“Annihilation” does justice for the science-fiction and horror genres

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR “Annihilation,” based on the novel by the same name, is Hollywood’s latest take on science fiction horror. The genre is notorious for...

UNO Archives and Special Collections teaches preservation to students

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER Memories fade over time, but UNO Library's Archives and Special Collections is teaching people how to protect them. Located on the library’s first...

A love letter to the Target dollar section

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER The most dangerous weapon that has ever been handed to me was a Target shopping basket. Red, oval-shaped and encompassing of...

The Omaha Community Playhouse’s production of “James” is a peach.

Adam Abou-Nasr Contributor The theater is one of the most magical places imaginable. Few people can’t be captivated by a well-executed song and dance, and children...

“Game Night” is the least forced comedy in recent years

Hope Schreiner CONTRIBUTOR One of the first true comedies of the year so far, “Game Night” contains sharp, snarky and dark humor that doesn’t go lowbrow...

Joslyn features Ed Ruscha’s artistic homecoming

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Artist Ed Ruscha’s artwork is currently on display on the Joslyn Art Museum. The collection, “Word/Play” marks the first major exhibition of...

UNO student emcees student night at Omaha Fashion Week

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR When people think of Omaha, events and places like the College World Series or the Henry Doorly Zoo may come to mind,...

New exhibition in UNO Art Gallery displays student work

Danielle Meadows SENIOR REPORTER   From bold sculptures to realistic oil paintings, the annual juried art exhibition shows off the skill and diversity of UNO art students. A...