May Maverick grad heads to Harvard to continue studies

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR This summer, University of Nebraska at Omaha Maverick Harim Won will be heading to Harvard University to study biological sciences and public health. Won...

Lifelong learner Bob Miles teaches the ‘genius’ of Warren Buffett

Juli Oberlander CONTRIBUTOR When Bob Miles, who grew up in Detroit, came to Omaha in 1996, he knew little about Berkshire Hathaway. Miles, having visited Omaha only...

Author Lee Child speaks with UNO students

Maria Philomena Nevada CONTRIBUTOR Author Lee Child sat down with University of Nebraska at Omaha students at a question and answer session at the Weber Fine...

Scott Conference Center reopens after undergoing construction

Zachery Deleski-Taylor CONTRIBUTOR The Scott Conference Center reopened April 3, boosting its ability to provide convenience to current residents, bigger events for UNO students and...

Bilingual UNO student strives to become lawyer

Abbie Perry CONTRIBUTOR For many college students, deciding what to do in the future is a difficult task. For University of Nebraska at Omaha junior César...

Governor approves state budget package; NU faces less cuts than originally proposed

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR The Nebraska Legislature approved the state budget package on Tuesday, which included University of Nebraska funding. Gov. Pete Ricketts signed the package...

UNO business major starts successful painting business

Mitch Lienemann CONTRIBUTOR Earning a college degree is a lot like painting a house. First, the desired end result has to be determined. Then comes priming...

UNO hosts Omaha Ambassadors Forum

Mitch Lienemann CONTRIBUTOR The Omaha Ambassadors Forum took place at the Thompson Alumni Center on Wednesday. The forum featured a discussion panel of four former U.S....