45 percent of Puerto Ricans still without power

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Hurricane Maria slammed into the U.S. territory of Puerto Rico Sept. 20, bringing with it wind gusts of 113 mph and torrential...

5 Mavericks share their experiences during Winter Break

Winter Break is known to be a time for the classic activities of drinking hot cocoa, spending time with loved ones, celebrating all types...

Trump to cut National Monuments

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER In a time of increasing environmental destruction, a move from President Donald Trump has decreased the protected land around two national monuments. Proponents...

Local artist follows her passion– and her students– into the world of watercolors

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER “Miss Mason, you’re the best art teacher in the world.” Julia Mason; an art teacher at Indian Hill Elementary School, Beals Elementary...

Power and the issue of sexual assault

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR There have been a lot of disappointing reveals in the firestorm of Hollywood sexual harassment scandals. A serious talent will be revealed to...

Keystone XL Pipeline – a potentially dangerous venture

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER Ever since the idea of the Keystone XL pipeline was announced, it has been a highly contested plan. Conservatives have touted the...

Continued complexities of the Syrian Conflict

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR What began with the graffiti of teenagers led to a civil war. From the U.S. and U.N. backing rebels as Russia assists the...

What the holiday season looks like for UNO students who don’t celebrate Christmas

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER I am a white woman who was raised Catholic, who received Care Bears under the tree throughout her childhood, who stopped...