The current flu season: what it is and what to do

Liam Al-Hindi CONTRIBUTOR On Jan. 15, Nebraska’s Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) expressed concern that the state is experiencing a “Severe Flu Season,” stated...

Candice Batton to serve as Coordinator for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion

Grant Rohan  NEWS EDITOR On Jan. 1, UNO announced that Candice Batton, Ph.D., will now serve as the Coordinator for Diversity, Equity and Inclusion for faculty. This...

Durango Discounts offers campus community deals with local businesses

Grant Rohan  NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha and dozens of local businesses have partnered to launch Durango Discounts, a program designed to offer...

UNO’s Online courses among best in nation, according to U.S. and World News reports

Jared Barton CONTRIBUTOR  2020 marks the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s fourth year in the list of the top five online degree programs. Specifically, the title...

U.S. Census Bureau looks to hire Nebraskans for April census data collection

Jimmy Carroll CONTRIBUTOR  The 2020 Nebraska census is coming in April, and the U.S. Census Bureau is looking to recruit Nebraskans to help the process, making...

Safe Space training promotes inclusion and empathy on campus

Liam Al-Hindi CONTRIBUTOR  Jessi Hitchins, Ph.D, defines a safe space as “A place that people can have that will allow for a multitude of thoughts, ideas,...

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...