Times Are “Ruff”: Three ways a new pet could improve your life

Owen Rush CONTRIBUTOR It is a dog eat dog world out there, or cat or whatever pet you decide. Life can be “ruff” if you do...

UNO Libraries makes issues of Afghan newspaper Kārawān freely available online

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR As of Sept. 4, UNO Libraries made issues of the Afghan newspaper Kārawān freely available online for students and staff to access...

Men’s Basketball player Nathan Brusseau looking to bounce back from injury

Lexy Schulte CONTRIBUTOR Freshman year of college can be tough for anyone, but for student-athlete Nathan Brusseau, a season filled with injuries made for quite the...

Art improves our communities and our mental health

Hannah Michelle Bussa CONTRIBUTOR “Art has always brought folks together,” said Caitlin Little of Benson First Friday (BFF) Omaha. However, unlike most states, Nebraska did not have...

Omaha Metro staff prepares for ORBT launch

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR Ahead of the planned opening of ORBT, Omaha’s first rapid transit system, Metro bus drivers are hard at work to train and...

How UNO athletics has been maintaining its forward momentum

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR Compare UNO athletics in 2011 and UNO athletics now. The two are almost unrecognizable. Since making the decision to jump to Division I...

How UNO students have adapted to online learning in the face of COVID-19

Regan Thomas CONTRIBUTOR Back to school means back to classes, homework and projects—but  this year looks a bit different from the past, as some UNO classes...

Artists @ Home: How freelance artist Yasmine Sayre uses quarantine to improve her craft

Makayla Roumph A&E EDITOR Like many others, the music industry is suffering from the pandemic, with cancelled shows and merchandise collecting dust. So are the artists,...