Election analysis: an expected, but significant outcome

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR The midterm elections have wrapped up and effectively changed the function of the United States government. Here is a look back at...

The aftermath of speaking up: where does reporting sexual assault lead?

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR Content warning: this piece includes discussions of sexual abuse and assault. On the day of her testimony against Justice Brett Kavanaugh in front...

Student shares story of sexual assault

Tim CONTRIBUTOR Content warning: This article contains descriptions pertaining to childhood sexual abuse and self-harm. My name is Tim and I am student at the University of...

President Trump’s birthright citizenship abolishment is reason for alarm

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Birthright citizen is something that every American has been taught from an early age. If you are born on American soil you...

Trump’s proposal to privatize the Postal Service is not a solution

Maurice Jones CONTRIBUTOR President Donald Trump wants to sell off the oldest agency in the United States federal government–the Postal Service. Instead of privatizing what...

Anti-abortion groups on campus are misleading and inconsiderate

Kenna Barnes CONTRIBUTOR Using a combination of empathy and rhetoric, young anti-abortion groups are especially dangerous to the safety of the one in four people on...

Why 3,000 is an accurate and comprehensive amount of daily abortions

Lily Gilliland CONTRIBUTOR Recently, Mavericks Students for Life held a peaceful display known as “The Cemetery of the Innocents.” In this display, the organization placed 3,000 white flags inside the UNO Pep...

Why I’m voting across party lines in the upcoming governor election

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR Despite our “party alignment,” there is nothing wrong with voting for a member of the opposite party, which is exactly what I will...