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“A Ghost Story” upholds quality filmmaking

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR On the heels of Disney’s 2016 live-action release of “Pete’s Dragon,” David Lowery has turned his directing efforts back to a more comfortable fare for the filmmaker. The release of “A Ghost Story” reflects more simi-larly the work of 2013’s “Ain’t Them Bodies...

UNO’s timely warnings are not always timely

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha is a place of innovation, discovery and learning, and the thousands of students and faculty who call UNO home should feel safe as they live, learn and work on campus. Unfortunately, even at a relatively safe...

Art workshops teach art to the visually impaired

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Jeremy Johnson, an assistant professor of art and art history at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, is hosting the second annual workshop at UNO aimed at bringing art to the blind and visually impaired. “This idea actually sprouted because my wife is...

Don’t stress – take the bus

Andrew D. Bartholet CONTRIBUTOR Parking at the University of Nebraska at Omaha has become more complicated and more expensive this year. Save yourself the headache, rush and cost that comes with driving to school and consider utilizing the Metro Bus System instead. Although driving has long been...

Queen’s of the Stone Age release technically precise “Villains” album

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR “Villains” is a reliable effort from veteran alternative rock group Queens of the Stone Age. QOTSA know their sound and any average listener knows what to expect. With the exception of minor tweaking, “electronic music in a rock format” evolves into a harder,...

Killing DACA would be killing the American dream

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR The supporters of President Donald Trump’s decision to end the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) policy applaud the move as an end to the “unconstitutional” executive action by former President Obama, which gives undocumented people brought to the United States as...

UNO art exhibit spotlights migrant workers

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER People rarely think about how produce gets to grocery stores. It could start with a mother waking up at 4a.m.to pick blueberries—or a man cutting celery in the sweltering heat. These workers come home with stinging hands and such exhaustion they musts leep...

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER I visited campus to round up some Mavericks who usually have earbuds plugged in and sneakers on their feet. Street style is popular among college students all across the country, but each person has an individual print to smear, a unique...