Winning streak snapped

Jackson Taylor Sports Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha men’s soccer team made their first road trip of the season this weekend, falling at Marquette...

UNO professor attends world congress

By Brooke Criswell Online Content Manager Between Aug. 23 and Aug. 29, Dr. Paul Williams, Religious Studies Program Chair and Curtis Hutt, Assistant Professor of Religious Studies presented at the...

“We Are Your Friends” drops the bass and the ball

  By Trevor Miller Contributor “We Are Your Friends” is the story of an aspiring DJ named Cole Carter (Zac Efron) and his friends trying make it...

Kanye leaves muddled impression with VMA speech

By Kaitlin Vickers CONTRIBUTOR “Bro. Bro! Listen to the kids. First of all, thank you Taylor, for being so gracious and giving me this award this evening,” Kanye West began...

The Old Market makes blues festival a priority

By Derek Munyon Arts & Entertainment Editor The In the Market for Blues Festival will hold its inaugural shows this Saturday at the Harney Street...

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...