It’s not “just stretching:” How I turned my New Year’s resolution into a lifestyle

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER When you go to Build-A-Bear Workshop to, well, build a bear, you are instructed to pick a fabric heart halfway through...

Chinese vs. Western parenting: which is number one?

Professor Amy Chua of Yale Law School is the author of "Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother." In the essay "Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior," Chua challenges Western parenting techniques, the aptitudes of its children and their work ethic. Chua points out that in Chinese culture, mothers also want the best for their children.  However, they have a different concept of how to make their children the best.


Starting the semester right with tips for achievement

By Rachael Vacanti, Contributor Congratulations! You survived your first week of the semester. Now the question is, what about the rest of the semester? How...

Fitness fanatics fed up with poor gym etiquette

By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor It’s a normal afternoon. You’re walking out of Biology, ready to get physical. Time to move from flexing the mental...

Campus jobs offer more than cash

By Jenny Peterson, Contributor When searching through the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s job opportunities, 79 jobs from 32 categories can be found. With all...

Protecting free speech should fall to universities

Andrew D. Bartholet CONTRIBUTOR Early this August, North Carolina became the latest of several states to enact legislation that supposedly protects free speech interests at public...

Pacific Campus offers opportunities despite lack of student center

By Blake Dickinson, Contributor As the UNO’s campus has grown over the last decade, the south campus has played an increasingly important role in the...

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...