New students can expect increased tuition

Average full-time tuition at UNO will increase $135 this fall semester. The University of Nebraska Board of Regents unanimously approved a 2011-12 operating budget June 17 that would raise tuition by 5 percent, continuing similar increases over the past seven years.


Affordable, comfortable living at Scott Court

Scott Court features many amenities: wireless internet, basic cable, local phone service, recycling, electricity, sewer, gas and possible weekly housekeeping in individual suites. The resident halls also have secured access for both the building and parking area, as well as paid utilities.


Scott Village basketball court nearly ready

UNO students looking to shoot some hoops in the sunshine will soon have a fresh venue available.


Flood seminar helps local contractors land jobs

Earlier this year, the Federal Emergency Management Agency designated the Nebraska Business Development Center (NBDC) as the Nebraska contact for contractors seeking to provide services for flood recovery.

 


UNL professor’s study questions TransCanada’s methods

After reading TransCanada's own hazard assessment of the company's proposed Keystone XL pipeline expansion, UNL professor John Stansbury had a few assessments of his own.


UNO PROGRAM EMPLOYS 100 HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS

Getting that first job in high school can be difficult. Fortunately for some young Omahans, the Service Learning Academy at UNO offers a helping hand.


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.


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