Pressure builds for presidential campaign

This year's presidential campaign season is reaching a fever pitch as President Obama and Mitt Romney continue to ramp up their attack strategies. Obama continues to criticize Romney as a crooked capitalist and a friend of the wealthy, using his influence with Bain Capital and big business to make millions at the expense of the middle class. Romney, for his part, has responded by criticizing just about everything there is to the Obama administration, from taxes and jobs to foreign policy, border security, education and social issues.
 


Dudley’s Pizza & Tavern: Mavericks deserve better

Staff Editorial As UNO’s influence on the Aksarben area continues to grow, Dudley’s Pizza & Tavern misses the mark for serving the UNO demographic. Recently, The...

Awards season is upon us!

The Academy Awards, Hollywood's most pretentious night, is just around the corner, and it seems as if the battle for best picture will be one in which America's most honest president and Ben Affleck duel head-to-head. Both Lincoln and Ben Affleck's Argo are respectable pieces of film that portray politics with vigor and unrelenting tension. Both films deserve to be recognized and awarded, but that doesn't mean that tinsel town's favorite circus, known by most as award season, isn't broken.
 


Third-party candidates face unequal hurdles for presidential ballot

 

From the headlines on major news outlets, you'd think that Mitt Romney and Barack Obama are the only candidates for president this year. Exactly as planned.

Insecure about campus security

"Killing at Millard South." "UNL Warns Students of Possible Gunman." "Another Report of Possible Gunman at UNL."


U.S. needs to take stronger action on North Korean humanitarian issues

With recent North Korean nuclear advances, the U.S. has joined the United Nations in enforcing stricter sanctions on the totalitarian state. However, greater economic action must be taken by the U.S. to address the serious humanitarian crises that affect North Korea and the rest of the world.
 


Gender in the workplace: 10 things you didn’t realize perpetrate harassment in the workplace

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Read the other installments of this series here: Part One Part Two In March of 1970, 46 women who worked as researchers, mail girls...

Omaha takes cycling from recreation to transportation

Omaha has a growing cycling community and the city is well on its way to making its streets safer for cyclists. Omaha has the potential to be a bike-friendly city.