Marginal raise for Bounds: A year’s worth of earnings for a student

Phil Brown CONTRIBUTOR What would you do with a $30,000 raise? As the epitome of a broke college student, I’d need most of it to pay...

Vampire State

I pushed against the manhole cover and felt cold winter air on my face.  The street above was dark; I took a second to make sure it was safe, and shoving the cover aside, climbed out and pulled Laura up from the sewer.


Flynn is just the first domino to fall

James Hill CONTRIBUTOR National Security Advisor Michael Flynn resigned Feb. 13 for misleading the Vice President and White House officials about his conversations with the Russian...

Stoppage of Keystone brings hope, victory to Nebraskans

By Phil Brown Opinion Editor Americans are living under an oligarchy. The fact that Americans are governed by a ruling elite, in contrast to a democratic...

Staff Editorial: UNO Chancellor’s Twitter presence a missed opportunity for interaction

By Gateway Staff University of Nebraska-Omaha’s Chancellor John Christensen has a Twitter account. This is fairly standard for university leaders, and most people in general. What’s...

Paradise papers show high-profile tax evasion

Ashton Nanninga CONTRIBUTOR “The Wolf of Wall Street,” an eccentric cinematic experience filled with corruption, schedule-one drugs and money. It highlights wealth and the true story...

E-readers: the next step in literary love affairs

Books are wonderful things. There is nothing more exciting than getting a new book and hearing the spine crack for the first time while thumbing through the crisp, sharp pages. They come in all different shapes and sizes: small and thick or short and slim. They add color to any room and say something about who you are.