UNO graduation and retention rates on the rise

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s retention and graduation rates have been steadily rising over the years due to improved investment in student...

Student finds new mode of transportation

The last time Jolene Holland rode a bike was when she was a child. When she outgrew bike riding, her bike got buried away in the garage.


Suicide prevention: how UNO helps

By Megan DeBoer CONTRIBUTOR Across the nation, millions recognize September as Suicide Prevention Awareness Month and the University of Nebraska at Omaha is no exception. UNO’s student-led...

UNO aviation professor earns national recognition

Gregory Staskiewicz CONTRIBUTOR Rebecca Lutte, an assistant professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Aviation Institute, was honored with the V.L. Laursen Award for Outstanding...

UNO Spring Break Video: Seven Days of Service

https://youtu.be/qSklYOL8vDc Alex Abler The Omaha News Many students enjoy taking every single day off over their break. Whether that is taking a vacation to Florida or Colorado...

UNO moves to Division I

The University of Nebraska Board of Regents voted unanimously March 25 to accept UNO's invitation to join the Summit League, moving the University to Division I athletics.


Holiday gone wrong

The holidays are a time to shovel mounds of sugary sweets into mouths, a time of mega-stores making mega-bucks off children's Christmas lists and a time of airports being backed up until the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve. But perhaps nothing defines the holiday season more than stories of poor traveling conditions. Here are five stories about holiday travel gone wrong: