Wrongfully convicted man speaks on campus

By Ciara Watson CONTRIBUTOR Mr. Yusef Salaam stood over 6-and-a-half-feet tall wearing a gray pinned striped suit as he looked onto the audience. The room in...

Nebraskans with the Red Cross preparing to deploy; assist those in path of Hurricane...

Tim Eaves Contributor As the Carolinas and Virginia prepare for Hurricane Florence to make landfall, 11 Nebraskans are preparing to deploy with the Red Cross. Region...

Happy Veterans’ Day

On Nov. 11, 1918 at 11:00, the guns of World War I fell silent. This moment marked the end of the first great war of the 20th century. It wasn't the longest, but it was one of the bloodiest and most brutal. At the time, its inhumanity was legendary. Millions of young men marched off to war; the casualties numbered in the hundreds of thousands. Entire cities were reduced to rubble as the armies of Europe beat each other to bloody ruin.


President aims to improve student aid experience

In a Gateway exclusive op-ed, President Barack Obama discusses the Student Aid Bill This exclusive op-ed was provided courtesy of Dominque Mann, PR-assistant at the White...

Paris climate change summit

By Trent Ostrom CONTRIBUTOR The “United Nations Conference on Climate Change” held in Paris, France focused on how countries can negotiate plans with each other to...

Standing Rock protesters make a statement

Jessica Wade COPY EDITOR Armed with signs and a megaphone, volunteers and members of the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Inter-Tribal Student Council as well as...

Occupy Wall Street protests reach downtown Omaha

Nearly 1,000 people gathered in the plaza near the City-County building at 17th and Farnam streets on a clear, cool Oct. 15 morning in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement ongoing in New York City.


UNO student wins “Big Fan” gameshow

Cassie Wade NEWS EDITOR Many people have a favorite celebrity but few have had the chance to meet them and test their knowledge about the celebrity...