Making good calls: The student-broadcasters who help provide a voice for UNO athletics

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR At any Maverick athletics home event, you can be assured that an Omaha student broadcaster is present. Whether they’re sitting courtside or up...

Little Steps, Big Impact steps out to metro area sidewalks

Jimmy Carroll CONTRIBUTOR Students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) this fall semester have probably noticed a set of footprints outside of the Milo...

Couple creates art library for Omaha residents

Megan Fabry A&E EDITOR Art connoisseurs from all around Omaha will now get the chance to rent pieces from local artists at the Omaha Art Lending...

Vaping: What do we know?

Leta Lohymeyer OPINION EDITOR When I walk through campus on a typical day, I see puffs of vapor … and then the scent of cotton candy...

The new age of brick and mortar retail in the digital era

Megan Schneider ONLINE REPORTER The retail marketplace is undergoing a significant transformation due to the “retail apocalypse.” E-commerce is on the rise and many retail stores...

Omaha men’s soccer is held to 1-1 draw by Columbia

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR Sometimes in soccer, moments seem like they are ripped off the pages of a movie script. When the Omaha men’s soccer team took...

Campus Rec to hold fifth annual Glowing “O” 5K Run

Grant Rohan NEWS EDITOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) Campus Recreation will sponsor its fifth annual Glowing “O” 5K Fun Run on Friday, Sept....

“IT: Chapter Two” falls flat in sequel

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR It’s never easy to gauge where on the spectrum any given Stephen King adaptation will land. There doesn’t seem to be any set-in-stone...