Glo at UNO a hit for the third year in a row

Rebecca Weis CONTRIBUTOR For the past three years, Maverick Productions has put on a night of dancing, loud music and wet paint for the students of...

Female Artists of Omaha: Welcoming a sense of collaboration in the art community

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR In 2018, women are often taught that other women are their competitors. No matter the industry, finding success and climbing the ladder...

Men’s Soccer Drops Opener to UC Davis

Jack Hoover CONTRUBUTOR Sometimes the shots fall your way, and sometimes they don’t. For the Omaha Men’s soccer team on Friday night, those shots were decidedly not...

Carey Dean Moore’s execution demonstrates a misunderstanding of justice

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Carey Dean Moore had been sitting on death row for more than three decades. On Aug. 14, his execution was carried out...

Federal classification of marijuana is scientifically baseless and is hurting those who need it

Ian DeRuiter CONTRIBUTOR By law of the Controlled Substances Act (CSA), marijuana is a Schedule I drug, ranking among drugs like heroin and synthetic opioids. Of...

KANEKO alters reality one exhibit at a time

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR A string of concrete warehouses in Omaha’s Old Market may look like any other building, but once people step inside, they experience...

Ipseity Project highlights ongoing challenges

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR A new exhibit that challenges social and racial issues throughout the world is making its way to the Union for Contemporary Art. The...

Omaha “bands” together for music festival honoring former UNO student

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Friends of the late Scott Limbeck and local musicians teamed up on Friday August 10 to host a celebration of life in...