Gender in the workplace: “You’re not that strong of a leader, Kami.”

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Towards the end of my freshman year of college, I applied to be a resident assistant on Scott Campus. I was...

In wake of Baltimore, Omaha must exorcise its own demons

By Phil Brown, Reporter Nebraska is now the second most dangerous place in America to be black.    For a white student in a safe campus, it’s easy to forget...

Parking memoirs of a basic Mav: Surface lot parking

By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor It was a Thursday. Early afternoon. I was using my lunch hour to go speak to a Mass Communications class...

Apocalypse Snow

We all saw it coming.  Icy road conditions, subzero temperatures and dangerous wind chills were predicted for the start of the week. By Monday, it was clear that travel the next day would be difficult at best. By 9 p.m., every primary and secondary school and some colleges in the Omaha area had canceled school for Tuesday, and many daycares shut down in anticipation of dangerous road conditions.


Why should one study science?

A couple of weeks ago someone asked me why I think studying science is so important. I began to answer their question with my usual answer, "It teaches people to think critically and to solve problems." However, as I thought about it, I realized that was not a good reason to learn anything. It is a beneficial outcome of learning science, but not the reason why people should want to begin studying it.
 


From Omaha to Egypt: How to Forget the Pyramids

Mariel Richter CONTRIBUTOR Some people love Egypt for its rich and amazing ancient civilization. If you have a tour guide and endless resources, by all means—go...

UNO provides the cultural enrichment events, it’s up to Latino students to take part

Gennesis Guzmán Contributor The following article is a response to the article UNO drops the ball on Latinx student and cultural engagement. My name is Gennesis...

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...