Decline to Sign: Why voting rights advocates in Nebraska are against the voter ID...

Hannah Michelle Bussa NEWS EDITOR Led by the group Citizens for Voter ID, petitions have started circulating in Nebraska to put a constitutional amendment on the...

Omaha’s Extreme Weather and the “Code Red for Humanity” Report

Hannah Michelle Bussa NEWS EDITOR On August 7, flash floods hit Omaha, catching national attention and damaging businesses, cars, homes and the sewers in some parts...

‘The Students Have Spoken’ University of Nebraska Board of Regents Rejects Anti-CRT Resolution

Anton Johnson ONLINE EDITOR The basement of Varner Hall at the University of Nebraska at Lincoln filled up quickly before Friday’s NU Board of Regents meeting....

UNO’s Center for Afghanistan Studies in Kabul Destroyed by Car Bomb

James Knowles A&E EDITOR Despite its landlocked, dead-center location within the United States, UNO outdoes many of its university peers in international involvement by working towards...

A Second Chance for QTS’s Director

Hailey Stessman MANAGING EDITOR With the spring semester cut short due to the unknowns of COVID-19 in 2019, many individuals were not anticipating the prolonged period...

How to Get Civically Engaged in Omaha

Hannah Michelle Bussa NEWS EDITOR College students at UNO have opportunities to get civically engaged in Omaha this school year. “Participation in local politics tends to be...

New Munroe-Meyer Institute Building Creates New Opportunities

Bella Watson OPINION EDITOR On June 8, UNMC cut the ribbon to its newest addition: a $90 million institution that will house recreational therapy for patients...

UNO’s Response to COVID-19 Amidst the Rise in Cases due to the Delta Variant

Hannah Michelle Bussa NEWS EDITOR UNO students returning to campus this fall need to continue to look for updates on COVID-19 guidance. “The Delta variant is spreading...