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."

Online Exclusive: Black Lives Matter art exhibit opens at Criss Library

Mason Shumaker Online Contributor The latest art exhibit featured in the Dr. C.C. and Mable L. Criss Library showcases Black Lives Matter, with artwork depicting iconic...

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13th Floor Magazine:

Students in UNO's Writer's Workshop celebrate the release of 13th Floor Magazine at the Dundee Dell.

Eleven movies to look for in 2011

Only a few weeks into the new year, there is still promise that 2011 may be an excellent year for movies. Here is a list of 11 movies coming this year that are making news.

Hello World! Loops and other things

Greetings again, programmers, and welcome to week 2 of Hello World!  Last week we learned a little about Python the programming language.  We learned something about the print() function (more on functions later), variable assignment, and took a (very) brief look at a loop.  Just as a reminder, in case you've forgotten or misplaced your copy of last week's lesson, here's what it looked like:

UNO Brass Ensemble’s semester concert showcases students’ learning

The UNO Brass Ensemble concert on Tuesday, Nov. 6 brought a variety of deep brass and jazz sounds to the Strauss Performing Arts Center's Recital Hall. The evening included performances by the Low Down Brass Ensemble (trombones and tubas) and the Trumpet Ensemble.

Phish hooks fans with special sets, tight performance

Fortunate to escape the end of summer humidity strike in Omaha, Gateway Photo Editor Joe Shearer and I embarked on a "Fear and Loathing" style road trip to "Colorful Colorado," where we were to document the Sept. 2 performance of cult-status rock phenomenon Phish.