UNO students, faculty and staff can expect to see parking changes across campus this fall.
Last Thursday, Sept. 26, there was a contest to guess how many gallons would flood a portion of the University of Nebraska at Omaha's campus. No, it wasn't for a drill, and it certainly wasn't for an academic building. Instead it was for the bioretention garden located outside the Welcome Center.
"I never believed you could solve problems at the extremes," Nelson said, commenting on the necessity for bipartisanship in congress.
As students, we want to know our voices are being heard on campus.
For 5,278 randomly selected freshmen and seniors, filling out a simple survey will make sure that happens.
Every three years, UNO has students take the National Survey of Student Engagement or NSSE.
The survey collects information about student participation in programs and activities provided for their learning and personal development.
When the sun sets and night time lingers, most people in Omaha are able to rest easy and securely in the safety of their homes. However, many homeless people don't have such a luxury. For the last seven years the Phi Beta Sigma Nebraska chapter has been putting in overnight hours on the street to raise awareness, money and funds for Omaha's needy.
Card readers were initially placed on the newspaper bins because students' fees fund the program. By requiring students to swipe a MavCard, the bins provided newspapers only to students who were paying the fees instead of using student fees to provide free news sources for faculty and staff.
University of Nebraska at Omaha has officially been ranked by G.I. Jobs magazine and Victory Media as one of America's top military friendly schools. This is the fifth consecutive time UNO has been awarded such a high honor. The list of schools in the running was created from data from over 10,000 schools across the country that are approved for VA funding.
Due to a shortage of regents, the University of Nebraska Board of Regents will not vote on inclusive benefits during their Dec. 8 meeting.