The Newspapers in Curricula program and several University of Nebraska-Omaha professors have once again teamed up to put current world and local news in perspective for students. They're also aiming to help relieve the stress of communicating in groups with a bunch of strangers.
Israelis and Palestinians have been in diplomatic and violent conflict for well over 50 years. Disillusionment with peace in the Middle East dominates the minds of many.
News for the week of 9-20-11.
The Facility Management & Planning office announces starting today, July 18, at 9 a.m. the sidewalk between Sapp Fieldhouse and Allwine Hall to the Pep Bowl will be closed to any foot traffic. It is expected to re-open Monday, July 23.
Questions? Contact Bob Fuder at 402-554-2284.
Instead of sleeping in past noon, junior Schuyler Dougherty spent his Sunday morning teeing off at Tregaron golf course at 8 a.m
When environmental disasters strike, an overwhelming amount of aid is often needed to get victims back on their feet.
Omaha and several adjacent areas experienced flood damage from an over-filled Missouri River this summer, and there is still plenty of a mess to clean up. This year's Three Days of Service work retreat focused on aiding flooded areas.