A day in the life of Durango

Elizabeth Stevens CONTRIBUTOR University of Nebraska at Omaha’s faithful mascot, Durango, is always there to breathe energy and school spirit into any UNO event. Whether he...

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.


Five percent tuition increase causes debate at Regents’ meeting

This fall, college will be $135 more expensive.


UNO Gateway editor gets exclusive Q&A with former Sen. Jim Webb

Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, who is currently weighing a 2016 presidential bid from the Democratic wing, traveled to the University of Nebraska at...

Now is the time of year to reflect on New Year’s resolutions for the...

A new year brings renewed hope, thoughts of the future and resolutions to improve upon a certain aspect of life.  Certainly, 2013 will be no different.  But while there will no doubt be bigger crowds at the gym and more shoppers in the health food aisle, New Year's resolutions have also been made at the Sapp Fieldhouse.
 


Freshman Leadership Council gets students involved early, leaves impact on campus

Four years ago this fall, Martha Spangler and Ben Kaipust began their journey to becoming the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s student body president...

Mav PRSSA hosts regional conference, “Building Blocks of a Brand”

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha chapter of Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) hosted the regional conference entitled “Building Blocks...