Of Mice and Men leaves the audience in awe as they touch on dominance,...

Kylie Squiers CONTRIBUTOR As cast members put themselves in the time of America’s Great Depression, they came to the realization that some aspects have not changed....

Oscar Predictions 2019

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR The 2019 Oscars have been unique to say the least. Normally, a typical slate of Best Pictures will feature mostly good movies with...

Get Carried Away with Disney’s Aladdin The Musical

Natalie McGovern CONTRIBUTOR You won’t have to pretend to enjoy this re-imagined film brought to life theatrically to the stage with Broadway’s “Aladdin” at the Orpheum...

Fun activities to keep away the winter blues

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Everyone knows the winter months are rough for college students. You feel overwhelmed with filling out internship applications, working on assignments and...

Flying Timber popular for corporate team building

Matt Wyant sits in front of a mural at Flying Timbers. Photo by Jessica Wade.Jessica Wade EDITOR IN CHIEF A team that throws axes together,...

Hysterical mishaps, murder and mayhem debut in “The Play that Goes Wrong” 

Natalie McGovern CONTRIBUTOR What happens when you stage a low-budget play that is destined to go wrong from the get go? A whole lot of shenanigans,...

Japanese Wallpaper brings evolving eclectic sound to the Slowdown

Daniel Kuchar CONTRIBUTOR Gab Strum, the Melbourne-based, multi-instrumentalist producer and mastermind behind Japanese Wallpaper brings all kinds of influences together to create his unique and textured...

UNO Weber Art Gallery showcases artwork from faculty out of the state

Hailey Stessman CONTRIBUTOR For the autumn season the Weber Art Gallery at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) hosted the Northwest Missouri State Faculty Invitational...