“Fireside chats” give students support and understanding

Caleb Foote Contributor Homosexuality is a long debated topic in the realm of biblical doctrine and the church. Pope Francis continued the conversation by saying the Catholic Church should concentrate less...

Students and employers meet at annual CBA Career and Internship Fair

Trent Ostrom Contributor Few things are as valuable to a college student as an internship that helps them grow professionally and lead to a future job, but how...

Patty Talbert: Turns craft into art

Artist Patty Talbert turns the craft of batik into art.


May graduate’s path to a new career

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Though he may be older than the typical college kid, University of Nebraska at Omaha non-traditional student Mark Frailey knows it’s never...

OVC offers winter adventures

Sophie Clark CONTRIBUTOR If you’re a University of Nebraska at Omaha student looking for an outdoor adventure over winter break, then look no further than the...

New study reveals hidden risks behind smoking hookah

By Nathan Stephenson, Contributor Hookah lounges are popular destinations among 18- to 20-year-olds as they are too young to drink at bars, but too old to stay...

Andy Grammer coming to UNO

He is everything you might expect a true California boy to be: calm, funny, sincere and oozing "cool." Los Angeles born and New York raised, 29-year-old Andy Grammer has catapulted to fame through his cheeky melodies and highly relatable lyrics, but he is more that just another rising musician.


Sorority organizes kickball games for philanthropy

Kickball-the playground game kids grow up playing to achieve recess glory by slamming red rubber balls higher than the monkey bars with one single kick-was revived Saturday when Zeta Tau Alpha sorority hosted their 16th annual Kick Out Cancer Tournament, which benefitted breast cancer awareness and education.