Gamergate and the Quinnspiracy

Oct. 1, 2014

The independent games community has been in uproar lately over a giant conspiracy, known as Gamergate.

Head to Head: Trouble brewing over coffee cup salute

Oct. 1, 2014

On Sept. 21, President Obama saluted two Marine guards with a coffee cup in his hand. Video of the incident was posted to the White House Instagram account, and has since sparked discussion.

“How do you feel about people infected with Ebola coming back into the U.S.?”

Oct. 1, 2014

Lane Swedberg
21, senior of North Platte

“I believe it’s a scary situation but…I believe we have the best resources here in America.”

“What do you think about raising the minimum wage to $15 an hour?”

Sep. 24, 2014

Miranda
Oberschulte
20, junior of Grand Island

“I think it’s bologna, you should work up to your pay.”

Is it possible to bomb ISIS into submission?

Sep. 24, 2014

There was a time in my life when I believed that the best way to solve a conflict was to “put warheads on foreheads.”

Op-Ed: Register to vote, I will buy you lunch

Sep. 24, 2014

Eagles, we have a problem. Just 14 percent of young Nebraskans voted last midterm election. We can—and we must—do better this November!

Letter: Share the sidewalk with longboarders

Sep. 24, 2014

I’ll put it bluntly: I’d like people to share the sidewalks.

Laundry room-waits leave us out to dry

Sep. 24, 2014

As much as each student on-campus thinks differently, it’s funny how everyone seems to have the same mindset to do their laundry on Sundays.

League reprimands lack consistency

Sep. 24, 2014

With controversy hovering around the NFL executives and players, the topic of domestic abuse has come to the forefront of the picture in the past few months.

You should be writing

Sep. 17, 2014

I want to tell you a little secret: I hate writing. I hate writing just about as much as any college student, if not more.