Former Indiana U. students use class project to start video game company

BLOOMINGTON, Ind. (U-WIRE) - Most class projects die at the end of the semester, never to be heard from again.But for three former Indiana University telecommunications students, a video game they designed for class has turned into a full-time media-design business.


European physicists bring monstrous supercollider to life

CHICAGO (MCT) - Sounds like the premise of a bad sci-fi movie: big-time physics experiment accidentally destroys the Earth. Scientists really don't think that will happen after the Large Hadron Collider fired up at the Swiss-French border on Wednesday, but the fact it's being debated tells you how unprecedented the new device is.


Rendell signs open records law

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. (U-WIRE) - Gov. Ed Rendell signed the Open Records Law Thursday, which will provide more access to Penn State's financial information next year when the bill goes into effect.Rendell believes increased transparency and readily available information will foster more trust in government, said Chuck Ardo, Rendell's press secretary.


Crime Log

Friday, March 2112:11 a.m. While on patrol of Lot 10, Campus Security witnessed suspicious activity and questioned a student regarding their conduct. During the process, a second student arrived and became disorderly. One student was referred for disciplinary action.


Maverick volleyball kicks off season with sweeping results

The former Maverick volleyball players were found dusting themselves off after getting swept by this year's Mavericks in the annual alumni exhibition match two weekends ago. The event, which was won by margins of 34-32, 30-24 and 30-25, provided a definite confidence boost for UNO's volleyball program in this year's first action.