Human Rights Week promotes the understanding of rights throughout the UNO community

Madison Smutz CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s (UNO) first­ ever Human Rights Week is Sept. 24 through Oct. 2. It is sponsored by the Goldstein...

OCP’s all-star production welcomes you into their swamp

Hailey Stessman CONTRIBUTOR It was opening weekend for Omaha Community Playhouse’s rendition of “Shrek The Musical,” a family inclusive experience with audience interactive moments and a...

10 Ways to Be a Great Roommate

Kassidy Brown CONTRIBUTOR Sharing your space with someone else can be tough. You tend to get on each other’s nerves occasionally but it’s not impossible to...

The Nun is a Dud

Erik Mauro CONTRIBUTOR The Nun may have been one of the most highly anticipated films of the year. The Nun, a spin-off of The Conjuring 2,...

The art of procrastination

Crystal Kwaw CONTRIBUTOR My ability to hide from homework and deadlines that are impatiently waiting for me, is practically genius. I should add procrastination to my...

The “New Herd” Exits Non-Conference Play With Energy

Rebecca Weis CONTRIBUTOR It is no surprise that people are calling the new volleyball squad the “New Herd” of Omaha. With 11 newcomers to the team, the...

Vaping devices pose a threat to young students

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Despite the falling use of cigarettes amongst young people, nicotine consumption is still on the rise. Vaping devices have given young people...

Skepticism is fair, but Chancellor Gold is handling dual leadership well

Taylor Timberlake CONTRIBUTOR After many months of searching for the new chancellor of UNO and UNMC nothing came up. The board's, chair members and search committees...