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Bob Warming named men’s soccer coach

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR In the span of one week, the UNO men’s soccer program went from saying goodbye to the program’s founder to greeting a two-time national coach of the year. On March 28, it was announced that Jason Mims would be taking a job with Major...

Human Library provides opportunity to connect with others

Ashley Quintela CONTRIBUTOR Eighteen applications ended up on Claire Chamley’s desk, each with a unique story waiting to be told. From activists and scientists to sexual abuse survivors and veterans, Criss Library’s fourth annual Human Library will feature 14 people to share their stories with whomever wants...

Letter to the editor

Matt Holtmeyer CONTRIBUTOR On March 15, an opinion article was published in The Gateway by the opinion editor in which she expressed her disapproval of the Iowa Legislature’s vote to pass the “Heartbeat Bill,” which would ban abortions after the first detectable heartbeat. Within just the first...

America’s damaging tipping culture

Madeline Miller SENIOR REPORTER Even though the American minimum wage is not enough to cover rent in some places, there are still workers being paid below it. Restaurants are allowed to pay servers below minimum wage as long as tips make up for the difference. It’s...

The Curse of the Bell

Jessica Wade OPINION EDITOR Editor's note: This story was part of our April Fool's edition of the paper and is entirely satirical. University of Nebraska Omaha freshman Lucy Luckless was optimistic about her first semester of college. As she made her way from Maverick Village to the...

2018 Horoscopes

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Editor's note: This story was part of our April Fool's edition of the paper and is entirely satirical. Aquarius (Jan. 20 - Feb.18): Host a family dinner and bring up politics. Create a rift that can never be fully healed. Pisces (Feb. 19 -...

Bemis Center hosts new exhibits exploring heritage and health

Will Patterson A&E Editor The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts is hosting two new exhibits at their downtown location near the KANEKO-UNO library. The exhibits, “beginning.breaking.rapid: Kenji Fujita & Barbara Takenaga” and “Sick Time, Sleepy Time, Crip Time: Against Capitalism’s Temporal Bullying,” feature separate artists and...

LeBron James to play for Omaha

Kenneth Pancake CONTRIBUTOR Editor's note: This story was part of our April Fool's edition of the paper and is entirely satirical. In a widely-anticipated press conference this week, NBA legend Lebron James shocked the world by giving a verbal commitment to play college basketball for the Omaha...