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The disrespect of paranormal investigations

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Paranormal investigators from the Omaha and Council Bluffs area came to the UNO campus on Oct. 13 (Friday the 13th) to present and discuss their paranormal findings. Lisa Reda, and other members of the Society of Paranormal Investigators-Nebraska, presented a video detailing the...

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 teaches Art in Public Places, where students are finishing up projects that will soon be seen around campus. Before the...

Hollywood’s dark secret has come to light – it’s time to act

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER The wake of destruction left in the path of Hollywood’s “open secret” golden goose producer trails back nearly three decades. Throughout that time, any opposition was met with blacklisting, lawyers and non-disclosure agreements. His victims include Ashley Judd, Gwyneth Paltrow, Rose McGowan and...

Syrian-American student feels affects from travel bans

Grant Sobetski CONTRIBUTOR While most Omaha residents go to the Lauritzen Gardens or the Old Market for a romantic weekend getaway, Deena Keilany finds them to be places that evoke old, overseas memories. The lush greenery and flowers awaken memories of the flora she would encounter in...

UNO Homecoming Drag Show

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Who’s ready to enjoy a night full of drag?” asked Jessi Hitchins, the director of the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center. The University of Nebraska at Omaha homecoming drag show took place the evening of Oct. 23. The show included performances from students,...

First generation student finds success at UNO

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR Life in college seems straightforward to most. Students choose a major, select classes and pay for them either with their own money or with the help of scholarships and financial aid. However, depending on the background of each student, there are different challenges...

UNO Service Learning Workshop promotes female politicians

Alexandria Wilson CONTRIBUTOR The Thompson Alumni Center on the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Dodge Campus was full of women from all different backgrounds on Oct. 25. The League of Women Voters (LOWV) of Greater Omaha partnered with UNO’s Service Learning Academy to host the sixth biannual...

Omaha volleyball beats Western Illinois and Fort Wayne

Sam Lauritsen CONTRIBUTOR Omaha volleyball extended their winning streak this weekend to three with victories over Western Illinois and Fort Wayne. The Mavericks are now 9-14 overall and 6-4 in conference play. On Oct. 27, Omaha started the weekend with a 3-0 sweep over Western Illinois for...