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...

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...

Attack of the movie remake

We all have those guilty pleasure movies that we don't particularly like to talk about although they remain our constant favorites.


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...

Point Blank

Another day in America, another gun crime.
Last month, barely a week before Christmas, the nation was shocked and horrified when a young man armed to the teeth with semi-automatic weapons blasted his way into an elementary school in Newtown, Conn., then proceeded to shoot and kill 20 children and seven teachers.  
The killing spree ended when the police showed up and the gunman took his own life.
In the weeks that followed, we were treated to almost daily reports of gun-related crimes and violence from around the nation.  
This should come as no surprise; in 2009 the United States ranked among the top ten nations with the most firearm-related deaths, with 10.2 per 100,000 people.
 


Gender in the workplace: Want to be a part of the change? #MeToo

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Read the other installments of this series here: Part One Part Two Part Three In 2007—10 years before the popular hashtag—Tarana Burke created a movement...