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...

University leaders respond to DACA announcement

By Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR University of Nebraska president Hank Bounds and University of Nebraska at Omaha Chancellor Jeffrey Gold released statements Tuesday morning in response...

Understanding the sequestration in Washington and how it effects you

Media outlets have been dominated by news of the sequester for weeks now, but few people fully understand where it came from and what it means for them.  
 


Civil Rights activist talks OWS, celebrates Civil Rights women

A Civil Rights activist and member of the Student Nonviolent Coordinating Committee told a group of UNO students Friday she was skeptical of the ongoing Occupy Wall Street protests.


POT Crossing: Marijuana creeps its way into Nebraska due to Colorado legalization, UNO...

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor Amendment 64 was enacted In November 2012, allowing adults in Colorado aged 21 and older to grow up to six...

Minimum wage increase becomes hot topic on the ballot

By Rhe'Ann McBride, Layout Manager During the Nov. 4 elections, voters will be asked to decide on increasing Nebraska’s minimum wage from $7.25 to $9...

NU students may see tuition hike next year

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor According to the University of Nebraska budget director, tuition rates for NU students could rise next year.  Chris Kabourek, budget and planning director, has...

Mental health and predicting violence in wake of shooting

In the wake of the Newtown, Conn. elementary school shooting, a multitude of citizens have come forward with demands for socio-political change.
Some contend that the mental health system in place needs to be reevaluated, while others argue that gun control in America needs to be stricter.