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I had high expectations for Doughmaha, but the prices were too high for the quality of food and the small portion sizes. The most disappointing dish was the Dough/Ice Cream Combo.

Doughmaha disappoints

Evan Vaslow, Staff Reporter
November 18, 2020
Located just across from Millard West on the corner of Renfro Street and 176th Avenue, the cemetery draws in families from all across the neighborhood who come to watch in awe as Smith’s house is illuminated with multi-colored lights and dancing skeletons.

Family guilds “spooktacular” graveyard

Tenley Wright, Chief Photographer
November 6, 2020
During Off Academy, Kevin Keplar (right) is teaching a student to work a boom mic during the “Foley, Can you guess that sound” panel.

Lights, camera, action

Haden Batchelder, Staff Reporter
March 12, 2020
As citizens, law enforcement are intended to serve and protect safety along with prevent crime. Omaha Police Department holds the motto

Policing society

Michelle Zhang, Opinions Editor
February 3, 2020
A map of Omaha created by Dustin Cable at the University of Virginia using 2010 census information. It is the most comprehensive map of racial distribution in America that exists, as reported by Wired, since it maps individuals. Each dot represents a person: blue shows white people, green shows African-American,  orange shows Latino and red shows Asian.

Black and white

Morgan Weir, Staff Reporter
January 24, 2020
Members of National Honors Society pack bags with fruit and juice at Food Bank for the Heartland to be donated to families. “Whenever I have time I always try to do things like this because I really enjoy helping people,” junior Jordan Bakar said. “It was fun engaging with people and working with others to help out the community.”

Feeding the community

Morgan Weir, Staff Reporter
December 13, 2019
Recycling in Omaha is on a downward trend. See info-graphics for stats

Recycling can’t save the earth

Morgan Weir, Staff Reporter
November 19, 2019
In downtown Omaha, junior Kelsie Hansen is seen skipping class and advocating for the climate. Many students around the city area came together for the climate strike. “If more people start talking about climate change, then it allows for the topic to be seen by more people,” Hansen said. “It also makes representatives listen and convince them in the right way to help them help  the climate.”

International Strike

Logan Berggren, Features Editor
October 7, 2019
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