Campus shortcuts, Blazing new trails on your way to class to save time and...

By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor Campus shortcuts offer protection from climate conditions. We all have our trade secrets for navigating campus. Some bring their Razor...

Not enough attention paid to death penalty: National election overshadowed local issue

Katherine Hartner CONTRIBUTOR If the presidential election had not been so dramatic, the death penalty controversy would certainly have been a major point of contention for...

New music festival announced: Indie music festival in Aksarben’s Stinson Par

Kelly Langin ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT EDITOR Raleigh Science Project and JADC Productions announced New Generation Music Festival last week. Although there aren’t many details yet, it looks...

Letter to the Editor

In response to "Nebraska needs harsher DUI laws,"  from March 8, 2011


Is your major relevant?

By the time I was 14, I had already picked up my first Hunter S. Thompson book. By the time I had finished "Fear and Loathing on the Campaign Trail" I knew I was a writer.


Transgender voice program offered at UNO: UNO Speech Language Therapy Clinic

Savanna Allen & Sam Kunz CONTRIBUTORS Each day we wake up, roll out of bed and conquer our day the best that we can. We drink...

Social media and the Trayvon Martin case

A violent struggle, cries for help and a single gunshot that split the night at the Retreat at Twin Lakes community and ended the life of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.


‘No offense,’ not a good enough disclaimer

Anytime someone starts a sentence with "No offense," it is always followed with a completely offensive statement. News flash: just because you decided to try to get away with said statement by preceding your insult with this phrase, doesn't mean you will.