New Found Glory celebrates 20 years of music at Sokol Auditorium

Danielle Meadows STAFF REPORTER Two decades ago, New Found Glory consisted of obnoxious teens filled with endless energy and a passion for music. Their performance on...

Skate rink with a reason

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR This winter, Omaha’s Midtown neighborhood will add an activity to its ever-growing list of community events. On Dec. 2, the Rooftop Rink at...

UNO art student’s journey from Columbia to Omaha

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Adriana Montano, a University of Nebraska at Omaha student majoring in studio art, describes her path to becoming an artist as “nonlinear.” “It...

UNO student publishes first novel, “Atlas”

Ashley Quintella CONTRIBUTOR A sense of relief washed over Ethan Free after holding the book in his hands for the first time. It wasn’t a book...

Jane Doe & the No-Names features UNO talent

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER An Omaha-based band Jane Doe & the No-Names is just starting, but their future already looks promising. The band’s first EP, Better...

Omaha and Kansas City’s thriving punk scenes

  Jenna Hynek CONTRIBUTOR Lying to parents is a teenage staple to the screwed-up youth culture. It’s the most thrilling form of rebellion a teenager can commit with...

UNO public art class embraces uncomfortable world

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER The smell of sawdust lingers in the air inside UNO’s Ceramics and Sculpture Lab as students shape plywood into cringe-worthy words. David Helm...

“Bladerunner 2049” stops in box office despite critical praise

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gCcx85zbxz4 “Blade Runner 2049” is not performing well at the box office, but cinema goers shouldn’t let that deceive them. Without a doubt,...