UNO Art Gallery in the upcoming year

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER The University of Nebraska at Omaha Art Gallery displays several exhibits each semester, showing off a variety of artistic mediums that are certain to impress any student. Exhibitions...

Hip hop artist Grieves rocks the Waiting Room with new music

By Jenna Hynek CONTRIBUTOR I arrived at the Waiting Room an hour before Grieves came to the stage. I had done my research—listened to his music, read...

Hear Nebraska blog to curate Holland stage

Stefan Snijders Contributor Local web-based entertainment blog site HearNebraska.org plans to further its involvement with Omaha’s performing arts with a sponsorship in the Holland Stages concert...

Meet UNO professor and award-winning author Lisa Sandlin

Hanna Stock CONTRIBUTOR Lisa Sandlin, creative writing professor at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, is an award-winning author. Sandlin’s love for writing and storytelling didn’t begin...

May the Source be with You

Back in September I wrote about my plan to switch from Windows to Linux. Part of what prompted me to make such a drastic change was the need to stretch my education budget. Cutting myself loose from proprietary software and migrating to open source seemed like a good way to do it. Three months later, I'm still using Ubuntu and I'm quite happy about it. In fact, I've installed it on three of five of my computers at home – one of them is an old Mac Mini that needed a makeover.  


Summer’s best and worst in music

Summer is a time when most students try their best to relax. Whether they're hanging out by the pool, catching up on the latest book or just hanging out with friends, most students have a soundtrack to accompany their summer. This summer has brought several album releases, some being much better than others.
 


Opera Outdoors:

Opera Omaha took their stage outdoors at Midtown Crossing's Turner Park. The performance showcased selections from its upcoming season.