UNO study reveals poverty rates rising among Hispanic population

By Stefan Snijders, Contributor The University of Nebraska system may be at the nation’s forefront for research in various fields: a recent study by UNO researchers about poverty rates in...

Conference teaches business side of public relations

We are a generation of creators. We are a world of sharers. And more than ever we walk amongst entrepreneurs. The Internet and social media are still budding entities, but they have already inspired us in ways that have helped people embody more of these qualities.

Disaster Relief Fund could make difference for victims of M’s Pub disaster

By Jared Kennedy The Omaha News Victims of the M’s Pub fire in early January now have access to monetary assistance. The Old Market Disaster Relief...

University has new name, face

UNO revealed new logos as part of a Maverick brand makeover Thursday at Embassy Suites in La Vista.

Flow of politics disrupts Keystone XL pipeline

By Hannah Gill, Contributor Dave Domina may have lost his bid for Senate, but his role as lawyer for the plaintiffs in Nebraska may give...

“Further review” reverses mayor’s pipeline support

After "further review" and consulting with others, Ralston Mayor Don Groesser retracted previous support of TransCanada's Keystone XL pipeline expansion in an April 13 letter to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.

UNO recognizes outstanding students

UNO recognized the accomplishments of outstanding faculty and students last week, during its annual Honors Convocation events.

UNO to host solar eclipse viewing

Danielle Meadows SENIOR STAFF WRITER When Mavericks return to campus for the first day of the fall semester, there will be more to look forward to...