Mavericks are making headlines. Each weekday morning, University Communications will update this page with the latest batch of UNO media mentions by 9 A.M.
An LA Times op ed cites research from Joseph Schwartz that concludes that genetics has the greatest effect on how children react to TV. For example, a kid with aggressive tendencies might prefer watching television to being with other children.
The Omaha World-Herald picked up a UNO press release about a lunar eclipse watch party that will take place at the planetarium on Sunday evening.
The Omaha World-Herald wrote an article about the UNO student who spent all night rolling 100 snowmen, which he calls the “Love Army,” in Leavenworth Park.
Fox News did a story about the snowmen as well. A Facebook post from UNO’s account is shared in the article.
The Grand Forks Herald looked back at all of the North Dakota legacy players that have had success on UNO’s hockey team. The Mavs play against North Dakota this weekend.
Also from the Grand Forks Herald: “Ten things to know about Omaha ahead of this weekend’s series with UND.”
Tony Boone of the Omaha World-Herald also previewed this weekend’s matchup against UND.
One of Del Weber’s former employees described him as an effective leader in a Public Pulse submission.
UNMC News shared an article about a discussion about unconscious bias that will take place at the CEC on Feb. 21.
From the Omaha World-Herald: The men’s basketball team picked up their third straight win with a 80-71 victory at Western Illinois last night. The win moves them into a tie for second place in the Summit League standings.
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