UNO Cardboard Club: a laid-back escape from class

Megan Henderson holds her ‘Clue’ cards close as she reaches for the dice next to Rachel Braider.

Black History Month events begin Feb. 9

UNO's annual Black History Month celebrations commence Wednesday, Feb. 9. The kick-off event, 7 to 10 p.m. in (CPACS) College of Public Affairs and Community Service, begins with a showing of Chris Rock's film "Good Hair" followed by a discussion and free food.


Fiscal deficit: Difficult cuts to an already lean University of Nebraska budget

Jarred Kennedy EDITOR-IN-CHIEF As the Nebraska University system budget deficit and impending cuts loom over-head, students and faculty can do little more than wait and see...

A day in the life of Durango

Elizabeth Stevens CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha’s faithful mascot, Durango, is always there to breathe energy and school spirit into any UNO event. Whether he...

CPACS now offering a degree in emergency management

Beginning in the Fall 2012 semester, the College of Public Affairs and Community Service (CPACS) will offer a new bachelor of science degree in Emergency Management. According to Professor Patrick O'Neil, the program was developed over a two-year period by UNO professors in various departments.    
 


Student group campaigns to create a smoke free UNO

Smoke Free UNO is kicking “butts” and taking names—literally. This campaign to make the University of Nebraska at Omaha a smoke free campus has...

Joe Iwen: Keeping UNO Beautiful

Alec White CONTRIBUTOR People love to say don’t judge a book by its cover, but Joe Iwen knows better. As a groundskeeper for the University of Nebraska...

UNO economics professor testified land values will be hurt by the Keystone XL Pipeline

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha Economics Professor Michael O’Hara testified that the Keystone XL Pipeline would lower land values at the Nebraska...