University Hosts Walk in the U.S., Talk on Japan

Marin Krause CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha was host to the Walk in the U.S. Talk on Japan, a weeklong Japanese grassroots diplomacy mission...

Dancing Obamas charm India

One of the biggest questions facing President Barack Obama since the Democrats' Election Day shellacking was whether he'd still have that "Yes We Can" charisma that energized people around the world. Apparently, in India, the answer is yes.

 


UNO students encourage literacy in Cameroon through the Clinton Global Initiative

Three UNO students went to Washington University in St. Louis for the Clinton Global Initiative University (CGIU) from April 5 to April 7. The international conference brought together university students from around the world to meet with former President Bill Clinton amongst other global leaders, entrepreneurs and philanthropists to "turn ideas into actions."
 


NU, China sign agreement for culture center

The University of Nebraska and Xi'an Jiatong University in China have signed an agreement to establish an American Culture Center in Xi'an China, said University of Nebraska President James Milliken Oct. 19. 


Student organize $3,500 bake sale for Japan

When Josh Campbell saw the devastation in the aftermath of the 8.9 magnitude earthquake and the subsequent tsunami that hit Japan in March, he felt a instinctive need to reach out to the shattered nation.


UNO grad receives grant, teaches in Nicuragua

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Receiving a Fulbright Academic Research grant has enabled University of Nebraska at Omaha graduate Olajide Cooper to break language barriers and provide...

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....

Hiking to Help Sudanese refugees

A refugee camp in Doro, Southern Sudan, currently accommodates 25,000 refugees. Half of the new arrivals are children; nearly 2,000 are unaccompanied by adults.