Fall Reading Series Continues at Weber Fine Arts Building

Sara Meadows CONTRIBUTOR Jaye Viner kicked off another night of the Fall Reading Series on Nov. 3 at the Weber Fine Arts Building. Viner read three excerpts...

‘Hamilton’ Review: A Modern-Day History Story

Sara Meadows CONTRIBUTOR Although I’ve never been very fond of history or musicals, “Hamilton” changed my perspective on a lot of things the night I saw...

‘Dune’ Review: The sci-fi epic that we needed, exactly when we needed it

Jackson Piercy CONTRIBUTOR I don’t think it’d be hyperbole on my account to say that this film has given me hope for the film industry moving...

A Piece of Rome in Omaha

Bella Watson OPINION EDITOR On Oct. 8, SEE Global Entertainment brought the beauty of Rome’s Sistine Chapel to Omaha’s Capitol District. The exhibition features lifelike replicas...

‘V/H/S/94’ Review: The sum greater than the parts?

Jackson Piercy CONTRIBUTOR The V/H/S franchise has always been one that scratches an itch for me, being the only really prevalent medium for multiple short pictures...

UNO art graduate returns to display her exhibit in Hexagon Gallery

Sara Meadows CONTRIBUTOR McKenzie Phelps, a 2016 graduate of UNO comes back to present her exhibition, “The Ethereal Body.” “The Ethereal Body” features figurative quilts that were...

‘No Time to Die’ Review: A fair farewell to the blond Bond

Jackson Piercy CONTRIBUTOR I think it’s funny that Daniel Craig’s Bond has gone from one of youthful energy in “Casino Royale” to one that has been...

New Samuel Bak Museum and Academic Learning Center set to open at UNO campus

Sara Meadows CONTRIBUTOR The future Samuel Bak Museum and Academic Learning Center will feature art and social justice, education, visual testimonies and memories regarding the Holocaust. The...