Nude Venus De Milo statue outside Arts and Sciences symbolize problems with UNO art

We pass her every day. In the winter she is covered in layers, but she’s nude in the summer.  Confident and pretty, we’ve all...

Facebook: What you ‘like’ they may not…

Facebook has changed the world.  There is unlimited access to loads of information, and we are constantly exposed to the public. It has become a staple in the social life of the majority of students and is a portal for potential employers to seek out personal information about an applicant. 


The end of “Aksarben Royalty” is long overdue

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR A tradition that is better left in the past, officials of the Aksarben Foundation have announced that there will no longer be...

Nebraska bill proposes to cut Columbus Day

Virginia Gallner CONTRIBUTOR The story of Christopher Columbus has been popularized in schools throughout the United States, where children learn songs about his adventures across the...

The buzz on bookbags – considering the benefits and drawbacks

    By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor Two-strapping or one-strapping? This debate has troubled Mavericks for years. Pop culture has poked fun at this serious problem, as...

Keep your money secure

Another holiday season is here, and for most of us that means one thing - shopping.  Spending endless hours in traffic, driving all over town and sometimes to other cities, looking for the best deals on the perfect gifts for relatives we haven't talked to all year.  

If you're a typical shopper, you'll probably be relying on a credit card or debit card to make most of your purchases.  They're fast, convenient and easy to use.  But, they're also easy and lucrative targets for thieves. 


Protect the press

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR At the time this article is written massive protests are taking place in Venezuela that so far have resulted in the death...

Tips and tricks to navigating the murky waters of UNO’s social circles

Impossible parking, attacks by LARPers and the imminent threat of walking into the wrong classroom. These things come to mind when a student imagines the first week of classes.
Fortunately, I am willing to give a few of my key survival tips to ensure social and academic success.