History of Latinos in Omaha

A few months ago I had to write a story for the Creightonian about an exhibition at El Museo Latino. The story was about three generations of women photographers from Latin America (super cool, check it out here). However, there was another exhibition that also caught my eye. This exhibition was about the history of…

Let’s Catch Up!

I know I have been M.I.A, BUT, I have not forgotten about you!!!!!!!!! This has been an extremely busy semester, I mean, it is my last semester, it has to be. However, that does not mean that I have not done fun things or learned a thing or two during my stressful time! Here is…

Five, fun attractions at the Henry Doorly Zoo

The Henry Doorly Zoo opened in 1894 and received its name inΒ 1963 after Margaret Hitchcock Doorly donated $750,000 to the Zoo, with the condition that the Zoo would be named after her late husband, Henry Doorly. As of today, the zoo has a total of 17,000 animals, it is Nebraska’s #1 attended tourist attraction and…

Does it really make a difference?

After reading “How did fifth-graders spend a snow day? Being angels for sick classmate” by Erin Grace for the Omaha World-Herald and “All She Has, $150,000, Is Going to a University” by Rick Bragg for the New York Times, I realized how details of someone’s life can make a story. Everyone has a story, but…