Nebraska bill proposes to cut Columbus Day

Virginia Gallner CONTRIBUTOR The story of Christopher Columbus has been popularized in schools throughout the United States, where children learn songs about his adventures across the...

Volunteering important for students, faculty

Sara Woods volunteers on numerous boards and helped launch the Community Engagement Center.


Letter to the Editor

 I'd like to provide some insight and reason in response to the "Occupy" articles that have run recently in the Daily Nebraskan newspaper. Unfortunately, it seems the resounding theme is that of income inequality and the excesses of capitalism. The rich have too much and the poor have too little. So what do the protestors want? What are their demands?   


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...

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...

We Can’t Wait:

Over the last few weeks, I've had the opportunity to get out of Washington and talk with folks across the country about how we can create jobs and get our economy growing faster. 


The solution to polarization

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR President Barack Obama delivered his final speech as President of the United States Jan. 10. Comprised of optimism, warnings, and tributes to...

UNO Cribs, Mavericks go head-to-head in dorm wars

By Richard Larson, Opinion Editor This week’s edition of UNO Cribs features best friends, Mackenzie Wenck and Abby Kellen. This is the first time we look...