Ever since J. K. Rowling released the first Harry Potter book in June of 1997, the Harry Potter series grew into a profitable franchise, spanning seven books and eight movies.
The Creighton Symphonic Band and University Orchestra Fall Concert took place on Nov. 18 on the Mainstage theatre in the Lied Education Center for the Arts.
Omaha’s breweries, namely The Tea Smith, Sozo and Thirst-tea, provide an eclectic range of teas and other beverages and a place for students to sip their drinks and socialize, during these winter months.
This weekend Hailee Domalgaski’s senior thesis, “Take it or Leave it: A Night of Comedy,” premieres at the Lied Education Center for the Arts on Saturday at 8 p.m.
Twenty years after graduating from the Creighton University School of Law, Jayson Ford switched gears from a career in law to publish his own horror-fiction novel, “A Cure for Nightmares.”
Creighton’s Violence Intervention and Prevention Center hosted a film screening and discussion Tuesday evening in which students participated in a workshop about recognizing the signs of relationship abuse.
It was a night full of improv, singing, dancing and poetry as Creighton’s theatre honors fraternity, Alpha Psi Omega, put on its first annual cabaret on Friday night in Creighton’s studio theater.
Portraying figures from Hindu mythology, members of a Creighton theater course performed Wayang Kulit, or Shadow Puppet Theater, in Creighton’s studio theater on Thursday.
The Lied Art Gallery buzzed with excitement on Friday as John Thein presented his latest art exhibition. The gallery, located within Creighton’s own Lied Education Center for the Arts, showcases artists from the local to international level.