The Textbook Debate

Every year, just before school starts, I have a small panic attack. Not because the summer's ending nor because I'm back for another year of higher education.


When free speech meets hate

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER With the recent events in Charlottesville, the range of free speech has been challenged more than any of us have seen in...

In the city of the lost

It had been three days since Avery's life had somehow turned into a Godard film.  They'd fled Paris, Avery going with him without question.  It was so unlike her. She had registered that it was insane, that she could have very easily left Emile and spoken with that Inspector--told him everything she knew.


A time for action in Syria

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Many people have grown numb to the now 6-year war in Syria. The world tuned back into the country’s conflict April 4...

Vaccinations: public health vs public choice

Megan Wade ADVERTISING MANAGER The Washington Post’s Aug. 21, 2017 article titled, “Despite the measles outbreak, anti-vaccine activists in Minnesota refuse to back down” shows how...

No surprises at the 83rd Academy Awards

The Super Bowl for movie fans kicked off Sunday night with the 83rd Acadamy Awards. Producers attempted to enliven the show by hiring young, hip actors Anne Hathaway and James Franco to host.


Leonardo DiCaprio did not deserve Oscar win

Trevor Miller CONTRIBUTOR Leonardo DiCaprio won his first Oscar at the 2016 Academy Awards and people on the Internet collectively lost their minds. It was nice...

Old white guy given position of power in government

By Phillip Brown, Contributor A Caucasian man in the later quadrants of his life was handed a position of power in the Nebraska State Government...