UNO Theatre’s ‘Orlando’ is a journey through time and gender

Kamrin Baker EDITOR IN CHIEF In the 1920s, famous feminist writer Virginia Woolf engaged in a long romance with a woman: Vita Sackville-West. Both married to...

Balancing classic and contemporary: The Piano Guys

Jared Stranberg CONTRIBUTOR When I used to think of classical music, a few images came to mind. Fancy theaters, grand orchestras, bright stages and boring music...

Five tips for surviving the holidays

Mars Nevada DIGITAL IMAGERY SPECIALIST The holidays are right around the corner and with them come a deluge of articles about where to take the perfect...

Bemis Center helps bring mural to downtown Omaha

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts longs to create an open and diverse dialogue on a wide range of topics. To do...

“Jojo Rabbit” is a heartfelt story in an unlikely place

Bryan Vomacka DIGITAL CONTENT MANAGER Last week, the stress of school, work, an internship and a myriad of things happening in my personal life all came...

UNO students mostly supportive of Disney + launch

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR On Tuesday, Nov. 12, Disney’s much hyped streaming service, Disney+, officially launched. The service offers films and television series from every property Disney...

Art professor relates to students through history and culture

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Art History is a topic that is often hard to understand, but for Professor Amy Morris, Ph.D., she thrives in the complicated...

Durham Museum brings new music exhibit to Omaha

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR The Durham Western Heritage Museum is teaching Omahans history through the lens of rock music in their newest exhibit, “Louder than Words:...