You should still be angry about Flint, Michigan

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR The water in Flint, Michigan has registered at normal lead levels for months now, experts say. The wounds have still not healed as...

The pros and cons of online courses

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR As class registration winds down, many students are faced with the choice to choose between taking a class in person or online....

UNO cuts trees to make room for new Biomechanics addition

Katherine Hartner CONTRIBUTOR My usual commute to UNO involves parking in Elmwood Park and enjoying (or not enjoying, as seems increasingly common this spring) the weather...

Students should utilize Criss Library

Jared Barton CONTRIBUTOR Undoubtedly, Criss Library is a massive student resource on UNO’s campus. Books, movies, printers and the staff make it a valuable asset to...

UNO drops the ball on Latinx student and cultural engagement

Michael Herndon CONTRIBUTOR Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 is Latino Heritage month, and as a Latino student at UNO, I was excited to see what events...

Gender in the workplace: “You’re not that strong of a leader, Kami.”

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Towards the end of my freshman year of college, I applied to be a resident assistant on Scott Campus. I was...

A ban on plastic bags, good call for Omaha

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR “Paper or plastic?” could be a question coming to an end in Omaha stores. Mayor Jean Stothert brought up the idea on March 28,...

Spies, murder and the danger of misinformation

Ashton Nanninga CONTRIBUTOR Misinformation spreads like wildfire and politics are fuel to the flame. Throughout President Donald Trump’s time in office, the United States’ relations with Russia...