UNO bids farewell to longtime photographer

Tim Fitzgerald has seen and documented how UNO's campus and programs have grown and changed.   After 42 years behind his camera, the university photographer retired Friday.


A flood of fun

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.


CPACS senator transitions from soldier to student

Given junior Jennifer Short's upbringing, it seems unusual that she joined the military. 


News You Can Use 4-26-11

News You Can Use


How to use the library for research

Anton Johnson ONLINE REPORTER We’ve all been there: the scramble to figure out what to do for your research paper. Maybe you procrastinated the research for...

UnOrthodox series returns

Has anyone with a keen interest in the romantic poetry of John Keats ever thought of relating the philosophies of the poems to Einstein's quantum theory? Conversely, has anyone pursuing the scholarly journey of physics through probability theory, quantum mechanics and the supreme mathematical reality of science ever consider embracing the poetic reality of literature?


UNO celebrates International Education Week

UNO has 1,700 foreign students from nearly 131 countries.  This diversity is unique to UNO and was highlighted during the annual International Education Week from Nov. 12 to Nov. 16.


Flying High

Huetter, with a team of four other University of Nebraska at Omaha students, has spent his summer and beginning of fall semester crafting a flying machine for Red Bull Flugtag, a national event in which teams compete and attempt to fly a home-made plane off a pier into water.