What’s wrong with being short, sweet and to the point?

Hailey Stessman CONTRIBUTOR Social media has become an integral way in which society connects today. Ideas, images and conversations are able to reach opposite ends of...

A reflection on recent gun violence

Bryan Vomacka Digital Content Manager On the morning of Aug. 3, 2019, 22 people were killed and 27 more were injured in a mass shooting at...

My favorite color is indigo, and I use they/them pronouns: Why icebreakers should include...

Philly Nevada Digital Imagery Specialist What’s your favorite color? What year are you? What’s your major? Icebreakers … they’re a favorite ritual of teachers, a gesture...

Kara Eastman is doing what every politician should by visiting the U.S.- Mexico border

Kamrin Baker EDITOR IN CHIEF Many of the current United States elected officials would like Americans to believe there is an immigration crisis. However, the emergency...

UNO operates as a safe space for political discourse

Chris Garabrandt CONTRIBUTOR Whether it's news on television, radio or on social media, one might find that politics across the nation seem to be rampant with...

OPINION: “Think About It” training modules poorly execute a necessary resource

By Maria Nevada PHOTO EDITOR with sourcing by Kamrin Baker EDITOR-IN-CHIEF Content warning: sexual violence Consent is no laughing matter. As a sexual assault survivor, I know this. But...

An in-depth profile on Kamala Harris: A candidate for the 2020 presidential election

Megan Schneider Contributor American attorney Kamala Devi Harris has served as junior United States Senator from California since 2017. In January of this year, she officially...

Student journalism is a necessity—and it’s in danger

Will Patterson Opinion Editor Student journalism is in danger. It’s a well-known fact that newspapers across the country have suffered in the past decade—and student newspapers...