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Confirming Kavanaugh to the Supreme Court would be a direct attack on women’s rights

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR “Indelible in the hippocampus is the laughter. The uproarious laughter,” Dr. Christine Blasey Ford said, choking up, in response to a question regarding her memories of teenage sexual trauma during the Kavanaugh Confirmation hearing on Thursday Sept. 27. The thing she remembers most...

Blue October loves Omaha, and Omaha loves Blue October

Photos by Jenna Hynek. Ben Helwig Contributor It’s a common phrase yelled by the lead singer during a concert: “WE LOVE YOU (Insert city here).” Well, when Blue October front-man Justin Furstenfeld said he loved Omaha, he made everyone believe it. The alt-rock band Blue October played to...

Shires Garners 500th Win as Volleyball Rolls to a 3-0 Start

  Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR Head Coach Rose Shires has had a storied career at Omaha. She’s beaten out Tom Osborne as Omaha World Herald’s Nebraska Coach of the Year. She led her team to a national championship in Omaha’s Division II days, where the Mavericks were victorious....

Kavanaugh: the circus in the Senate

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR Sexual assault has been a huge topic in 2018. There have been two Hollywood stars that have been charged and imprisoned due to their horrific actions. No one should have to experience sexual assault. Sexual assault however, should never be politicized like it...

Restaurant Reviews: Celebrate National Taco Day at the perfect local taco joint

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR Cassie Wade ONLINE REPORTER If National Taco Day falls on a Thursday, it’s acceptable to celebrate both Taco Tuesday and National Taco Day with delicious, meat and topping-stuffed tacos, right? At the Gateway, we say yes, it is, and we’re more than happy to help...

“Shortly” gives performance that resonated with audience

Rebecca Weis  CONTRIBUTOR The cast of One Tree Hill once said, “Walk into any club tonight and just look at the kids. Look into their eyes. I mean they’re all looking for something to believe in, and I think that music can be the thing to...

Mavs Go Pro Series: Gina Mancuso

Justin Kies SENIOR STAFF WRITER Born and raised in Omaha, Nebraska, UNO volleyball Assistant Coach Gina Mancuso has managed to stay close to home while playing at the professional level. Mancuso began playing volleyball when she was 12-years-old and graduated from Papillion-La Vista High School as a...

Top 7 fall fun things to do in Omaha

Kassidy Brown CONTRIBUTOR With Fall in full swing, everyone’s ready to go out in sweaters and celebrate the season! There’s tons of fun things to do for Fall that you can experience with your friends and family. Movies, haunted houses, and pumpkin patches are among the...