Vinyls: The new nostalgia to listen to music

Makayla Roumph A&E EDITOR In with the old and out with the new– or in other words, in with the vinyls and out with the CDs....

Nebraska Democratic Party endorses Preston Love as Democratic write-in candidate in Nebraska for U.S....

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR Ahead of the 2020 election, the Nebraska Democratic Party (NDP) endorsed Preston Love, an activist and UNO professor from North Omaha, as...

Enrollment data released by UNO shows historic highs in enrollment and retention

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR On Tuesday, Sept. 8, the University of Nebraska at Omaha released enrollment data that demonstrated record high levels in student enrollment and...

UNO Libraries makes issues of Afghan newspaper Kārawān freely available online

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR As of Sept. 4, UNO Libraries made issues of the Afghan newspaper Kārawān freely available online for students and staff to access...

Omaha Metro staff prepares for ORBT launch

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR Ahead of the planned opening of ORBT, Omaha’s first rapid transit system, Metro bus drivers are hard at work to train and...

How UNO students have adapted to online learning in the face of COVID-19

Regan Thomas CONTRIBUTOR Back to school means back to classes, homework and projects—but  this year looks a bit different from the past, as some UNO classes...

UNO Student Senate supports including Hate and Bias Reporting information on all class syllabi

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR At their first meeting of the year on Aug. 27, the UNO Student Senate voted unanimously to approve the proposal that information...

UNO’s College of Education changes name to match growth in programs

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR Prior to the 2020-2021 academic year, the UNO College of Education (COE) officially changed its name to the College of Education, Health,...