Metro Transit’s “K-12 Rides Free” program allows Omaha students to ride city buses free...

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR Starting May 10, Metro Transit will be implementing a program that will allow all elementary and high school students in the Omaha...

Derek Chauvin found guilty, now what?

Hannah Michelle Bussa CONTRIBUTOR While former officer Derek Chauvin was found guilty of murdering George Floyd, local leaders have spoken out about the way forward toward...

Board of Regents unanimously appoints Dr. Li as UNO chancellor

Molly Ashford Editor-in-Chief The University of Nebraska Board of Regents voted unanimously to confirm Dr. Joanne Li as the 16th chancellor of the University of Nebraska...

Campus to return to normal operations in fall semester

Molly Ashford Editor-in-Chief University of Nebraska at Omaha leadership announced on Friday that the Fall 2021 semester will return to the “traditional Maverick college experience” with...

UNO TRAC Program to host Decarcerate Nebraska: Common Sense Alternatives to Building a New...

Hannah Michelle Bussa CONTRIBUTOR The TRAC (Transform, Renew, Achieve, Connect) Program at UNO is hosting the event “Decarcerate Nebraska: Common Sense Alternatives to Building a New...

State Senator Megan Hunt’s Bill to Prohibit Conversion Therapy in Nebraska

Hannah Michelle Bussa CONTRIBUTOR Content warning: descriptions of conversion therapy, mentions suicide State Senator Megan Hunt introduced LB 231 in the Nebraska legislature this session to...

Making sense of the misconceptions surrounding the Johnson & Johnson vaccine

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR On April 13, 2021, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) put a...

Freedom for Ed Poindexter

Hannah Michelle Bussa CONTRIBUTOR Though many believe him to be innocent, Ed Poindexter has been in custody since he was arrested in Omaha in August of...