Budget deficits lead to tuition increase – Online Exclusive

Jessica Wade CONTRIBUTOR Finding the financial means to attend a four-year university is a challenge many college students face. If the University of Nebraska loses the...

The Newsgirl Strike of 2017

Kamrin Baker CONTRIBUTOR In 1899, New York’s newsboys went on strike against Joseph Pulitzer’s unfair treatment and payment plan, advocating for child laborers across NYC. This...

The catastrophic phenomena of mass shootings

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Thousands of students walk through UNO’s campus each day. They attend classes, study in the library, meet up with friends at Milo...

The campus runway: what to wear to class

You may not see a spotlight or photographers snapping shots at every turn, but sometimes a college campus can feel more like a runway than anything else you've been through.


Scorched-earth tactics dominate second presidential debate

Jessica Wade COPY EDITOR Donald Trump has called Mexicans rapists and drug dealers, insulted a prisoner of war, suggested a ban on all Muslims entering the...

POINT BLANK

In early October, a 14-year old Pakistani girl, Malala Yousufzai, was targeted for assassination by the Taliban.  Her crime? She just wanted to go to school.  And outspoken advocate for girls' education, she was accused of "promoting western thinking" and marked for death by the infamous fanatics.  She was shot twice, once in the head and once in the neck.  Two other girls were injured in the attack.


Technology a major distraction for students on campus

I have compiled a Top 5 list of things to avoid out of common courtesy.


Letter from the Editor

Greetings, UNO students, faculty, alumni and all other Gateway readers. Welcome to a brand-new year on campus! Taking over as Editor-in-Chief of the Gateway this fall has been a fresh and exciting start to my sophomore year of college.