8 things to do in Omaha for students on a budget

Ashley O’Hara Contributor Being a college student on a tight budget during the summer can lead to boredom. If you stay in Omaha this summer, you...

From fandoms to Dungeons & Dragons, our media choices reveal more than we realize

Nick Diaz Contributor Humans are apt to seek out the path of least resistance: taking the same route to school every day, eating the same...

Behind the scenes at the UNO Theatre Department

Grace Kimnach CONTRIBUTOR A wooden door stands 2 inches tall, surrounded by foot-high walls, sitting atop intricately placed cobblestone shards. Wisps of spaghetti-thin plastic vines wrap...

UNO art gallery showcases graduating students’ work

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Thesis art projects from graduating art students and graphic design students are on display in the Criss Library’s Osborne Gallery and in...

Nebraskan poet Barbara Schmitz speaks at UNO

E.J. Free CONTRIBUTOR Barbara Schmitz always wanted to be a writer. Now known as the Poet of Highway 81, Schmitz has lived and worked in Norfolk, Nebraska,...

Theater professor Doug Paterson retires after 34 years at UNO

Danielle Meadows CONTRIBUTOR All the world’s a stage—and Dr. Doug Paterson, who is retiring in May, proves it. After 43 years of teaching higher education (34 at...

UNO Theatre ends revolutionary season with “Marat/Sade”

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER Closing out UNO Theatre’s season, “Marat/Sade” adds another layer to the theme of revolution. “The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed...

Bemis Center hosts new exhibits exploring heritage and health

Will Patterson A&E Editor The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is hosting two new exhibits at their downtown location near the KANEKO-UNO library. The exhibits, “beginning.breaking.rapid:...