Omaha hip-hop on the rise, but still needs more support

Stefan Snijders Contributor It’s no great mystery that Omaha is predominately a rock and country town. However, rap’s appeal has crossed genres historically like no other. In 2013, the artist Nelly collaborated...

This week in sports

The Omaha cross country team finished in third place in their first meet at Augustana Twilight this weekend. UNO totaled 79 points in the three-mile course at Yankton Trails. Leading...

UNO student newspaper to host Journalism Bootcamp series

The Gateway Student Newspaper will host its first-ever Journalism Bootcamp lecture series. A guest speaker from The Omaha World-Herald will visit the University of Nebraska at...

Who are the Maverick Maniacs?

Brooke Criswell Online Content Editor Some college students may feel like they are maniacs when balancing various activities but there is a group on campus that claims they are the...

Omaha publishers becoming known voice in city’s growing literature scenelast

Brooke Criswell Online Content Manager EAB Publishing is a small but mighty firm that has every skill needed to grow Omaha as a writing community. Tim Benson...

Volunteerism important to UNO and students

Trent Ostrom Contributor While the University of Nebraska at Omaha strives to be a university that calls Omaha home and gives back to the community, students...

UNO Television receives a much-needed studio overhaul

By Jared Kennedy News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha was not a quiet place last summer. Much needed renovations were initiated and work still...

Pitchfork Festival Retrospective

Phillip Brown This past summer, I had the opportunity to represent the newspaper at Pitchfork Music Festival, a three-day celebration of all things indie music....