Downtown, Midtown, and all parts east of 72nd.
The lights do look nice. Lets hope they keep the lights working or it soon will look like |expletive|. It does make you wonder though, when colleges are having such a hard time with their budgets, why they waste their money adding pretty lights to a parking structure. On top of that, there's the cost involved in maintaining the lights.
The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s biomechanics program has become a powerhouse, and it will be rewarded with a lot more space.
The NU Board of Regents on Friday approved a plan to build a large addition to the three-level Biomechanics Research Building, which was erected four years ago.
The regents expect construction on the addition to start in April and to be completed in September 2019, more than doubling the size of the existing building. The $11.6 million addition is to be privately funded.
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