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An aerial tour of the UNO campus
Welcome Week at UNO gives new and existing students a chance to meet new people, learn more about campus organizations and clubs all while enjoying free food and free music. Music by Zoogma. Produced by Tyler Barton and UNO-Television.
Seniors are looking to give back. This campus pairs them with youth that could use a helping hand.
With dignitaries including Governor Dave Heineman, Omaha Mayor Jean Stothert, as well as business, medical and community leaders and former patients, Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital celebrated the groundbreaking of its Omaha Campus on Thursday, Sept. 4, 2014. “This is indeed a great day,” said Marsha Lommel, president and CEO of Madonna Rehabilitation Hospital. “We are not only celebrating the groundbreaking of our Omaha Campus but also honored to join the healthcare continuum for Omaha, which is becoming a national destination for medical care. Omaha has done a superb job of building a healthcare system that provides, not only the best primary care, but the most advanced trauma, cancer, transplant and neurological specialized care, as well.” added Lommel. Madonna is bringing its nation...
The local organization ABIDE ,whose mission is to strength Omaha inner-cities, open its new campus today.
After years of planning, discussion, groundbreaking and hard work, the expansion project at Metropolitan Community College’s Fort Omaha Campus finally received its grand welcome from the public in September 2017. The $90 million expansion includes three new academic buildings: the Career and Academic Skills Center, the Center for Advanced and Emerging Technology and the Construction Education Center.
MCC transformed a 3,300-square-foot concrete wall into a mural that captures the essence of the rich history and promising future of the South Omaha community. The mural project was coordinated in conjunction with the Kent Bellow Studio and Center for Visual Arts and Joslyn Art Museum. The project was supported by Bahr Vermeer Haecker Architects, Jetton Charitable Fund through the Omaha Community Foundation, Nebraska Arts Council and the Nebraska Cultural Endowment, MCC’s Institute for Cultural Connections, the MCC public art committee and the MCC Foundation.
Greater Omaha Chamber prepares to move to Conagra Campus Subscribe to KETV on YouTube now for more: http://bit.ly/1emyaD5 Get more Omaha news: http://ketv.com Like us:http://facebook.com/ketv7 Follow us: http://twitter.com/KETV Google+: http://plus.google.com/+ketv
Investigation at Fort Omaha 1997: in 1979 we were invited to Fort Omaha to investigate possible paranormal phenomena. After approximately 3 weeks of investigating one of the buildings at the Metropolitan Community College located at Fort Omaha we discovered several spirits inside one of the buildings. The investigation was cut short after the Omaha World Herald discovered that there was an investigation going on at the campus. At that time the president of Metropolitan Community College at the Fort Omaha campus decided to end the investigation citing fear of negative publicity.