Religious extremism threatens from both sides

By Phil Brown OPINION EDITOR In the wake of the tragic Parisian attacks by members of religious extremist group ISIS, the ever-present threat of religious extremism...

UNO student breaks down fashion barriers

By Colt Paulsen CONTRIBUTOR Hannah Olson awaits her interview in a crowded Starbucks, drinking a tall iced coffee with coconut milk, wearing a stylish sweater with...

This week in sports: 2016 Volleyball recruiting class announced

Head volleyball coach Rose Shires recently announced the program’s 2016 recruiting class. Below are the six freshmen that will join the Mavericks next year: Chloe...

UNO to host TED Talks in Spring

By Trent Ostrom Contributor If there was ever a time to learn, it’s college. You learn more about the field you wish to enter, about yourself...

Students rally support for a friend in need

By Trent Ostrom Contributor In the midst of working on final projects, studying for exams and making plans for the holidays; students are taking the time...

UNO Jazz band travels to Omaha’s sister city Shizuoka, Japan

By Stefan Snijders CONTRIBUTOR What’s so bad about taking an Asian tour with your university’s big jazz band? “The 14-hour flight,” Schylar Junginger, freshman saxophonist said,...

Thanksgiving brings a somber reminder for some

By Ciara Watson CONTRIBUTOR To the average American, Thanksgiving is a time in which you and your children get a two-day free vacation from work and...

UNO panel speaks on Syrian refugee crisis

By Joe Willard CONTRIBUTOR According to the United Nations Refugee Agency, every day 42,500 people are compelled to leave their friends and family behind due to...