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Unidentified ‘parking outlaw hero’ beats the boot

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR Editor's note: This story was part of our April Fool's edition of the paper and is entirely satirical. An unidentified person who has racked up hundreds of dollars in parking tickets and is believed to be affiliated with the University of Nebraska at...

Upcoming prose slam highlights “Me Too” movement

Danielle Meadows SENIOR STAFF WRITER This time last year, the words “me too” weren’t as hard-hitting. Soon, they would become the words that shake the world to its core, tragically connecting and empowering survivors of sexual violence. UNO’s literary magazine, 13th Floor, is teaming up with Writer’s...

This Weekend is Rabbit Season for UNO Baseball

Mitch Leinemann CONTRIBUTOR  The UNO Men’s Baseball team is ready to bounce back from taking 2-out-of-3 from Oral Roberts last weekend. The Mavericks are set to take on South Dakota State University in a three-game series this weekend at home at Seymour Park. The Friday through...

Trump’s Echo Chamber

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR Last Tuesday, President Donald Trump fired Secretary of State Rex Tillerson, replacing him with CIA Director Mike Pompeo. There’s speculation over why this happened and the way it happened (Trump fired Tillerson over social media). Trump states that Tillerson was fired because they...

The #WalkUpNotOut movement is not a solution to gun violence

Madeline Miller CONTRIBUTOR Students deserve to feel safe at school. It should not be a controversial statement, and yet America finds itself unwilling to keep its children safe. Saying that America is unable to keep children safe would be a lie, because this is the only...

BREAKING NEWS: Omaha men’s soccer coach Jason Mims has reportedly stepped down as head coach

Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR Omaha Men’s Soccer Coach Jason Mims has announced that he will leave his position as head coach and pursue a job with Real Salt Lake. Mims told members of his staff and his team that he has decided to leave the helm as...

“Love, Simon” is a coming-of-age tale for the 21st century

Hope Schreiner CONTRIBUTOR Coming from the well-traveled genre of young adult romance, “Love, Simon” is a film that refuses to conform to the restrictions that its predecessors created. The story focuses on the life of a teenage boy named Simon who, for the most part, is...

March for Our Lives rally held at UNL on Saturday

Maria Philomena Nevada CONTRIBUTOR March for Our Lives rally members gathered in front of the Student Union at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln on Saturday to march to the Capitol. The March for Our Lives rally in Lincoln was part of a national movement to march...