UNO declares a “no day” despite below-freezing temps– and students have feelings about it

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER At 9:46 p.m. the evening of January 15, the University of Nebraska at Omaha's Twitter account posted an announcement that classes...

Search for new chancellor continues

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Last week, University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds announced a series of listening sessions to be held Tuesday on the search for...

UNO celebrates Black History Month

Megan Fabry; A&E EDITOR The Office of Multicultural Affairs creates programs and events that...

Chi Omega “mistakenly approves” symbol of hate on charity T-shirt

*Story was updated on Monday, March 14 at 7:02 p.m. Zane Fletcher Editor-in-Chief In an era of amplified attention towards political correctness, it is increasingly notable when...

Dance exhibition brings culture to UNO

In celebration of Native American Heritage Month, UNO hosted "Culture: Indian Style, Dance Exhibition" on Nov. 17.

The event began half an hour late at 12:30 p.m. and lasted until about 1 p.m.

Following Native American tradition, the event began with a prayer before kicking off the dance exhibition.

The first dance was a fancy shawl dance performed by Meredith Schramm. Before performing, she explained the dance as a more modern Native American dance that depicts the movement of the butterfly, as well as coming into womanhood.

Indian Student Association hosts Holi Festival

Photos by Maria Philomena Nevada The Indian Student Association at the University of Nebraska at Omaha is hosted its annual Holi Festival of Colors event...

ACDC gives students major advice

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Academic and Career Development Center (ACDC) helps students determine what field of study will help them...

Student wins dean’s money in essay writing contest

UNO senior Andrew Lescelius received $200 cash from Arts and Sciences Dean Joseph Boocker's pocket last week just in time for the holiday break. 

Lescelius won the money as the first-place award in the Dean Boocker's October essay contest, "Why Should I Sit in on Your Class?"