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Outlandia festival has diverse lineup, unique experience

Outlandia festival has diverse lineup, unique experience

Ella Novak, Staff Writer May 25, 2022

Omaha’s newest addition to the summer schedule is the newest festival Outlandia. Headliners Wilco and The National will be taking the stage alongside multiple other bands including Margo Price, Band...

The inconsistencies of growing up

The inconsistencies of growing up

Jaden Cheloha, Staff Writer May 17, 2022

This is a realization that is not unique to only one person. The idea that life in our teenage years is just blowing us by and we haven’t really stopped to realize is something every high schooler has...

The Durham’s Nelson Mandela Exhibit

May 16, 2022

“Nelson Mandela: The Official Exhibition” is the newest visitor to Omaha’s Durham Museum. The exhibition tells the story of freedom fighter and world leader Nelson Mandela and follows him from his...

“Our Flag Means Death” colorful and timeless story

Noemi Gilbert May 6, 2022

“Our Flag Means Death” is a hilarious and occasionally heartbreaking fictionalized account of 18th-century pirates. It traces the life of Stede Bonnet (Rhys Darby) as he attempts to flee his upper-class...

Dos De Oros offers delicious, authentic tacos

Charlie Yale, Web Editor May 6, 2022

In the parking lot of the O’Reilly Auto Parts shop on South 24th street lies a hidden gem of the Omaha food scene. Dos De Oros, a seemingly inconspicuous taco truck, offers some of the best street tacos...

The Busy Bunny

The Busy Bunny

Anja Kovacevic, Staff Writer May 5, 2022

Proud Puerto-Rican Benito Antonio Martínez Ocasio, commonly known by his stage name Bad Bunny, has been circulating the internet and taking part in numerous ventures. Being one of the world’s largest...

Rod Mullen set to retire after twenty four years at Central

Rod Mullen set to retire after twenty four years at Central

Shyla Youngs, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

For the past 24 years, Rod Mullen has made Central his home in room 113. I, like many others, cannot imagine this school without him next year. From hearing him yell at a kid in the halls to take their...

Wallows validate place in indie music scene with sophomore album

Wallows validate place in indie music scene with sophomore album

Shyla Youngs, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

It’s difficult to stand out as an L.A. based indie band who sings about insecurities, relationships and sadness. However, Wallows have never had a problem holding the attention of a crowd. The band’s...

Top 10 summer activities to try

Ella Levy, Staff Writer May 3, 2022

When looking forward to summer break, many high school students overlook what they will actually do that summer. Some are going to camp, most are getting a job and some are going to stick to sports, but...

The honesty behind A Brush with Love

The honesty behind A Brush with Love

Callan Maher, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

“A Brush with Love” is Mazey Eddings’ first novel. The story follows Harper Horowitz, who is anxiously awaiting placement into a top oral surgery residency program when she crashes into Dan Craige....

CODA movie review

May 2, 2022

Will Smith’s slap wasn’t the only surprise at this year’s Academy Awards. The movie “CODA” was awarded the Oscar for Best Picture, Best Adapted Screenplay and Best Supporting Actor. This Oscar-winning...

Big Green Q food truck review

Alice Larson, Staff Writer May 2, 2022

Summer is just around the corner, as the season’s warmer weather begins to draw Omahans from their winter at-home hibernation, one should consider dining at one of our city’s many fine food truck establishments....

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