WHO needs better approach to Zika virus spread

Hannah Delzell CONTRIBUTOR Since early January, the Zika virus has gained global recognition. According to National Public Radio, Zika virus is a mosquito borne illness that...

UNO professor to go on research fellowship in Greece

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Dr. Nicholas Stergiou is going on a research fellowship to Greece to study human movement variability, but what he first became interested...

New travel ban affects UNO community

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR In a statement on Sept. 24, 2017, the Trump administration announced a newly revised travel ban, which will affect members of the UNO...

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Omaha fitness center to hold fundraiser for autism awareness Body Masters, an Omaha fitness center, will hold hour-long boot camp sessions on Saturday, May 2 to benefit Autism awareness...

Neuroscience student selected for Munich Brain Course

By Nathan Stephenson, Contributor University of Nebraska at Omaha student Shauna Kister will travel to Munich, Germany in March to attend an exclusive, international neuroscience conference. Kister, a junior neuroscience...

UNO student recounts London terror attack

Zachary Mulrenin CONTRIBUTOR I found my way back to Westminster from Greenwich to again visit the ticket office for the Houses of Parliament, as earlier this...

International Studies offices to host second Study Abroad Fair

By Stefan Snijders, Contributor The International Studies offices will host a Study Abroad Fair onJan. 28 from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m.in Criss Library. It will...

How China is changing UNO’s recycling program

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR China has stopped accepting recycling from the west coast, and it’s affecting the University of Nebraska at Omaha, too. States like Oregon and...