Letter to the Editor: Nebraska’s death penalty

15 June 2015 Dear Editor: Thank you Nebraska for abolishing the death penalty! "Society will never learn to respect human life when the state hypocritically kills...

UNO alumnus praises Boston efforts, Mav spirit

Opportunities once thought impossible spark pride and gratitude Letter To The Editor As a UNO graduate (Class of 1977), I wanted to say how proud I was about the...

Vice Chancellor gives thoughts on recent events

Letter to the Editor Dear UNO Community: After reading Eugene Kim’s March 30th article entitled, “Student health organization disgruntled over lack of recognition for work on...

Smoke-free UNO updates continue controversy

Letter to the Editor I recently received an email detailing a potential change to the University’s smoking policies. The email said that student government workers have recently brought...

Taking a stand for fair treatment, pay

Letter to the Editor: Students want a college education because a degree is associated with a better life, more earning power, and an avenue to...

Parking war rages on, this time with a hit-and-run

Letter to the Editor To whoever sideswiped my car Thursday morning, I can’t tell you what a surprise it was to return to my Honda Civic...

Letter to the Editor

 I'd like to provide some insight and reason in response to the "Occupy" articles that have run recently in the Daily Nebraskan newspaper. Unfortunately, it seems the resounding theme is that of income inequality and the excesses of capitalism. The rich have too much and the poor have too little. So what do the protestors want? What are their demands?