Battles on Ice

The sport of hockey was built upon the frozen lakes and ponds of the Canadian countryside in the late 19th century.  Canadians, searching for an identity to define their new nation, latched on to a primitive form of lacrosse played by the native peoples of their land.
The game eventually evolved into hockey, and gave Canadians something that was uniquely theirs.  It was a game meant to capture the harsh realities of settling on the frozen landscape of a new and untamed land.
 


CenturyLink hosts final hockey game, leaves Maverick fans closer than ever

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor It was a bittersweet ending to the CenturyLink era for the UNO Mavericks. What was a disappointing end to the season could not...

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Jared Kennedy EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The University of Nebraska at Omaha men’s basketball team played its first top-10 ranked team of their Division I tenure last week. The...

Paying homage to one of the greats: Marlin Briscoe statue unveiled on campus

Andrew Nelson REPORTER The University of Nebraska at Omaha unveiled a statue at its Baxter Arena to honor a campus legend, Marlin “The Magician” Briscoe. The...