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New Mayor of Lincoln

Ari Saltzman, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019

Lincoln has a new mayor, and his name is Fred Hoiberg. Earlier this month, the former Iowa State basketball player and star coach was introduced as the 28th head coach of the Nebraska men’s basketball program. He joins an athl...

Time for a Coaching Change at Nebraska Basketball

Ari Saltzman, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019

Deep down we all had to know, we had to know that a Nebraska basketball team that was 13-4 and ranked #24 in country was going to let us down. We had to know a team that beat Creighton by 19, Seton Hall by 23, Oklahoma State by 2...

Comeback For the Ages at the Masters

Ari Saltzman, Staff Writer

May 10, 2019

A few weeks ago the greatest comeback in all of sporting history was completed. Tiger Woods won the 83rd playing of the Masters, emerging from a crowded leaderboard in one of the greatest final rounds in major championship hist...

Yalitza Aparicio

Lizbeth Hermosillo-Najar, staff writer

May 8, 2019

Yalitza Aparicio was 2018’s biggest breakout actresses in Mexico. Her role in Roma got her nominated for an Oscar for best actress and landed the cover of Vogue Mexico. She has created lots of buzz in the media, many praising...

Year-round school shows promising signs for education

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

May 2, 2019

A year-round school system can come across as daunting to one hearing the idea for the first time. Students and teachers alike cherish the warm months of not having to worry about school and having a long, relaxing break. However,...

Climate change symptom of global inequality

Mac O'Brien, Staff Writer

April 30, 2019

The cost of climate change for the United States will be massive. The record floods across Nebraska and the Midwest should serve as an indication of the years to come as severe weather becomes more common and temperatures continue to rise. But as muc...

High school students’ brains overworked

Mackenzie Coughlin, Staff Writer

April 19, 2019

As a part of everyone’s daily life, there are plenty of moments of excitement as well as stress. Depending on the person, these stress levels vary, but may not always be recognized or handled. When one lets too much stress build...

April Horoscopes

Simret Habte, Staff Writer

April 15, 2019

Aries- During this month, you might have some bad days when nothing seems to be going right. Focus on the positive parts of your life like your friends or the things you enjoy doing. Don’t lose hope; better days are on their w...

Budget traveling tips to achieve your travel dreams

Molly Ashford, Editor-in-Chief

April 8, 2019

My parents have emphasized travel as an essential part of life and learning since I was a child. While we had previously taken many trips around the country (and sometimes the continent), my family recently took a two-week vacation...

America must lead the world, but the candidates for President don’t want it to

Malcolm Durfee O'Brien, Managing Editor

April 8, 2019

One of the biggest problems with Donald Trump is his abdication of America’s position as a global leader by having withdrawn from the Paris Climate Accords, attempting to withdraw from numerous trade deals, slapping enormous tariffs on ou...

Diet culture encourages disordered eating

Emma Whaley, Executive Editor

March 29, 2019

A lot of people worry that they’re eating too much. We’re taught that portion control is the key to maintaining a healthy body weight. But, sometimes, this message means we end up eating too little.   This diet culture ...

Dapper dudes: summer attire

March 25, 2019

Spring has sprung and summer is coming; warmer weather is soon to strike in Omaha. As winter is fleeting, more appropriate clothing is necessary for comfort throughout the summer season. It is time to exchange hot, thick wool ...

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