Being the broke college student: Rite of passage or worrying trend?

Melanie Buer OPINION EDITOR For as long as I’ve been going to school, there has always been this running joke about the broke college student; sitting...

Permit denied to DAPL developers: A win for DAPL protesters, if only temporary

Phil Brown SENIOR REPORTER If someone had asked me a two weeks ago what I thought the chances were of the Obama administration providing a crucial...

Student activities add color to UNO campus

Emily Speck Online Contributor Official mavsync records show 546 student organizations for the 2015-2016 school year. “What we do in our office is what makes college, college,”...

Letter to the Editor: Arts shouldn’t be nationally funded

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR In the last edition of The Gateway, in an article entitled, “An enemy of the truth is an enemy of the arts,” the...

Parking – Enough of the PR-safe “solutions,” as you park in your reserved stalls

By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor Ruffling feathers is a talent I’ve never been proud of, but it often brings a surge of realism to the voice of my...

Millard South shooting result of failures

Much discussion has arisen about the Jan. 5 shooting at Millard South High School by parents, pundits and the press. As students, we feel obligated to lift our own voices and say what we think.


JFK records reveal few secrets

Jose Rodriguez CONTRIBUTOR The National Archives have released 2,891 records related to the assassination of President John F. Kennedy on Oct. 26, but has withheld another portion...

“Spelling Bee,” success

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee" opened Friday, Feb. 18, at the Omaha Community Playhouse with few empty seats in the house.