UNO welcomes a new business intelligence program

The University of Nebraska Omaha made a  addition to its list of programs called Performance INformation Gateway (PING). The business intelligence program provides ample amounts of facts, statistics and figures that are useful to the campus, community and the public.


Students can joyride with bike share programs

Being late for class can induce a hefty amount of stress, but thankfully, students searching for a quick ride around campus need look no further than the UNO Bike Share program.


UPDATE: UNO issues emergency evacuation due to gas leak Friday

Gateway Staff University of Nebraska at Omaha officials evacuated portions of the Dodge campus due to a gas leak Friday morning. The university issued an emergency...

MavForensics named best in the state

By Stefan Snijiders, Contributor For the second time in history, MavForensics, the University of Nebraska at Omaha forensics team was honored as state champions. Over Valentine’s Day weekend,...

Providence defeats UNO in Mavs’ first Frozen Four

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief The “Cardiac Kids” were about to do it again. Trailing 2-0 entering the third period, Jake Guentzel slid a shot past Jon Gillies at...

Pending castration of Durango prompts protests

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR DISCLAIMER. THE TOPICS AND ISSUES COVERED IN THIS EDITION ARE NOT REAL NEWS. ... HAPPY APRIL FOOLS DAY. Students at the University of Nebraska at...

Student reports sexual assault in Scott Village

An 18-year-old student from Scott Village residence hall reported being sexually assaulted early Tuesday, Aug. 14 by a male assailant who entered her room without permission.
 


UNO named Tree Campus USA, focuses on sustainability

Visitors from around the country are often surprised by the number of trees in Nebraska. The state is commonly stereotyped as being a massive prairie filled with cattle and cowboys. Native Nebraskans know that isn't the case. The state is the birthplace of Arbor Day and has a variety of tree species shading neighborhoods and streets.
UNO earned its third designation as a Tree Campus USA from the Arbor Day Foundation. UNO earned the achievement by meeting Tree Campus USA's five standards which include maintaining a tree advisory committee, a campus tree-care plan, dedicating annual expenditures toward trees, Arbor Day observance, and student service-learning programs and projects.