Locally produced “civic duty” fliers encourage racial profiling

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Jaime Balbuena came home after an overnight shift to find four fliers posted on his door. The fliers read, “A notice to...

Why students should try reading out of class this semester

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR With the fall semester starting, incoming and returning students are probably going to be doing more reading than they did over summer....

UNO hosts second annual conducting workshop

Taylor Timberlake CONTRIBUTOR Conducting is the art of leading an ensemble with gestures alone, but it is not as simple as it sounds. Conducting combines the...

A Review of the Uprising: 2017-18 UNO Athletics

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR The 2017-18 Mavericks had an exciting athletic season. Highlights included the men’s soccer team making their first NCAA tournament appearance and Stephanie Ahrens...

Congressional candidate Kara Eastman’s Q&A with the Gateway

Will Patterson Opinion Editor   Q: What inspired you to run for Congress? Eastman: My mom in 2016 was diagnosed with cancer for the fifth time, and we...

The Rise of the Red Army

Justin Kies CONTRIBUTOR UNO athletes and teams are known for their successes on and off the court—but one driving force behind their teams that some may...

Navigating on-campus housing options

Jessica Wade Editor-in-Chief Moving into a dorm with friends—or more often complete strangers—is a staple of college life. Being close to campus activities and within walking...

UNO student uses DNA to study infectious diseases

Greg Staskiewicz CONTRIBUTOR Held in our blood, waiting to be found, is a key to both the past and the future: DNA. Ryan Ehrlich, a second year...