An eye-opening look at Anime NebrasKon

Otaku. According to Merriam Webster, this word does not exist. According to other sites, however, it is a Japanese word is used to describe someone who is obsessed with Anime (Japanese animation), Manga (Japanese cartoons)  and video games. Many of us never give this type of culture a good look, but it might be worth looking into. 


Q & A with Nancy Anaya

A senior at UNO, began her modeling career long ago when Ugg boots became cool.


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...

Storage Facility hosts Science Fair

Last weekend, the Old Market's Urban Storage facility had fewer vacant units than usual. The massive warehouse on the southeast corner of 13th and Leavenworth played host to more than 75 artists and performers for a two-part exhibition appropriately titled Science Fair.


Students’ sign art speaks volumes

We are bombarded with images. Some are colorful and bright, intent on getting our attention to make us buy a product or think about a topic in a particular way. Then there are more practical images like the corner stop sign.


Jurassic Park returns in all of its glory, now a 3D experience

We've all seen it. We've all tried recreating the ripple effect in the cup of water. We've all said "cleva' girl" to our friends when they're smart. And we've all squealed when we thought the raptors were going to get the kids in the kitchen.
 


‘Moon’ a tragic story of love and loss

"I imagine this play as if it were an old photo album…a love note left between two pages of a book. It captures a moment in these…people's lives that changes them," read the director's notes from Zack Jennison in the program to his production of "A Moon for the Misbegotten." Jennison's graduate thesis production was simple yet beautiful and executed his vision perfectly.


UNO students, alumni to perform with Needtobreathe

Local band Adelaide is finally back onstage after a short hiatus that began earlier this year. The four-piece alternative act is scheduled to perform with Needtobreathe on Thursday, Sept. 22, at the Bourbon Theatre in Lincoln, Neb.