Councilman, professor, musician to speak at UNOrthodox

Omaha City Councilman Franklin Thompson is expected to speak about local government during the Nov. 17 installment of the UNOrthodox lecture series.

Fraternity bounces for a cause

Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR For three days straight, members of the Lambda Chi Alpha fraternity jumped on trampolines and slept in tents for their Bounce-A-Thon event in...

Homecoming Week

What's your impression of homecoming this year? How do you think the absence of a football team (as compared to a traditional homecoming) impacts UNO homecoming? What do you think about UNO using a hockey game instead, and what would you like to see for UNO's future homecomings?

Photography exhibit focuses on Holocaust remembrance

The UNO Criss Library is currently hosting an exhibit by photographer Ophir Palmon. The exhibit, "Future, Beware!," is a collection of images taken as part of a larger project to examine the Holocaust through the eyes of Jewish-American teens. UNO and the Council for Holocaust and Genocide Studies are sponsoring the exhibit.

Paranormal Society’s creation linked to unsolved murder on campus

Gabriel Guardado CONTRIBUTOR In December of 1955, 20-year-old UNO student Carolyn Nevins was murdered outside of what is now Arts and Sciences Hall. The murderer was...

Health and wellness fair grows campus awareness

By Tressa Eckerman, Contributor / Photos by Evan Ludes, The Gateway On Nov. 5, the school of Health, Physical Education and Recreation hosted the Health...

Professor bikes for life

For one 8-year-old Omaha girl, biking is the best form of transportation, and the best for the environment.  Meet Ella Eikenberry, daughter of Angela Eikenberry, a UNO associate professor in Public Administration.