Hello World! What’s your function?

Greetings, future programmers, I hope you had a good Spring Break.  Welcome back to another installment of Hello World!, our continuing series on Python programming. Last month we went over some of the basics of programming - input/output, information processing, and variables - and got into some more advanced topics of arrays and lists. I hope you've been practicing some over the break, because this week we'll be discussing functions.

Next Netflix show to binge watch

Kassidy Brown CONTRIBUTOR Netflix is how people today watch their favorite shows. Whether it's a Netflix Original Series, or a television show, there’s something for everyone–especially...

Hot Eats & Sweet Treats

Living in Omaha is an experience that cannot be fully appreciated until one has begun the taste trek of locally owned restaurants, bakeries and dessert shops located in the Old Market, Dundee and Aksarben Village. 

UNO hosts second annual conducting workshop

Taylor Timberlake CONTRIBUTOR Conducting is the art of leading an ensemble with gestures alone, but it is not as simple as it sounds. Conducting combines the...

Julianne Hough stars as leading lady in ‘Footloose’ remake

The classic 1984 movie "Footloose" has been remade and will be released in theaters Oct 14. Dancer Julianne Hough stars as leading lady Ariel Moore while dancer Kenny Wormald stars as leading man Ren McCormack. Hough, originally discovered as a dancer, has proved she can also sing and act with the release of "Footloose."

World Film Series shows importance of other cultures

Michael Peterson, professor in the Department of Geography and Geology at UNO, began teaching Geography in Film in 2007.

Maha Music Festival comes of age in seventh iteration

By Phil Brown, Reporter The excuses for not attending the Maha Music Festival have officially dwindled to zero for music fan in the city of Omaha.  If we’re being...

A night of classical guitar

UNO's classical guitar players held a fundraiser at the Pizza Shoppe on Feb. 20 to raise money to bring world-renowned guitarist Ricardo Izaoloa. The fundraiser was held from 6 to 10 p.m and featured undergraduate students from the classical guitar department: Melissa Dundis, Jacob Duncan, Ben Eisenberger, Zae Larson, Kevin Sullivan, Max Meyer, Andrew Stickman, Carl Miller, Charles Lime, Blair Koehn and Shawn Daley.