Omaha hockey thrills in weekend sweep

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief When asked post-game Saturday if he ever thought Omaha would finish the weekend in first place in the NCHC standings with six points against No. 10...

Mavs unlucky as Jays get two-overtime win in cross town derby

By Avery Wenck, Asst. Sports Editor It’s what will go down as a disappointing defeat for the Mavericks on Sunday evening as they lost to...

“It” revives strong plot in horror genre

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xKJmEC5ieOk Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “It” can easily be described as the most anticipated horror movie of the year. All fans of cinema— regardless of movie taste—...

Devastating injury brings new perspective to Gdowski

Ellie Brecht CONTRIBUTOR Seeing the game of volleyball through a different lens hit UNO Women’s Volleyball player Gess Gdowski unexpectedly during the spring of her freshman...

Protecting free speech should fall to universities

Andrew D. Bartholet CONTRIBUTOR Early this August, North Carolina became the latest of several states to enact legislation that supposedly protects free speech interests at public...

UNO Basketball dates back beyond a century

Written by Joe Gabbert   The Maverick’s basketball program began all the way back in 1911 three years after the founding of the school in 1908...

UNO Archives honor Nebraska’s 150th year of statehood

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The Archives & Special Collections of the University of Nebraska at Omaha are currently displaying art and literature illustrating Nebraska culture. This year...

Opportunity for volunteering with Martin Luther King Junior Day of Service

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor In honor of national Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Jan. 19, the University of Nebraska at Omaha Office of...