CenturyLink hosts final hockey game, leaves Maverick fans closer than ever

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor It was a bittersweet ending to the CenturyLink era for the UNO Mavericks. What was a disappointing end to the season could not...

UNO IT school looks to improve Omaha women’s tech opportunities

By Brooke Criswell, Contributor Recently, Omaha made the list out of 54 cities that had a population of 200 thousand or more residents of best cities for women...

The old-fashioned appeal of Omaha’s barber shops

By Rachael Vancanti, Contributor In 1985, country artist Ray Stevens released a song called “The Haircut Song,” a tale in which he tells about various haircut experiences in...

FIBER brings taste of international fiber arts to Omaha

By Andrew Aulner, Contributor The KANEKO in the KANEKO-UNO Library is currently hosting the FIBER exhibit, a collection of fiber and textile artwork that runs the gamut from...

Ortega goal snaps record and winless funk

By Nick Beaulieu, Editor-In-Chief Coming into Saturday’s game, the Omaha Mavericks had not won a game since Feb. 14 against Western Michigan. In a game that determined...

Varsity: Delicious in Dundee

By Chase Winter, Contributor Omaha has its fair share of restaurants. From Persian to Italian, German to Cajun, it can be difficult deciding where to eat....

Women’s basketball leaves Sapp Fieldhouse with two wins

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor The UNO women’s basketball team played their final two games in the Sapp Field house this week and recorded two big wins over Fort Wayne...