JPII Newman Center resumes services on May 4

Leta Lohrmeyer EDITOR-IN-CHIEF St. John Paul II Newman Center will resume Mass on May 4 in accordance with the current COVID-19 restrictions, according to an email...
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Gov. Ricketts limits social gatherings to 10 or less because of COVID-19

Grant Rohan NEWS EDITOR Gov. Pete Ricketts announced on Monday that public events and social gatherings in Nebraska should not exceed groups of 10 to reduce...

Sofra Creperie in Aksarben to donate $1 to Lolo’s Angels for every crepe sold

Jimmy Carroll  CONTRIBUTOR  Lolo’s Angels, Inc. and Sofra Creperie in Aksarben have teamed up for a great cause. From Jan. 13-19, Sofra Creperie will donate $1...

UNO announces conclusion of fraternity investigation

Jessica Wade EDITOR-IN-CHIEF The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) announced this morning the conclusion of the internal university investigation into the fraternity Pi Kappa Alpha’s...

UNO student uses life experiences to help the community

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Kalapana Biswa enjoys learning about behavioral sciences in her Public Health classes at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO), but the...

Renee Held impacted thousands of Nebraskans during her 24-year tenure with NBDC

Megan Schneider CONTRIBUTOR Renee Held worked for the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) over the past 24 years and retired on April 5, after helping over...

Floods Contaminate Water in Glenwood

Allie Seeley CONTRIBUTOR Boiling water is a regular activity for cooking pasta. For some, boiling water is a necessity for everyday life. University of Nebraska at Omaha...

UNO students plan “Elmwood Take Back: Self Defense Demonstration”

Jessica Wade Editor-in-Chief In response to the reported sexual assault and assault/attempted kidnapping that took place in Elmwood Park Saturday evening and Wednesday afternoon, University of...