Research and Creativity Fair Coming to UNO

Bryan Rutan CONTRIBUTOR An event scheduled for next month is giving students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha an opportunity to showcase their research and...

Fraternity bounces for a cause

Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR For three days straight, members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity jumped on trampolines and slept in tents for their Bounce-A-Thon event in...

Scott Conference Center to house Nebraska Center for Preparedness Education’s 13th symposia in June

The Nebraska Center for Preparedness Education will host its 13th Annual Preparedness Symposium Series in April, May and June in six Nebraska cities. UNO's Scott...

TEDxUNO speakers announced, tickets on sale

This spring the University of Nebraska at Omaha will host another TED Talk series. Ted Talks were created as a means of fostering a culture...

QueerFaith challenges faith stereotypes: Series stands as resource for LGBTQIA+

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR On Thursday at 7 p.m., Urban Abbey will host its second in a series of QueerFaith on Campus events, which aim to...

What the holiday season looks like for UNO students who don’t celebrate Christmas

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER I am a white woman who was raised Catholic, who received Care Bears under the tree throughout her childhood, who stopped...

Voices of Survival: Event draws attention to past atrocities, encourages change

Sophie Clark CONTRIBUTOR Dieudonne Manirakiza, a refugee from Burundi, helps Kitty Williams, a Holocaust and Auschwitz survivor, onto the stage. Fatima, a Syrian refugee, follows closely...

10 things to know about Spring Break in Omaha, Neb.

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Ideas for this article were originally published by Fresh U. Many University of Nebraska at Omaha students are Omaha-natives and have grown...