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The VIP Center, Creighton Theater and The Lieben Center recently hosted the event Paint Riot Repeat, an opportunity for students to create artwork to be featured in the upcoming senior thesis production, 'Riot Repeat.'
The historic 40th Street Theater was transformed into a spooky runway this past Thursday as approximately 100 attendees gathered to enjoy the “Halloween but Fashion” party hosted by local vintage fashion boutique Roland Fitz.
Decorated sugar skulls, candles and bright yellow marigold flowers lined the vibrant three-tiered altar that represented a traditional ofrenda. The 26th Día de los Muertos exhibit at the El Museo Latino museum celebrates Day of the Dead, a special Mexican holiday that honors loved ones who …
Omaha’s Durham Museum explores the complex topic of race in its new exhibit, RACE: Are We So Different? The exhibit provides a modern scientific understanding of the subject matter, pushing visitors to look past what they thought they knew about race.
Flight Deck, McDonald’s and Subway are some of the few off-campus dining options for students that are within walking distance. Located steps away from Heider Hall, a new restaurant offers a menu with a mix of Asian cuisine, vegetarian dishes and a salad bar.
It’s worth the hype. And when I say it’s worth the hype, it is worth the hype. Winner of 11 Tony Awards, one of the most popular musicals of our time and one of the first rap musicals to hit the stage, “Hamilton” has truly taken over the world of entertainment.
In the first stop on their “Neotheater” Tour, AJR gave their crowd an unforgettable experience filled with effects, storytelling, trumpet solos and of course a set of songs incomparable to many artists.
A colorful array of tea bags and plants was just one of the guests at Creighton’s first on-campus farmer’s market last Friday. Owned by a Creighton alumna, Artemis Teas and Botanicals brought their fresh, whole and organic tea blends to attendees.
A weekend of mingling, exploring and reunions await parents and families who visit campus for Creighton’s annual Family Weekend tradition. The schedule for this year’s three-day weekend that begins Sept. 20 features many on and off-campus activities including a tour of Omaha, a volleyball ga…
Director Aneesh Chaganty’s first feature-length film, “Searching,” reimagines the murder-mystery genre by placing modern technology at the forefront of the story.
Offering a change of pace to a conventional bar, Omaha’s taproom scene is booming. Check out this spotlight on three of Nebraska’s finest microbreweries.
The Kansas City Arrowhead Stadium overflowed Saturday night as 58,611 fans, the largest crowd ever in attendance in the arena, gathered to see a queen just absolutely kill it.
This past summer, Creighton students and assistant professor of theatre Amy Lane collaborated with Shelterbelt Theatre to produce a play titled, “The Dairy Maid-Right.”
If you’re tired of watching and rewatching episodes of “Parks and Recreation,” “The Office” and every new Netflix original series that comes out, then it’s about time you change your viewing habits. There’s no better place to start than with these five hidden gems on Netflix.
A dreary forecast for most of the weekend did nothing to dampen the fun at Omaha’s 2018 Septemberfest. Septemberfest, A Salute to Labor, is a Labor Day tradition in Omaha, dating back all the way to 1977.
The street that runs through Turner Park was bustling with more than 40 vendors, food, drink and live music on Friday, Aug. 31. The Midtown Crossing Night Market was the fourth in a series of five markets, titled “5 NIGHTS on FRIDAYS.”
The night was full of music, dancing and cheering college students as members of sororities, fraternities and freshmen RSP groups gathered in the DJ Sokol Arena Saturday Aug. 25 to compete in the annual Lip Sync Contest.
While Bo Burnham’s directorial debut, “Eighth Grade,” is understated in its loose narrative, its exploration of social pressures on young people shines throughout the film.
Brunch – a cuisine that Omaha proudly serves up in many styles and forms. Omaha’s myriad of brunch destinations can leave hungry citizens overwhelmed by the many diverse options. This then begs the question; what is the best place to brunch in Omaha?
I hate that I’m writing a senior column because that means I’m graduating in a few short weeks and am now saying goodbye and tossing out words of advice to underclassmen who also think graduating is fake. Believe me, I wish that were the case young ones. I’m still in denial.
Good Friday typically commemorates the death of a savior, Jesus Christ. Instead, mine was spent attempting to celebrate the life of one of Creighton’s most influential members of the Jesuit community: the Rev. Richard Hauser, in what I soon would learn were his final days. I decided to meet …
Wes Anderson goes back to animation for his most recent film, “Isle of Dogs,” a fun and playful tale that only wavers because of its sheer amount of characters.
Whether he is on NBC’s popular TV show, “American Ninja Warrior” or working for the Lay Mission Project, Sean Bryan, also known as the Papal Ninja, has made faith and scripture the center of his life.
Nestled deep within the heart of mainland U.S., there is an island of Hawaiian culture thriving at Creighton. Each spring, this island of Hawaiian students known as Hui O Hawaii organizes the Lu’au, a celebration of Hawaiian culture that has become one of Creighton’s biggest annual events.
The Creighton Global Initiative, in partnership with the Global Engagement Office, Student Leadership & Involvement Center and the Creighton Intercultural Center, hosted their second annual global fair on Tuesday, March 27 from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Skutt Ballroom.
The Colleges Against Cancer club hosted the annual Relay For Life event at the Kiewit Fitness Center on Friday, where 700 participants on 27 teams raised more than $40,000.
A vibrant banner that read “We pledge to empower women everywhere,” led the crowd of more than 100 students down to the Morrison Stadium as part of Creighton’s first Women’s Empowerment march. The march was one of few events that were hosted in celebration of Women’s History Month.
Love at first sight, regret, murder and burglaries – the story of “Bonnie and Clyde” by Ivan Menchell came alive on the Lied Education Center for the Arts Studio Theatre stage.