Voices of Survival: Event draws attention to past atrocities, encourages change

Sophie Clark CONTRIBUTOR Dieudonne Manirakiza, a refugee from Burundi, helps Kitty Williams, a Holocaust and Auschwitz survivor, onto the stage. Fatima, a Syrian refugee, follows closely...

QueerFaith challenges faith stereotypes: Series stands as resource for LGBTQIA+

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR On Thursday at 7 p.m., Urban Abbey will host its second in a series of QueerFaith on Campus events, which aim to...

University Hosts Walk in the U.S., Talk on Japan

Marin Krause CONTRIBUTOR The University of Nebraska at Omaha was host to the Walk in the U.S. Talk on Japan, a weeklong Japanese grassroots diplomacy mission...

UNO Plans Week of Spring Break Service

The University of Nebraska at Omaha invites the community to spend spring break in service. The university will be partnering with more than 20...

Journalism Boot Camp returns with W-H photographer Chris Machian

The Gateway Student Newspaper will continue its Journalism Bootcamp lecture series this spring with special guest Chris Machian, an Omaha World-Herald photographer, on Feb....

Making the most of a career fair requires preparation

Ben Nelson CONTRIBUTOR The spring 2016 career fair, held on Feb. 23 at Baxter Arena, will bring close to 100 employers offering everything from internships to...

Research and Creativity Fair Coming to UNO

Bryan Rutan CONTRIBUTOR An event scheduled for next month is giving students at the University of Nebraska at Omaha an opportunity to showcase their research and...

NU President Hank Bounds wants to meet students tonight for free pizza and prizes

By Brooke Criswell ONLINE CONTENT MANAGER You may remember University of Nebraska President Hank Bounds from his speech before President Obama went on stage at Baxter...