Author: Kalani Simpson

CON honors, remembers those lost

You just wanted to hug those kids. Tommy, 10. A good boy, glowing, talking about his dad’s job, and jets. “Tommy can tell you about any plane around,” said his grandfather, Tom Blake. Lily, 8. An angel (literally; she’d just danced in the Nutcracker) in a purple snow hat with hearts on it, and sparkly […]

Dec 16, 2013

It's my M3 and I'll cry if I want to

A few years ago, Oregon Health & Science University Ph.D. candidate Katy Van Hook wrote a blog that struck a nerve. She called it Forget baseball, there is DEFINITELY crying in science. Van Hook, who has since earned her doctorate, was talking about the fact that she was so stressed out by the life of […]

Nov 18, 2013

Dr. Mathews, a man for all (sports) seasons

Monty Mathews, M.D., assistant professor of family medicine, is on duty. He’s not wearing a white coat. He’s not wearing scrubs. He’s wearing a baseball cap, emblazoned with a Nebraska-Omaha Mavericks “O.” The doc is on duty on a soccer sideline, Caniglia Field, on the UNO campus. He stands with trainers, with coaches, with players […]

Nov 13, 2013

B&F is going to pump(kin) you up!

Look at the Jack-o-lantern above. Spooky and brand-compliant! The world’s scariest walrus. We bring you this picture, and others, because Business and Finance recently held a pumpkin-carving contest. No, scratch that. Business and Finance held a PUMPKIN CARVING CONTEST. This was not your average Halloween contest. This wasn’t just a zigzag smile in an orange […]

Oct 30, 2013

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