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UNO Theatre ends revolutionary season with “Marat/Sade”

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER Closing out UNO Theatre’s season, “Marat/Sade” adds another layer to the theme of revolution. “The Persecution and Assassination of Jean-Paul Marat as Performed by the Inmates of the Asylum of Charenton Under the Direction of the Marquis de Sade” (often shortened to “Marat/Sade”)...

AIGA-UNO brings art professionals to campus with Starter Kit series

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR The American Institute of Graphic Arts chapter at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (AIGA-UNO) is providing design students opportunities to develop career skills and meet professional designers. AIGA has over 70 chapters across the United States and over 25,000 members. The UNO...

The Top Five Standout “Mavletes” This Year

Ray Koch SPORTS EDITOR Claire Mountjoy: Volleyball, Freshman Libero Claire Mountjoy starts off this list as she comes in at No. 5. As a freshman, she arrived on campus prepared to learn the ropes and gain some experience before being vaulted into a starting role. Early...

Bilingual UNO student strives to become lawyer

Abbie Perry CONTRIBUTOR For many college students, deciding what to do in the future is a difficult task. For University of Nebraska at Omaha junior César Magaña Linares, law school has always been the end goal. Magaña Linares is working toward a bachelor of arts in Latino/Latin...

Governor approves state budget package; NU faces less cuts than originally proposed

Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR The Nebraska Legislature approved the state budget package on Tuesday, which included University of Nebraska funding. Gov. Pete Ricketts signed the package Wednesday. Though the governor’s original proposal included a $23 million cut to NU for the 2018-19 fiscal year, the final approved...

Women’s tennis continues to shine

Andrew Nelson CONTRIBUTOR The Omaha women’s tennis team is in the midst of having their best season since 2016 and lead the Summit League with just two weeks remaining in the regular season. The Mavericks are tied for first place in the conference with previously-ranked Denver...

UNO business major starts successful painting business

Mitch Lienemann CONTRIBUTOR Earning a college degree is a lot like painting a house. First, the desired end result has to be determined. Then comes priming oneself for the work ahead. Finally, after the hard work, both painters and students walk away with a lasting end...

Recap: UNO Baseball vs. NDSU

Mitch Lienemann CONTRIBUTOR The UNO men’s baseball team took on the North Dakota State Bison in a double header on Thursday. The Bison were able to secure two nail biting victories over the Mavericks on Thursday with the final game of the series Friday. Joey Machado...