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Ricketts fields questions at UNO Gov. Pete Ricketts came to the University of Nebraska at Omaha on Thursday and fielded questions from students. The...

DACA’s affect on UNO “Dreamers”

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR In the face of the possible impending termination of DACA, NU President Hank Bounds released a statement Sept. 5, 2017 in support of...

Nebraska Medicine researcher spearheads study to prevent developmental disorders

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor Nebraska Medicine researcher Steve Caplan, Ph.D., coauthored a study that appeared in the online edition of Nature Cell Biology, one of the...

Human trafficking a form of modern day slavery

Slavery was abolished in the United States in 1865. Even though it's now illegal, forms of it still exist. Hundreds of thousands are estimated to be victims of human trafficking in the United States alone.
 


Keystone XL Pipeline in Supreme Court, future up in the air

By Hannah Gill, Contributor Adjunct Professor Larry Bradley was waiting patiently at a meeting of the tribal council to present his dissertation in 2010. On...

State close to recognizing same-sex marriages

By Phil Brown, Reporter Nebraska is one of 13 states in the country to explicitly disallow the recognition of same-sex marriages. The blanket ban, found...

Flow of politics disrupts Keystone XL pipeline

By Hannah Gill, Contributor Dave Domina may have lost his bid for Senate, but his role as lawyer for the plaintiffs in Nebraska may give...

Students should take opportunities to participate and serve

Phil Brown OPINION EDITOR In a world where inequality, marginalization, and economic instability are commonplace, it’s often difficult to see how change can be accomplished. It’s...