Ignore WBC and maybe they’ll go away

It seems the professional agitators from the infamous Westboro Baptist Church have won another round.  The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Thursday, Oct. 20, that a Nebraska law, intended to keep protesters 500 feet away from funeral locations, is unconstitutional.


An ode to podcasts

It's summa-summa-summa-summa-time, summa-time...and ew, I can't believe I just dredged up Will Smith's old relic of a song.  As much as I love music, I tire easily of listening to the same songs found in my music library, and don't have the extra income to routinely add to said collection.  So what's a gal to do?

 


How to Ride the Bus: The Omaha Metro System

Written by Hannah Gill   One day I’m sure you learned to ride a bike. Out on your driveway, parents picking you up as you fell...

The college admissions scandal that shocked the nation: A unique cheating scheme to gain...

Megan Schneider CONTRIBUTOR In the era of transparency, or lack thereof, the latest celebrity scandal is one for the record books. News of a college admissions...

Bike Riding & Reading: A Message to the Governor and Legislature

Nancy Fulton President of the Nebraska State Education Association Life is like riding a bicycle. To keep your balance you must keep moving. ~ Albert Einstein As...

Students donate time to help those with speech disorders

UNO students help those with speech disorders.


A non-traditional perspective

I've been married, currently hold a few jobs, have been financially independent for some time, and am 29 years old. I don't fit the stereotype of the average college student, but as our economic climate shifts, so must our perspective.


Obama’s strategy in 2012? ‘Anyone but Obama!’

The Gallup daily tracking poll has been tracking the political leanings of U.S. citizens since the 2008 election, and has come up with some interesting results.  Since 2008, the percentage of people who call themselves conservative has increased by 2% while people who call themselves liberal has decreased by 1%.