January marks the beginning of the UNO faculty art exhibit.
In a show that only happens every two years, instructors show their latest projects and pieces they have been working on.
The exhibit features media from printmaking and ceramics to interactive digital games and jewelry, from 18 artists.
A few months back, local hip-hop artist Buck Bowen released an EP that gave a small preview of his new direction in music.
Dr. Eric Foner, a Pulitzer Prize winning historian with Columbia University spoke to a packed, eager crowd on Oct. 5.
Speaking in the College of Public Affairs and Community Service building collaborating commons, Foner spoke about his newest book, "The Fiery Trial: Abraham Lincoln and American Slavery." The room was filled with students and faculty of both UNO and UNL.
Though he should be working on tomorrow's cartoon, Jeffrey Koterba's mind drifts. He begins to sketch a man. It is the same man he always sketches. This man is not him, but it is.