New Zealand changes gun laws after mass shooting–a stark contrast from America

Grant Gaden CONTRIBUTOR In the wake of the Christchurch mass shootings, New Zealand’s government has quickly acted to introduce a sweeping ban on a range of...

STEM TRAIL Center expands UNO STEM program capabilities

Ashley Morton CONTRIBUTOR STEM educators are in high-demand nationwide and Omaha has certainly been feeling the shortage. The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) is striving to...

I tried CBD oil; here’s how it affected me

Kelsie Newman CONTRIBUTOR I have struggled with anxiety my entire life. As a child, I remember being terrified of clogging the toilet. So, I would never...

A continuation of tradition

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR Since our inception in 1913, the Gateway has been University of Nebraska at Omaha students' number one source for news and events on...

Omaha Baseball mounts furious rally to remain undefeated

Erik Mauro CONTRIBUTOR For all intents and purposes, the Omaha baseball team’s undefeated conference season was going to end. Down 10-1 heading into the seventh inning against...

Omaha Softball off to difficult start of new coaching era

Jack Hoover SPORTS EDITOR For an Omaha Softball team playing its first season under a new coach, there have proven to be a few challenges and...

Retiring volleyball coach leaves indelible mark in the UNO and Omaha Community

San Juana Paramo COPY EDITOR After 29 seasons at the helm of the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) volleyball program, Rose Shires announced her retirement...

How “Shrill” is changing the way we see fat women on TV

Katie Zimmerer CONTRIBUTOR Like many millennials that do not have cable, I was binge watching Hulu when I saw a new trailer for the show “Shrill”...