Nebraska moves closer to the execution of Jose Sandoval

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR The state of Nebraska has not executed anyone in two decades, but Norfolk killer Jose Sandoval may soon break that hiatus. Sandoval is...

Roy Moore’s sexual abuse allegations

Madeline Miller CONTRIBUTOR In light of all the sexual abuse scandals, Roy Moore’s are some that stand out. Moore is a former Alabama state judge. Before...

The social tool of “political correctness”

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER In an increasingly divided world, words and terminologies have never been more important. Time moves quickly and language evolves in ways people...

Chemical attack in Syria

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The Syrian war has been a complicated war that started as a civil war six years ago. Different allies’ interests, rebels own conflicts...

Universities should protect all ideas

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR On Jan. 30, President of the University of Nebraska Hank Bounds sent an email to all students in Nebraska’s only public university system....

A streetcar would move Omaha forward

Zachary Mulrenin CONTRIBUTOR Earlier this year, Amazon announced that they were seeking a location for a second headquarters. Among their preferences for the host city were...

Gun control: nothing has changed

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Last Tuesday, a man officials described as an immigrant from Uzbekistan drove a truck into a crowd of pedestrians in Manhattan, killing...

JFK records reveal few secrets

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The National Archives have released 2,891 records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Oct. 26, but has withheld another portion...