“Call Me By Your Name” is a romance ahead of its time

Hope Schreiner CONTRIBUTOR Based on André Aciman‘s novel of the same name, “Call Me By Your Name” takes place in northern Italy in 1983. It follows...

OEAAs spotlight Omaha talent and public voice

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The Omaha Entertainment and Arts Awards are returning for their 12th annual ceremony on Feb. 18. The awards will be taking place...

UNO celebrates Black History Month through arts and education

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR February is Black History Month, and the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Office of Multicultural Affairs is hosting events celebrating and educating...

Legalizing marijuana could stem the use of opioids

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER The world of chronic pain is far beyond the reach of most people’s imaginations. The idea of spending most, if not all,...

Student finds sense of community in Newman Center

Sarah Watson CONTRIBUTOR My freshman year at UNO was an interesting time for me. I had been raised Catholic right here in Omaha, and the private...

Protect the future of Nebraska, fund NU

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR “We have to remain laser-focused on growing Nebraska,” Gov. Pete Ricketts said during his annual State of the State speech. “That means...

Retired UNO math professor runs for Senate seat

Andrew D. Bartholet CONTRIBUTOR A retired University of Nebraska at Omaha math professor, Jack Heidel, formally announced his candidacy for the Republican Party’s senate nomination on...

Department chair receives 2017 President’s Award from the Omaha chapter of the NAACP, shares...

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Dr. Cynthia Robinson, chair of the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Black Studies Department and an associate professor in the School of...