POINT BLANK

Ever notice how breaks are always simultaneously too long and too short?  That's how this one felt.  It seemed like classes ended, then Christmas, New Year's, and now here we are, back again for more.  All in three short weeks.  I need a break to recover from my break.
 


Nebraska needs harsher DUI laws

You can change, rearrange, add on  or totally repeal the current laws concerning drunk driving in Nebraska. But if someone wants to drive drunk, he or she is going to do it. It's scary but true. No law can completely stop drunk driving.


Sleep on it: the power of napping

This is your college-approved guide to napping with details on the best places to take naps on campus. The options are plentiful: the couches on the third floor of Criss Library, the Honor's Vault, the patch of grass across from CPACS, and even on the couches in the Milo Bail's Maverick Lounge.

 


UNO Cribs

By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor

Egypt and the American Empire

For 30 years, Hosni Mubarak ruled Egypt in a reign of oppression, censorship, brutality and torture. After 18 days of mass protests that included violent clashes with police, the Egyptian people toppled a dictator.


If we’re going to be serious about hockey, we need our own arena

In the last two years, the UNO hockey program has made a lot of changes. With the addition of head coach Dean Blais and the move to the WCHA, you could argue that the Mavs have finally stepped up to big boy hockey.


The limits of free speech

Kaylee Pierce CONTRIBUTOR We all have the right to free speech. We should feel free to speak our minds and stand up for what we believe...

Trickle down poverty

Republicans who've shuddered at the notion of raising taxes on the super rich and cried foul with accusations of ‘class warfare' have ignored the steady disintegration of the American middle class and the ever-increasing divide between rich and poor.