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The Gateway to participate in Omaha Gives! campaign

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The University of Nebraska at Omaha’s student-run newspaper The Gateway, will participate as one of the many nonprofits represented in the annual Omaha Gives! charity event on May 23. Omaha’s 6th annual 24-hour charitable challenge, Omaha Gives! creates opportunity for impactful donations...

UNO professor specializes in unique research topic, the sexual health of pregnant women and new mothers

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief Dr. Sofia Jawed-Wessel is an assistant professor within the School of Health and Kinesiology, the Associate Director of Midlands Sexual Health Research Collaborative and she specializes in a unique area of study. Jawed-Wessel’s research focuses on understanding the sexual health of women...

From fandoms to Dungeons & Dragons, our media choices reveal more than we realize

Nick Diaz Contributor Humans are apt to seek out the path of least resistance: taking the same route to school every day, eating the same foods each week, working the same job year after year. Individuals who buck routine are considered “adventurous” or “wild.” In...

From student worker to business owner, UNO junior shares story of success

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief University of Nebraska Omaha (UNO) junior Matthew Dooley worked for UNO’s Information Technology Services as a student worker. Now, he has his own business. Dooley has been interested in computer science since he was 11 years old. “My family’s computer had broken and...

Douglas County Health Department announces the closing of multiple restaurants

UPDATED: 6:04 P.M., May 10, 2018 Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The Douglas County Health Department (DCHD) announced this morning that multiple Douglas County businesses will be closed due to "failure to pay their food and drink permits as required by law." The list of businesses includes: Joby C’s...

Reports of anti-Semitic fliers found on campus

  UPDATED: 2:04 p.m. May 9, 2018 Jessica Wade Editor in Chief Free speech on college campuses has been a hot-button topic nationwide. From free speech zones to social media posts, the question of balancing free speech with hate speech has been widely debated. As of Tuesday afternoon, it...

Gender in the workplace: Want to be a part of the change? #MeToo

By Kamrin Baker ONLINE REPORTER Read the other installments of this series here: Part One Part Two Part Three In 2007—10 years before the popular hashtag—Tarana Burke created a movement centered on victims of sexual assault, abuse and harassment: Me Too. Burke, a powerful and determined woman of color, aimed...

MavFORENSICS: What is takes to become a nationally-ranked team

Jessica Wade Editor in Chief The University of Nebraska Omaha’s forensics team, MavFORENSICS, has a history of success. The team recently took home the title of Nebraska State Champions for the fourth year in a row, and placed in the top 10 nationally for the ninth...