Seven @MeanStreetsOMA members disband after moral disagreements with founder

By Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR Early Tuesday afternoon, local Omaha Twitter feeds were abuzz with drama coming from the once-powerful independent news outlet, Mean Streets Omaha...

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Tiny car racing helps beat winter blues

As winter drags on in Omaha, we have to find a way to entertain ourselves and beat the cold weather blues. The Tiny Car Racing Association offers this relief weekly at The Waiting Room in Benson.


Student group combats hunger in Omaha

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR Students Against Hunger at the University of Nebraska at Omaha is kicking off their food pack program where they provide a recipe and...

8 things to do in Omaha for students on a budget

Ashley O’Hara Contributor Being a college student on a tight budget during the summer can lead to boredom. If you stay in Omaha this summer, you...

UNO hosts Omaha Ambassadors Forum

Mitch Lienemann CONTRIBUTOR The Omaha Ambassadors Forum took place at the Thompson Alumni Center on Wednesday. The forum featured a discussion panel of four former U.S....

James Freeman speaks on civil rights

International Studies and Programs presented James Freeman (director of multicultural affairs at UNO) for Conversational and Culture Hour on Jan. 24. CC hour is a weekly program that gives international students the opportunity to practice English and interact with Americans.
In honor of Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Mr. Freeman spoke about the Civil Rights movement and his personal experiences. In the MBSC Dodge room, there was a good crowd attending, with people of every different race, age and gender.
Freeman's experiences were captivating. Freeman was very happy to see so many diverse people at UNO.
 


The vibrant tradition of Benson First Friday

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