Annual Study Abroad Fair encourages students to explore

Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR Ever wanted to study abroad in a different country? This may be the perfect opportunity to do so, as UNO hosted its biannual...

Economic development official visits NU

U.S. Assistant Secretary of Economic Development John Fernandez gave a lecture Nov. 23 on the University of Nebraska's contribution to national innovation and entrepreneurship at the Embassy Suites in LaVista. More than 100 people from private and public sectors, including state politicians and members of the NU system, attended. 


Anna’s best friend: the miraculous story of a Houston rescue pup

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER According to a quick Google search for the name “Balto,” the word found its meaning in the definitions “bold” and “brave,”...

On campus last week

DISCLAIMER. THE TOPICS AND ISSUES COVERED IN THIS EDITION ARE NOT REAL NEWS. ... HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY. Monday, March 27 9:05 a.m. Public Safety was called...

ACDC gives students major advice

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Academic and Career Development Center (ACDC) helps students determine what field of study will help them...

Arts and Sciences Hall will be internally renovated starting in July

By Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR The NU Board of Regents approved a $12 million project on Thursday that will renovate the inside of Arts and Sciences...

Beat the Pack program helps smokers quit

UNO Wellness is offering a new program to help smokers kick the habit. The Beat the Pack program will be offered twice a semester and is open to UNO students, faculty and staff.


Sculptures create inviting atmosphere

At the south entrance to Mammel Hall visitors, students and faculty are greeted by one of Jun Kaneko's massive sculptures. The piece is a bronze head with tabs projecting out of its sides. Gina Barrett, a visitor to Mammel Hall, stopped to take a second glance at the bronze head sculpture,
eyeing the statue with her right hand on her hip.