11 UNO alumni to be honored for their service

The University of Nebraska at Omaha's College of Public Affairs and Community Service will honor 11 former students for their contributions to their communities. A...

A story of success

Going through the daily motions of school and becoming adjusted to grueling routines, students often don't stop long enough to appreciate what's at their disposal: the chance to earn a valuable education that in the long run will be beneficial to their future and serve as a catalyst for furthering their careers.


UNO grad student continues legacy of bird study

Charlotte Reilly News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha biology department first began research on migratory sandpipers and plovers in 2004. Joel Jorgensen studied the birds...

Jared Kennedy: Keeping The Gateways legacy alive

Alexa McEvoy CONTRIBUTOR As the newly appointed editor-in-chief for the Gateway’s 2016-2017 year, Jared Kennedy plans to do things a little differently in his new leadership...

UNO professor studies local bats: An important part of the ecosystem fighting disease

Charlotte Reilly CONTRIBUTOR What has four wings, can fly and is a traditional symbol of Halloween? Bats. “They’re not really as creepy as you think,” Madelene Shehan,...

On paper and on point: Criss Library

By Shannon Weeks CONTRIBUTOR “I’m sure it takes a lot of manpower to run the library, but I hardly know anything about who works there or...

UNO Student Body President: Who is she?

Devin Bertelsen ran for Student President-Regent (SPR) because she was proud to be given the chance to represent students at a university like UNO.  In addition to balancing three jobs, taking a full course load, and being SPR, Bertelsen is learning what it takes to be a leader.
 


Thinking off the grid

It's your first semester at UNO and on a bigger campus. It might be intimidating, especially for those of us whose mode of mobility isn't the usual two feet. For those who use wheels to get around, there is additional stress the first few weeks of college. But if you think creatively and try some unique routes, you might feel a bit more confident during your transition to university life.