Photos from Jan. 25.
"I read Descartes when I was very young," said Saul Kripke, philosopher, teacher and genius, before a sizable audience Tuesday in the Arts and Sciences building. "I thought, ‘philosophy is a terrible subject, very confusing.'"
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Just 20 minutes away from UNO last April, a barrage of bullets claimed another victim in Omaha's increasingly violent gang war. Killed outside a grocery store in North Omaha, the victim, 19-year old Devon Brown, was the same age as many current UNO students.
Starting Tuesday, Feb. 1, students will be able to take a new form of transportation to and from the University of Nebraska-Omaha at no cost. The Omaha Metro bus system has partnered with UNO to provide 400 free student bus passes for the Spring 2011 semester.
This March, staff from Kabul University's Faculty of Journalism will make their first trip to UNO as part of an exchange program being cultivated by the two universities.
The Learning Community of Douglas and Sarpy Counties held an open enrollment fair Sunday afternoon in the Milo Bail Student Center.
In November, the first zebra mussel spotted at Zorinsky Lake was attached to a beer can. In December, after realizing the lake was infested with a potentially harmful population of zebra mussels, the lake was drained 20 feet below its typical depth to combat overgrowth of the species.