This week in News…

Omaha fitness center to hold fundraiser for autism awareness Body Masters, an Omaha fitness center, will hold hour-long boot camp sessions on Saturday, May 2 to benefit Autism awareness...

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...

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.


Big Week for veterans at UNO

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor UNO Named Number One College for Veterans The University of Nebraska at Omaha was named the nation’s top four-year institution for...

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...

UNO Student Government fights for taxless textbooks, safe sex

By Nathan Stephenson, Contributor The University of Nebraska at Omaha Student Government supported textbook tax cuts, passed a resolution in support of a smoke-free campus,...

Occupy Wall Street protests reach downtown Omaha

Nearly 1,000 people gathered in the plaza near the City-County building at 17th and Farnam streets on a clear, cool Oct. 15 morning in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement ongoing in New York City.


Students should take opportunities to participate and serve

Phil Brown OPINION EDITOR In a world where inequality, marginalization, and economic instability are commonplace, it’s often difficult to see how change can be accomplished. It’s...