“Eminent Domain” hits close to home

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR Family conflict, religion and small town Nebraska values dominant the stage at the world premiere of “Eminent Domain” performed at the Omaha...

Mavs split series with No. 13 Minnesota State in opening weekend

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief In the opening regular season series for both the University of Nebraska at Omaha and Minnesota State University, UNO defeated Minnesota...

UNO splits at Duluth, will face North Dakota in NCHC playoffs

Justin Kies CONTRIBUTOR The UNO Hockey team took the ice for the final regular season series against the Minnesota Duluth Bulldogs at Amsoil Arena on March...

“Happy Death Day” is scary, but not in a good way

By Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Happy Death Day” is the film industry’s latest take of “Groundhog Day,” but spookier.As the Halloween season comes to a close,...

Board of Regents approves $11.6 million biomechanics building expansion

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska Board of Regents approved an $11.6 million expansion to the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s biomechanics research building on Aug. 11, 2017.    The construction...

Summit League watch: Creighton star transferring to Denver

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR Omaha basketball fans who paid close attention to the 2017-18 season remember the Denver Pioneers. On a cold January night, there were 2.4 seconds...

El Museo Latino hosts exhibit featuring women photographers of Mexico

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR El Museo Latino is hosting “Three Generations of Women Photographers,” an exhibit featuring photography from three Mexican photographers documenting different eras in...

Four theaters to visit around Omaha

By Danielle Meadows 1. Bluebarn Theatre “Nureyev’s Eyes” opens March 22 at the Bluebarn Theatre.The play tells a dramatized but true story of the unlikely friendship...