UNO Student finds a home in MavRadio

McKenzy Parsons CONTRIBUTOR From selling candy to being live on the radio, Anna Rodriguez can do it all. Rodriguez is a communication studies major with an emphasis...

Tips for surviving a Zombie Apocalypse from an emergency services instructor

Tyler Davis GUEST WRITER Zombies! At the University of Nebraska at Omaha, we want to ensure students are prepared for every situation. Here are a few...

UNO’s CRANE helps student parents with diaper duty

McKenzy Parsons CONTRIBUTOR Diaper duty! It’s that time, and I don’t mean changing poopy diapers. Caring Resourceful and Nurturing Environment (CRANE) is hosting a diaper drive...

UNO professor speaks about overseas and domestic terrorism

Greg Staskiewicz CONTRIBUTOR Curiosity is one of the greatest drivers of human history. Without it we never would have left footprints on the moon or mapped...

UNO held conference to reflect on relationship between the U.S. and Middle East

Taylor Timberlake CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) held a conference on Sept. 27 for the community to reflect on a part of the...

UNO Researchers use ankle casts to ease leg pain, improve patients’ lives

Charlotte Reilly NEWS EDITOR Researchers at the University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) are helping people with peripheral artery disease (PAD) walk further. PAD is caused by...

Human Rights Week promotes the understanding of rights throughout the UNO community

Madison Smutz CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s (UNO) first­ ever Human Rights Week is Sept. 24 through Oct. 2. It is sponsored by the Goldstein...

Photographers Ignite! The Gateway’s Journalism Boot Camp

The Gateway is teaming up with UNO Communications multimedia specialist Rebecca Gratz to present "Photographers Ignite", our first Journalism Boot Camp session of the...