Wall Street Journal reporter Nicole Friedman shares advice to future journalists

Juli Oberlander Contributor Nicole Friedman knew she was interested in a potential journalism career when she wrote for her high school newspaper in Piedmont, California. During this...

Family business a tradition at Omaha sporting events

Erik Mauro Contributor “Snow cones! Get ya snow cones!” It’s been a familiar call heard at Omaha sporting events for years. From the Omaha Storm Chasers...

Academic advisor advocates for change through foster parent role

Juli Oberlander Contributor One of Bobby Loud’s greatest joys is his family. For Loud, this family consists of his 17-year-old son Isaiah and the foster...

8 things to do in Omaha for students on a budget

Ashley O’Hara Contributor Being a college student on a tight budget during the summer can lead to boredom. If you stay in Omaha this summer, you...

The Gateway to participate in Omaha Gives! campaign

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s student-run newspaper The Gateway, will participate as one of the many nonprofits represented in the...

From student worker to business owner, UNO junior shares story of success

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) junior Matthew Dooley worked for UNO’s Information Technology Services as a student worker. Now, he has...

Douglas County Health Department announces the closing of multiple restaurants

UPDATED: 6:04 P.M., May 10, 2018 Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The Douglas County Health Department (DCHD) announced this morning that multiple Douglas County businesses will be...

Lifelong learner Bob Miles teaches the ‘genius’ of Warren Buffett

Juli Oberlander CONTRIBUTOR When Bob Miles, who grew up in Detroit, came to Omaha in 1996, he knew little about Berkshire Hathaway. Miles, having visited Omaha only...