The offensive Saint Patrick’s Day drink to avoid

Will Patterson Opinion Editor Saint Patrick’s day always draws crowds to Omaha’s Irish pubs and establishments. But one popular holiday drink—the Irish Car Bomb—carries more baggage...

Op-ed: Unpaid internships are an inequitable and insulting approach to young professional development

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR On the last day of my summer internship last year, I was given a package of peanut M&Ms, and that was the...

Centrism has failed in American politics

Grant Gaden CONTRIBUTOR In the wake of the election of President Donald Trump and the growing left-ward movement by congressmembers Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, NY-D, and Democratic presidential...

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez is fracturing the Democratic party

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR In the last month we have seen multiple Democrats announce their candidacy for President of the United States. It’s great to see so...

The case for Medicare for all

Grant Gaden CONTRIBUTOR In Washington, the idea of universal healthcare seems to many like a far-off dream, but the reality is that 60 percent of Americans...

Michael Cohen’s hearing was necessary—regardless of how Republicans acted

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Just like every other publication in the United States, The Gateway is also running an editorial piece about the Michael Cohen hearing....

Bernie Sanders announces another bid; continues reshaping Democratic Party

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR He’s back for round two. Bernie Sanders has announced his bid for the 2020 presidential election and it comes at a time...

Yearbooks provide an unfiltered view into the past

Jessica Wade EDITOR-IN-CHIEF A photo from the Eastern Virginia Medical School’s 1984 yearbook sparked outrage earlier this month after Democratic Virginia Gov. Ralph Northam confirmed he...