Eight UNO resident assistants share why they love being an RA

Kamrin Baker Online Reporter Since May, I have been employed as a resident assistant at the University of Nebraska-Omaha. Now that I regularly don khaki shorts and...

Milo Bail hopes to be the epicenter of student life

Jessica Wade ASSISTANT COPY EDITOR Every college student might not look forward to the start of a new semester. There’s textbooks to buy, lectures to attend...

Online Exclusive: Budget deficits lead to tuition increase

Jessica Wade CONTRIUBTOR Finding the financial means to attend a four-year university is a challenge many college students face. If the University of Nebraska loses the...

A look back at 2016: A year of firsts

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR The end of 2016 is near, and the Earth is still spinning. Sure, there were a few rough patches, and most people...

From Omaha to Egypt: How to Forget the Pyramids

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR Some people love Egypt for its rich and amazing ancient civilization. If you have a tour guide and endless resources, by all means—go...

Sen. Fischer puts party before Nebraskans

James Hill CONTRIBUTOR Sen. Deb Fischer put the Republican Party first when she voted to confirm Betsy DeVos as Secretary of Education. Fischer released a statement Feb....

Students work to adjust perceptions on refugees

Virginia Gallner CONTRIBUTOR Before the executive order and the election, fear and prejudice tainted many Americans’ perception of immigrants and refugees. The Refugee Perspective started in...

Not all charities are a force for good

Sophie Ford MANAGING EDITOR During the holiday season, we are compelled by countless television commercials, billboards and flyers to spend large amounts of money on gifts...