International Business Times names Omaha most dangerous city for black males as murder of...

Written by Kiki Moore An article published by the International Business Times reported that Omaha is the most dangerous place in America for black males....

African terror becomes visible to UNO community

Students and community members anxious to learn more about the organization Invisible Children left the MBSC Ballroom April 13 with knowledge of a conflict completely foreign to U.S. soil.


Neuroscience student selected for Munich Brain Course

By Nathan Stephenson, Contributor University of Nebraska at Omaha student Shauna Kister will travel to Munich, Germany in March to attend an exclusive, international neuroscience conference. Kister, a junior neuroscience...

UNO professor to go on research fellowship in Greece

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Dr. Nicholas Stergiou is going on a research fellowship to Greece to study human movement variability, but what he first became interested...

Spenner’s story draws national attentin through social media

1,143 retweets later, Sami Spenner has the nations attention. After writing an article about her story on how the NCAA will not let her...

UNO panel discusses changes in Egypt

A young college graduate faces the world with optimism only to be stonewalled by the harsh reality of a tough job market.  Months go by with no prospects in their field.  Five years later and still no work.  This is the economic and social frustration that led an entire country to start a movement based not on political affiliations, but a need for change in Egypt.


International Studies offices to host second Study Abroad Fair

By Stefan Snijders, Contributor The International Studies offices will host a Study Abroad Fair onJan. 28 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.in Criss Library. It will...

Ebola-infected doctor treated at UNMC

By Nithya Rajagopalan, Copy Editor ​On Aug. 5, the third American victim of the Ebola virus arrived at the University of Nebraska Medical Center in...