Neb. growth rates decrease, lower UNO enrollment

Neb. and Iowa growth rates are reportedly at the lowest in years, according to several reports conducted by David Drozd, research coordinator for UNO Center for Public Affairs. According to a CBS report regarding the study, Nebraska's growth rate fell below the national average after exceeding the growing trend in past years. The  drop comes from data reporting  amount of births, deaths and number of migrations around these states. 


University Communications publishes Maverick Weekly

When checking her email, freshman University of Nebraska at Omaha student Kate Sackett was at first confused, and then informed. After reading through her email,...

Student’s empathy study may help caregivers

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha senior and neuroscience major Abi Heller has been a part of a research team that, for three...

Prepare for the solar eclipse with educational talks this weekend

The staff of UNO's Mallory Kountze Planetarium will host two talks this weekend to prepare the public for the upcoming solar eclipse. The "Prepare for the Solar Eclipse"...

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DACA demonstration destroyed on campus

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR Two University of Nebraska at Omaha sophomores showed support for DACA students despite dissidents within their own community. Renata Valquier Chavez and Caelyn Armshaw...

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Omaha fitness center to hold fundraiser for autism awareness Body Masters, an Omaha fitness center, will hold hour-long boot camp sessions on Saturday, May 2 to benefit Autism awareness...

UNO Outdoor Venture Center

Tierra Sharae CONTRIBUTOR Every Thursday this month, the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Outdoor Venture Center (OVC) is hosting a slackline and hammock hangout in Elmwood...