UNO students mostly supportive of Disney + launch

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Disney’s much hyped streaming service, Disney+, officially launched. The service offers films and television series from every property Disney...

I blame it on Mercury

Natasha McCallister CONTRIBUTOR The computer crashed, you’re running late to work and it’s hard to pay attention in class. The small things suddenly become big problems...

Art professor relates to students through history and culture

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Art History is a topic that is often hard to understand, but for Professor Amy Morris, Ph.D., she thrives in the complicated...

Christmas Music: Get on my fa la la la level

Anthony Johnson CONTRIBUTOR Do you hear what I hear? The most wonderful time of the year has begun. You Grinches can whine and groan all you...

No monkey business: Olympic curler John Shuster and his unconventional path to success

Ana Bellinghausen CONTRIBUTOR John Shuster can tell anyone the exact moment that led to his Olympic curling career. It just so happened to be his second...

Kathmandu Momo: A ‘home’ in the wall

Samantha Weideman CONTRIBUTOR When 16-year-old Sagar Gurung first moved from Kathmandu, Nepal, to the United States in 1996, he and his sister would make Nepalese food....

MENstruation: A full analysis of censorship on television networks

Ellie McCartney CONTRIBUTOR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-QEDZkj_Riw The networks ABC, CBS, BBC and others are censoring Thinx’s MENstruation ad depicting men having their periods. The ad features all ages of men...

Gurciullo returns to Omaha to the tune of Frank Sinatra jazz

Megan Schneider ONLINE REPORTER Omaha native and jazz virtuoso Michael Gurciullo has worked with legendary singers like Wayne Newton, landing him gigs in Las Vegas and...