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Gender in the workplace: Want to be a part of the change? #MeToo

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Read the other installments of this series here: Part One Part Two Part Three In 2007—10 years before the popular hashtag—Tarana Burke created a movement centered on victims of sexual assault, abuse and harassment: Me Too. Burke, a powerful and determined woman of color, aimed...

MavFORENSICS: What is takes to become a nationally-ranked team

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The University of Nebraska Omaha’s forensics team, MavFORENSICS, has a history of success. The team recently took home the title of Nebraska State Champions for the fourth year in a row, and placed in the top 10 nationally for the ninth...

5 TV shows and movies on Netflix this spring

  (Family Features) Netflix is adding new shows and movies to the service every day. Whether you’re into comedy, suspense, drama or anything in-between, you can find those genres and more on Netflix.com. Here’s some old favorites as well as new content available to stream: My Next...

UNO provides the cultural enrichment events, it’s up to Latino students to take part

Gennesis Guzmán Contributor The following article is a response to the article UNO drops the ball on Latinx student and cultural engagement. My name is Gennesis Guzmán, I am a student at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, I am currently pursuing a double major within...

From Omaha to Pittsburgh, Jake Guentzel makes and an impact

  Erik Mauro Contributor Born and raised in Minnesota, the name “Guentzel” should be very familiar to Omaha area hockey fans. Current Pittsburgh Penguin and former Omaha Maverick Jake Guentzel has made an impact in his hockey career. Picking it up from his Junior League career, Guentzel played...

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 and more for Newsweek filed a lawsuit against the publication for refusing to hire women writers and editors. They worked...

The U.S. must do more to resolve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Palestine is the hottest foreign policy issue upon which no politician will act. What needs to be absolutely clear is that the Palestinian humanitarian crisis is not a partisan issue. Both U.S. parties have made their stance crystal clear—neither are willing to confront...

You should still be angry about Flint, Michigan

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR The water in Flint, Michigan has registered at normal lead levels for months now, experts say. The wounds have still not healed as Gov. Rick Snyder prepares to cut the bottled water program, which allows Flint to still have clean water while their...