This week, UNO's website took on a new look. New templates, layouts and photos are being incrementally added, but many may not know exactly how much time went into these changes.
Early last semester, Erin Owen took over as the director of the Office of Marketing, and previewed changes that include the black, UNO-branded shuttle buses and mail trucks, and now the new website.
In the article "Insecure about Campus Security," published on April 19 in the Opinion Section, Paul Kosel's name was misspelled. The Gateway apologizes for this error.
"I'm Jack Heidel. I'm running for Congress in the Republican primary. My platform is to eliminate the deficit and the incumbent, Lee Terry, is not doing anything about it." A fiscally conservative candidate, Heidel incorporated a touch of humor to his stance, alluding to the sarcasm of obvious conventions he must follow to represent his campaign.
UNO celebrated Native American Heritage Month with a lecture titled "If REDSKINS are illegal...why not these mascots?" pointing out the racism of team mascots named after Native Americans, supposedly in their honor.