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GDPR: how a new data privacy regulation may impact you

GIF by Maria Philomena Nevada. Maria Philomena Nevada Photo Editor It happens every time you open your inbox these days. Another "we've changed our privacy policy" email from a company arrives in your inbox. However, unless you follow tech and policy commentators on Twitter, you may be...

Summer safety tips from the American Red Cross

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The holiday weekend is underway, and that means there’s an array of summer festivities to look forward to. No matter if you’re celebrating the weekend by the pool, at a family barbecue or on a road trip with friends, here are...

Women’s Basketball adds four recruits; three staff members

Kenneth Pancake Sports Editor Omaha, NE – When Head Coach Brittany Lange took the court last fall, she certainly wasn’t expecting to have to chase any recruits at the end of the season. Now, after a destructive off-season full of injury and departure, Omaha has added...

Men’s Basketball Adds Depth; Signs Two Transfers

Kenneth Pancake Sports Editor The Mavericks will receive some much-needed help at the post position. This fall, transfers Logan Strom and Brett Barney will be welcomed onto the Omaha team. Logan Strom, a Nebraskan at heart, returns after one year at the University of California at Davis,...

‘Community Sing Against Hate’ event shows united front against bigotry

Maria Philomena Nevada Photo Editor On Monday, May 14, Omaha community members gathered in the Milo Bail Student Center Ballroom for a "Community Sing Against Hate" event addressing anti-Semitic posters found across the Omaha metro area. A few days before the event, a local Daily Stormer book...

McDonald’s switches to fresh beef and automated ordering

Will Patterson Opinion Editor McDonald’s vigorous ad campaign over the past month has made it clear—the restaurant chain is officially admitting their classic burgers were falling behind. The switch to fresh, never frozen beef (similar to Wendy’s) marks a significant change for McDonald’s. As one Omaha...

Academic advisor advocates for change through foster parent role

Juli Oberlander Contributor One of Bobby Loud’s greatest joys is his family. For Loud, this family consists of his 17-year-old son Isaiah and the foster children he cares for in his home. For the past five years, Loud has welcomed 10 foster children into his family....

8 things to do in Omaha for students on a budget

Ashley O’Hara Contributor Being a college student on a tight budget during the summer can lead to boredom. If you stay in Omaha this summer, you should know there are a lot of affordable things to do. Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge “I love posing with one foot in...