Small business “Freezing” serves up unique treat in Aksarben

Hanna Stock  ONLINE CONTENT MANAGER As Omaha’s Aksarben Village continues to grow and develop, independently run businesses continue to launch in the area. Freezing, is the newest...

UNO instructor, alumnus pursues doctorate, travels country for research

Juli Oberlander CONTRIBUTOR Growing up along the Missouri River, Brandon Weihs spent a lot of time walking beans with his grandfather. An only child, the geology instructor...

Holocaust by Bullets gives new perspective

PHOTO COURTESY OF SAM & FRANCES FRIED HOLOCAUST & GENOCIDE ACADEMY Erik Mauro; CONTRIBUTOR A...

Mavericks dominate the boards to snap five-game losing streak

By Avery Wenck, Sports Editor University of Nebraska at Omaha men’s basketball snapped a five game skid on Saturday afternoon with an 80-69 victory over conference opponent Denver....

Impeachment, Resignations, Alleged Forgeries: Controversy surrounds 2018-19 Student Presidential Election, Election Commission

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Cassie Wade MANAGING EDITOR Several Student Government members have come forward to discuss controversies surrounding the 2018-2019 student body presidential election and the Election...

Men’s basketball establishes early dominance in Summit League

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR The Mavericks have been firing on all cylinders ever since the middle of their west coast road trip. They thrashed Rice to close...

Military grad reflects on UNO experience

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR “When you turn 18, what do you do? You go see an R-rated movie. You buy a pack of cigarettes. The first thing...

Congressional candidate Kara Eastman’s Q&A with the Gateway

Will Patterson Opinion Editor   Q: What inspired you to run for Congress? Eastman: My mom in 2016 was diagnosed with cancer for the fifth time, and we...