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The UNO Alumni Association hosted the 35th annual UNO Alumni Scholarship Swing Monday, Aug. 31, at Indian Creek Golf Course, raising more than $40,000 for student scholarship. See more at Scholarship Swing
The Summer 2015 issue of UNO Magazine is in the mail to tens of thousands of UNO graduates. The issue focuses on "Water," highlighting the work of faculty, staff, students and graduates around the world at Read the issue online now
- NEW Art Gallery featuring work of retired professors- Security focus of 2015 Global Studies Conference- UNO Theatre presents 'Dracula' starting Oct. 3- MavFilmmakers Festival set for Nov. 13- UNO professor to consult for Canada's 'Mounties'- Exhibit showcases local Latino artists- NU President Bounds starts listening tour- UNO welcomes largest freshman class ever- UNO transitioning to smoke-, tobacco-free campus
- NEW MGOLF Mavs 9th at Drake Invite- NEW WGOLF Mavs sit 12th at Nebraska Invite- NEW HOCKEY Mavs 11th in second poll released- NEW MTEN UNO competes at Creighton tournament- NEW WTEN Mavs compete at Bluejay Invitational- VB Mavs down NDSU, stay unbeaten in Summit- MSOC UNO stifles Fort Wayne 3-0- WSOC Jackrabbits nip Mavs 1-0- CC Gensichen leads Mavs at SDSU Classic- MBB Single-game tickets on sale Oct. 1- HOCKEY UNO nets highest preaseason ranking- MSOC Valparaiso knocks off No. 23 Mavs 1-0- HOCKEY Media put Mavs 4th in NCHC poll
Join fellow graduates on one of four Oceania Cruises in 2016 offered by UNO Alumni Association travel partner Go Next!
• Island Paradise | Jan. 23-Feb. 2, 2016• Sultans & Palaces | May 4-12, 2016• Northern Europe | June 13-24, 2016• Great Pacific Northwest | Sept. 17-25, 2016See more
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Oct. 6, 1954 California U.S. Senator and Republican majority leader William F. Knowland is first speaker at third annual World Affairs Institute, speaking on “Paradox of Coexistence."
Oct. 6, 1961 Michigan Republican Congressman Gerald R. Ford (speech: “Our Responsibility for the Defense of Our Nation”) and Nebraska Gov. Frank Morrison are guest speakers at OU convocation celebrating the university's 53rd anniversary.
Oct. 6, 1964 Michael Goldwater, youngest son of Republican presidential candidate Barry Goldwater, visits campus in an event hosted by UNO's Young Republicans.
Oct. 6, 1988Marlin Briscoe becomes pro football’s first black starting quarterback, leading Denver to a 10-7 win over Cincinnati. Briscoe finished 4 of 11 passing for 37 yards and rushed twice for 18 yards. See more in a UNO Magazine article on Briscoe: http://unoalumni.org/unomag-Spring14/teamcolors
See more at This Day in UNO History
Learn all there is to know about UNO's most popular icon — Maverick Monument — installed on campus in August 2014 to celebreate the UNO Alumni Association's 100th anniversary!
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