Homecoming to offer fun, games, for a cause

By Tressa Eckermann, Contributor Changes are coming to homecoming at the University of Nebraska at Omaha this year. Those running for royalty are now not...

UNO hosts technology workshop in Oman

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR UNO’s International Professional Development (IPD) program held a series of “teaching with technology” workshops at Dhofar University in Salalah, Oman during late September...

Debate Watch brings full house

Hundreds of students filled the lecture hall at the College of Public Affairs and Community Service building on Oct. 3, anxious to watch the first of three presidential debates. 


UNO pancake feed brings it all

The UNO campus was busier than usual with the Fourth Annual National Student Speech Language Hearing Association Pancake Feed taking place. Anxiously anticipating a pancake and sausage dinner, Omaha residents lined up in the UNO Alumni Center to be part of the event put on by the UNO chapter of the NSSLHA.


Human Rights Watch founder questions mission

Publisher and Human R ights Watch founder Robert Bernstein presented his lecture "Are Human Rights Organizations Helping or Hurting Relations Between Israel, Palestine and the Arabs?" on Nov. 10 at UNO's Thompson Alumni Center.


Coffee shop coming to UNO’s backyard

By Brooke Criswell, Contributor A new local coffee shop is filling up another tenant in the Aksarben Village area. Owners Martha Barbour and Dave Barbour have wanted to open...

UNO sets sustainability record

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s sustainability effort was recognized this year when it placed in the Sierra Club Magazine’s 2017 “Cool Schools”...