NU students may see tuition hike next year

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor According to the University of Nebraska budget director, tuition rates for NU students could rise next year.  Chris Kabourek, budget and planning director, has...

UNO competes in Red Bull ‘Paper Wings’ contest

By Brooke Criswell, Contributor Seventy-six universities and over two thousand students participated in the national Red Bull Paper Wings Competition. The event, held Tuesday afternoon at Council Bluffs Municipal...

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...

Nebraska Medicine researcher spearheads study to prevent developmental disorders

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor Nebraska Medicine researcher Steve Caplan, Ph.D., coauthored a study that appeared in the online edition of Nature Cell Biology, one of the...

UNO hosts its first TEDx event

By Eugene Kim, Contributor The inaugural TEDxUNO conference was held at the University of Nebraska at Omaha’s Strauss Performing Arts Center to a sold-out audience on Feb....

Students hold vigil for Chapel Hill victims

By Phil Brown, Reporter Last Monday marked the end of a week since Feb. 10, the fateful day for Deah Barakat, Yusor Abu-Salhaand Razan Abu-Salha, whose home was...

MavForensics named best in the state

By Stefan Snijiders, Contributor For the second time in history, MavForensics, the University of Nebraska at Omaha forensics team was honored as state champions. Over Valentine’s Day weekend,...

Mother of Trayvon Martin speaks at UNO

By Phil Brown, Reporter The death of Trayvon Martin nearly three years ago was a watershed moment in the United States’ recent, troubled relationship with race and...