Falafel a mainstay of Dundee neighboorhood

By Derek Munyon Arts & Entertainment Editor Mediterranean food is becoming more popular than ever; it’s widely considered one of the healthiest diets in existence. While...

Cross country team finishes in sixth, shatters personal records at Woody Greeno Invitational

Jackson Taylor Sports Editor The Omaha cross country team competed in the Woody Greeno Invitational over the weekend, with several runners beating their personal best records. Karo Garcia, a junior runner...

Wearing rugs for change

Joe Willard Contributor Students across campus got their service on from Sept. 10 to 12 at Lauritzen Gardens. Students made animal-safe ornaments with fruit loops and string....

Mavs triumph over Bradley

Phil Brown Opinion Editor The expectations set after the University of Nebraska at Omaha men’s soccer team beat their ranked opponent a couple of weeks ago, and pushed themselves into...

“Millennial” term full of negativity

Brooke Criswell Online Content Manager There have been many studies conducted that seem to show a more negative view of our generation, the “millennials”, as opposed...

Sexual harassment reported on campus

Savannah Behrends Contributor The University of Nebraska at Omaha sent a university-wide email last week to students reporting a harassment/indecent exposure near 67th and Pine Streets. The suspect reportedly asked the victim...

Republican candidates don’t bother to deny climate change

Derek Munyon Arts & Entertainment Editor The second national Republican debate took place on Wednesday, Sept. 16, and this time included one new face, former Hewlett-Packard...

Gateway bootcamp series

A guest speaker from The Omaha World-Herald will visit the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s student newspaper office, which is located in Room 113...