Ceramics students hold show at Petshop Gallery

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR University of Nebraska at Omaha art students studying ceramics put on a public gallery show as part of Benson First Friday. The...

Graduating students’ thesis projects on display

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER Pieces by graduating studio art majors will close out the semester at the UNO Art Gallery. From the shading and precise lines that...

Hip hop artist Grieves rocks the Waiting Room with new music

By Jenna Hynek CONTRIBUTOR I arrived at the Waiting Room an hour before Grieves came to the stage. I had done my research—listened to his music, read...

“Justice League” is a poorly executed “Avengers”

By Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Justice League” was pitched as being the next big step for the DC cinematic universe. The premise was to unite several...

Star-studded cast and beautiful cinematography keeps “Murder on the Orient Express” from derailing

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z68frP9Q7XA Hope Schreiner CONTRIBUTOR Based on the novel by Agatha Christie and following the 1974 remake of the same name, “Murder on the Orient Express” is a...

New Found Glory celebrates 20 years of music at Sokol Auditorium

Danielle Meadows STAFF REPORTER Two decades ago, New Found Glory consisted of obnoxious teens filled with endless energy and a passion for music. Their performance on...

Skate rink with a reason

April Knipp CONTRIBUTOR This winter, Omaha’s Midtown neighborhood will add an activity to its ever-growing list of community events. On Dec. 2, the Rooftop Rink at...

UNO art student’s journey from Columbia to Omaha

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Adriana Montano, a University of Nebraska at Omaha student majoring in studio art, describes her path to becoming an artist as “nonlinear.” “It...