City of Omaha: UNO soccer is here, not coming

By Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR Go ahead and take a look at the NCAA men’s soccer rankings. There’s a team from Nebraska in the Top-25. “Wait...

Third-party candidates face unequal hurdles for presidential ballot

 

From the headlines on major news outlets, you'd think that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are the only candidates for president this year. Exactly as planned.

Millennials: The first generation to live predominately with their parents

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR More young adults have are now living with their parents than they have in 130 years. 32.1 percent of young adults aged...

Fight club: the high school

It's hard to defend a 64-year-old teacher who is accused of giving a killer right hook to one of her students.


GALLERY: Inside the 2018 Omaha Women’s March

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER My first thought upon entering the crowd of about 8,000 people was conflicting and authentic: I am so excited to march...

Fighting carbohydrates on college dough

Everyone dreads the prospect of the infamous "freshman 15." As a college student, your budget may allot ramen noodles two meals a day, seven days a week. A good number of students attend school full-time and can't (or won't!) hold a job. For these students, as well as those with minimum-wage part-time jobs, finding a way to eat healthy and stay in shape (or lose some weight once you get to college) is a challenge. Keeping a budget and knowing how to shop are key components in being healthy while saving money.
 


Opinion Editorial: U.S. Arms Sales and Proxy Wars

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR “To secure peace is to prepare for war,” sang Metallica in their famous 1990s “Don’t Tread on Me” song. To their credit,...

Point Blank

Some interesting events happened recently in the arena of sex politics in America. It's too early to tell yet whether we'll see any positive changes, but what I've observed so far has been tentatively encouraging.