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Holocaust survivor and Nebraska resident publishes memoir  Holocaust survivor and long-timeNebraska resident, Bea Karp, is sharing her story via print for the first time. My Broken Doll:...

UNO hosts its first TEDx event

By Eugene Kim, Contributor The inaugural TEDxUNO conference was held at the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Strauss Performing Arts Center to a sold-out audience on Feb....

BREAKING: Sigma Phi Epsilon closes Nebraska Beta chapter at UNO

Kamrin Baker EDITOR IN CHIEF This is a developing story. It was last updated at 10 a.m. on Oct. 4, 2019. The national office of Sigma Phi...

Rain or shine, professor rides bike to and from campus

Dr. Bruce Johansen, 62, hasn't driven a car in more than 10 years.


UNO and Northwest high school team up to fight discrimination

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor As the 13th anniversary of the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks approaches, the University of Nebraska at Omaha is preparing...

UnOrthodox series returns

Has anyone with a keen interest in the romantic poetry of John Keats ever thought of relating the philosophies of the poems to Einstein's quantum theory? Conversely, has anyone pursuing the scholarly journey of physics through probability theory, quantum mechanics and the supreme mathematical reality of science ever consider embracing the poetic reality of literature?


Fraternity chapter’s overnight fundraiser ‘getting bigger’

When the sun sets and night time lingers, most people in Omaha are able to rest easy and securely in the safety of their homes. However, many homeless people don't have such a luxury. For the last seven years the Phi Beta Sigma Nebraska chapter has been putting in overnight hours on the street to raise awareness, money and funds for Omaha's needy.


UNO alumna wins big with her love of science

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR Lacy West, a science teacher at Missouri Valley Middle School and a graduate of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), thought she...