Spring Career Fair

Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha students looking to score a summer internship or job need look no further than the Academic and Career...

Group uses holiday to give back

Stuffing soared and fuzz flew in the student center on Feb. 14 as hundreds of students participated in Maverick Productions' second annual "A Beary Happy Valentine's Day," an event where students created their own stuffed animals and cards to be given to patients at Children's Hospital.
From 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., nearly 400 students crammed into the Milo Bail Student Center's Fireplace Lounge to make 361 Valentine's Day cards and 61 stuffed animals, which were donated to children at the hospital who have been staying there for long-term treatment or children undergoing emergency procedures.

‘Welcome Week’ boosts Maverick pride

The sighting of one swallow doesn't mean it's summer, at least according to Greek philosopher Aristotle.  However, if the great thinker were a UNO student, perhaps he would agree that one Welcome Week does a fall semester make.

Trash can kids hip-hop: an art revolution

Excitement built as fast as the evening traffic on Jan. 20 as the Uncool prepared for a major all-ages event at the Sandbox. The show started at 7 p.m. Tickets were $6.

New Year, New Mammel Hall Dedication

University of Nebraska at Omaha’s College of Business Administration (CBA) recently renamed and dedicated the Ted M. Seldin Commons in Mammel Hall. The renaming...

Fitness classes at H & K increasing in popularity, emphasize wellness message

By Juli Oberlander Contributor As college campuses nationwide offer wellness programs in addition to campus recreation, the University of Nebraska at Omaha plays an active role...

Nebraska University Presidential Candidate visits UNO

  By Doug Cunningham, Contributor Dr. George Ross, candidate for University of Nebraska President, visited campus on Nov. 18. While visiting, he participated in a forum...

Mammel Hall opens its doors

When Mammel Hall opened its doors last August, business students were introduced to an environmentally conscious, technologically advanced building.