No security changes despite recent shootings

 

On Jan. 5, UNO freshman and speech pathology major Kelsey Johnston took a break at her part-time job at Target to read several text messages reading "Shooting at Millard South."


UNO parking goes digital

UNO's Parking Service Department, created in Summer 2010 offers more options for students on the go.  Through its website, students can now buy parking permits, pay parking violation fines and look up past violations.


Crime log 1-18-11

UNO crime log 1-18-11


Mammel Hall earns LEED certification

Mammel Hall, the newest and most up-to-date building at UNO, has recently been deemed worthy of LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) gold certification.


Graduates enter a more promising job market

More than 960 students received degrees Dec. 17 during UNO's winter commencement ceremony held at the Omaha Civic Auditorium.


Martin Luther King, Jr. Day celebrates its 25th year

On Jan. 17, UNO students will have the opportunity to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day by volunteering community-wide in the 2011 Day of Service.


Let’s talk science

UNO Computer Science majors engaged in sessions on careers in computer science from Dec. 6 through 10. Through these events, the College of Information Science and Technology and UNO Department of Computer Science aimed to eliminate misconceptions about computer science careers and promote educational opportunities.


Holiday gone wrong

The holidays are a time to shovel mounds of sugary sweets into mouths, a time of mega-stores making mega-bucks off children's Christmas lists and a time of airports being backed up until the clock strikes midnight on New Year's Eve. But perhaps nothing defines the holiday season more than stories of poor traveling conditions. Here are five stories about holiday travel gone wrong: