UNO hosts Spanish creative writing contest

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR For the eighth year, the University of Nebraska at Omaha is hosting the Creative Writing Contest in Spanish. The statewide contest is open...

NFL protests shine spotlight on need for better veteran care, not anger over peaceful...

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Colin Kaepernick’s form of protest was not loud. He did not shout, he did not draw attention, there were no signs or...

UNO Theatre starts season with “Our Town”

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha Theatre has begun its 2017-2018 theater season with the production of “Our Town.” “Our Town” is split...

Aksarben farmer’s market approaches end of season

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER Fall is clearly here at Aksarben Village’s farmers market with pumpkins bursting with color and a slight chill to the air. Aksarben Village...

Thoughts on panhandlers

Ashton Nanninga CONTRIBUTOR The intersection of 72nd and Dodge is one of the busiest in Omaha, but not just for traffic. On any given day, one...

Why you should call your mother

Madeline Miller If you're reading this, you should call your mother. She would probably love to hear from you, and you'll be better for it. More...

Vaccinations: public health vs public choice

Megan Wade ADVERTISING MANAGER The Washington Post’s Aug. 21, 2017 article titled, “Despite the measles outbreak, anti-vaccine activists in Minnesota refuse to back down” shows how...

UNO student organization spotlight: Young Americans for Freedom and College Democrats

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR To start, what are the basic principles of your organization? Young Americans for Freedom: In the face of national pushback against conservative beliefs,...