Help Nebraska organization honor fallen service members and their families

The Honor and Remember Nebraska Chapter is looking for families who've lost loved ones who died while serving in the military. The organization presents...

POT Crossing: Marijuana creeps its way into Nebraska due to Colorado legalization, UNO...

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor Amendment 64 was enacted In November 2012, allowing adults in Colorado aged 21 and older to grow up to six...

Closing the book on Borders

The nation's second largest bookstore chain is going out of business. Borders began liquidation of their remaining 399 stores Friday, with the process set for completion by the end of September. The end of Borders means the chain's 10,700 employees will lose their jobs.


Eight reasons to rejoice at the end of the NFL lockout

After 18 weeks and four days, the NFL lockout officially ended on July 25, as the owners and players agreed to a new collective bargaining agreement. It's all sunshine and daisies again for football fans across the country who feared the season might be canceled.


Lee Tary, Brad Ashford square off in second congressional debate

By Kelly Langin, Contributor Lee Terry and Brad Ashford talked dirty campaign advertisements and elaborated on their positions in the country’s most important issues in...

UNO Emergency Management Degree ranked top program in the country

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha was recently named the number one college for military veterans. Now, UNO has made...

Civil Rights activist talks OWS, celebrates Civil Rights women

A Civil Rights activist and member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee told a group of UNO students Friday she was skeptical of the ongoing Occupy Wall Street protests.


Google Ideas director speaks on worldwide Internet security at Mammel Hall

By Doug Cunningham, Contributor An auditorium full of students and staff sat anxiously in Mammel Hall on Wednesday night waiting for a speech from Scott...