Chancellor Gold to hold campus forum

Chancellor Jeffrey Gold will be holding an open campus forum from 12:30 - 1:30 pm in the Milo Bail Student Center ballroom. Members of the...

Students elect O’Connor/Harrell in substantial turnout

UNO voters took to the polls March 8, electing junior political science major Liz O'Connor as UNO student body president/regent and her running mate, senior sociology and political science major Bret Harrell, as vice president.  The duo defeated opponents Ryan Tefft, a senior geology major, and Eric Hansen, a senior accounting major, by a 727 to 326 margin.


Affordable, comfortable living at Scott Court

Scott Court features many amenities: wireless internet, basic cable, local phone service, recycling, electricity, sewer, gas and possible weekly housekeeping in individual suites. The resident halls also have secured access for both the building and parking area, as well as paid utilities.


Local boutique hosts its second annual menstrual product drive

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Neighboring businesses in the Dundee neighborhood call it “the wall of tampons,” but Hello Holiday co-owner Megan Hunt calls it her...

Eureka! program expanding young women’s minds, introducing them to the world of math and...

 

A group of 28 young women are spending the month of June at UNO  as they are getting a chance to discover science, technology, engineering, and mathematics or (STEM) for short, mixed in with self discovery and fitness training, through a program called Eureka! funded by Girls Inc.


Meet your Student Body President

  Jared Kennedy NEWS EDITOR Every college campus with a student government has a student body president. Think that is just a figurehead gig that doesn’t really...

Work on $13M Catholic center near UNO expected to start

The Archdiocese of Omaha will soon begin construction on its St. John Paul II Newman Center adjacent to the University of Nebraska at Omaha's...

UNO professor to go on research fellowship in Greece

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Dr. Nicholas Stergiou is going on a research fellowship to Greece to study human movement variability, but what he first became interested...