COVID-19 and UNO: Your questions answered

Kamrin Baker EDITOR IN CHIEF With the rapidly evolving news of campus operations and travel policies as they relate to the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), many...

BREAKING: UNO to extend spring break and move to remote learning in wake of...

Kamrin Baker EDITOR IN CHIEF Following the trend of most universities around the United States, UNO has just announced its contingency plan for student safety and...

Chancellor Gold issues new travel policies in response to COVID-19

Leta Lohrmeyer DIGITAL EDITOR In response to the spread of COVID-19 (Coronavirus), all UNO-related international travel and domestic air travel is suspended for UNO faculty, staff...

UNO student helps community through social work

Molly Ashford  CONTRIBUTOR  From a young age, Alex Wenz knew that her calling was to help people. A soft-spoken, tall and friendly face behind the counter of...

UNO professor leads national effort confronting terrorism

Grant Rohan NEWS EDITOR  On Feb. 24, UNO named Gina Ligon, Ph.D., to lead the National Center of Excellence for counterterrorism research after receiving a $36...

Equal rights amendment forum highlights women’s week at UNO

Jimmy Carroll CONTRIBUTOR  March is Women’s History Month, and UNO hosted Women and Public Policy Week from March 2-8. Women’s History Month first started in 1987,...

UNO and Girl Scouts Spirit of Nebraska helps girls explore the college and future...

Elle Love  ONLINE REPORTER  While the first things associated with Girl Scouts are their cookies, this organization is providing a lot more to its scouts than...

Editor’s letter: Celebrating Women’s History Month with admiration for the women before me

Kamrin Baker EDITOR IN CHIEF  In November of 2017, Glamour magazine created a #PoweredByWomen issue where all 17 global editions of the magazine were produced entirely...