reilly News Editor Chancellor Jeffrey Gold updated University of Nebraska at Omaha faculty, staff and students on the university budget at a town hall meeting...

Nebraska University Presidential Candidate visits UNO

  By Doug Cunningham, Contributor Dr. George Ross, candidate for University of Nebraska President, visited campus on Nov. 18. While visiting, he participated in a forum...