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‘Troop Zero,’ you’re cute, but weird

Claire Redinger COPY EDITOR  Do you want to help the most poor, struggling fools on the Earth? After watching “Troop Zero,” a family film released from...

Meet Simon Clark: Filmmaker, entrepreneur, student

Candice Mayfield CONTRIBUTOR Three self start-ups, two nationally ranked music videos on public television and one dream. Simon Clark is a student at the University of...

The Invisible Man is an unanticipated success

Jeff Turner  CONTRIBUTOR  It would be easy to write off Leigh Whannell’s adaptation of “The Invisible Man.” This was a movie the trailers undersold in a...

UNO professor honored at annual gender equity banquet

Denaya Lewis CONTRIBUTOR Gender equity means fairness of treatment for women and men, according to their respective needs. While most people receive this every day without...

Nation’s fifth largest fashion supports cancer research and survivors

Rebecca Weis CONTRIBUTOR  Omaha Fashion Week is a time when designers and boutiques can come together and celebrate the one thing they all have in common:...

Emerging Voices: Yuanjun Chen

Jeff Turner  CONTRIBUTOR  Emerging Voices is a series of profiles following writers, artists and performers currently studying at UNO. The profiles cover the personalities of these...

UNO Theatre’s ‘Blood at the Root’ rocks the box office

Mars Nevada  IMAGERY EDITOR  “It’s the rules, it’s the rules,” chants De’Andre (played by Shae’Kell Butler) alone in a jail cell, in “Blood at the Root.”...

A guide to Omaha’s beloved vegan-friendly restaurants

Hailey Stessman OPINION EDITOR “Where do you guys want to go out to eat?” It’s a common question that comes up daily in your life. As your friends...