Unsure about your major? Expect that

Crystal Kwaw CONTRIBUTOR Three weeks ago, students bought their backpacks, supplies and overpriced textbooks in preparation for the college journey. What’s really needed besides these things,...

The two problematic sides to the latest Nike outrage

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Nike’s 30th anniversary “Just Do It” ad campaign has gone viral—just as planned. Colin Kaepernick, the former NFL player widely known for...

Mollie Tibbetts’ death has been weaponized by racist ideology

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR It’s not often that the Midwest gains the attention of the entire country. Mollie Tibbett’s death is an exception. All eyes fell...

Editorial: Out-dated policy led me to resign from Student Government

Megan Wade ADVERTISING MANAGER On Aug. 6, I was presented with an ultimatum from the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Student Involvement Office: keep my position...

Universities are political battlegrounds, yet college-aged voter turnout is low

Ashton Nanninga CONTRIBUTOR Universities are often hubs for political discourse. It is rare to walk across a college campus without activists handing out flyers or student...

I can drive, vote, marry and go to war. Why can’t I drink?

  Ian DeRuiter CONTRIBUTOR America has a bizarre notion that 18-year-olds can control all aspects of their life except beverage choice. Most of us here at UNO...

Despite being largely forgotten, Labor Day’s purpose remains ever relevant in our society

John Kretzschmar GUEST WRITER Labor Day stands alone among our national holidays in that it is the only one dedicated to people who just do their...

The Queer Catholic experience of Omaha

Maria Nevada PHOTO EDITOR The Archbishop of Omaha, Bishop George Lucas, has endorsed a new human sexuality curriculum for use in some schools in the archdiocese....