New policy would limit healthcare for the LGBTQ+ community

Madeline Miller CONTRIBUTOR Many people have not experienced the pain and frustration of being ignored and denied medical care. When doctors have a moral or religious...

Faculty Q&A with Jeremy Johnson of the Art Department

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Not only a pro assistant professor but a pro art advocate, Dr. Jeremy Johnson of the University of Nebraska at Omaha...

Legalizing marijuana could stem the use of opioids

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER The world of chronic pain is far beyond the reach of most people’s imaginations. The idea of spending most, if not all,...

Student finds sense of community in Newman Center

Sarah Watson CONTRIBUTOR My freshman year at UNO was an interesting time for me. I had been raised Catholic right here in Omaha, and the private...

Protect the future of Nebraska, fund NU

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR “We have to remain laser-focused on growing Nebraska,” Gov. Pete Ricketts said during his annual State of the State speech. “That means...

The price of climate change

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR UNO students and faculty braced themselves for the cold weather last week as the wind chill dropped to subzero temperatures, a common...

Paradise papers show high-profile tax evasion

Ashton Nanninga CONTRIBUTOR “The Wolf of Wall Street,” an eccentric cinematic experience filled with corruption, schedule-one drugs and money. It highlights wealth and the true story...

Oprah’s speech was amazing, but she shouldn’t run for president

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER After a fantastic acceptance speech at the Emmy Awards show, some people have been calling for Oprah to run for president. That...