ADJUNCT SPOTLIGHT: Donald C. Simmons Jr.

The Gateway is running an ongoing special feature on members of the University of Nebraska at Omaha adjunct staff. They are the underserved backbone...

Online Exclusive: Omaha Fashion Week celebrates a decade of dazzling designs

Kamrin Baker CONTRIBUTOR Omaha, Nebraska is home to the number one zoo in the world, college baseball’s biggest tournament and the classic Runza sandwich. What residents...

10 reasons to read a book

While packing up The Gateway office,  I came across a red and white bookmark that made me smile. On one side was a list of...

“Luke Cage” pilot episode: “Moment of Truth” stuns and provokes when we need it

Rob Carraher CONTRIBUTOR The uproar surrounding the 2016 Academy Awards was caused by a lack of diversity among the academy’s nominees. That is only part of...

UNO student chooses empowerment over pity

Will Patterson A&E EDITOR Brandon McDermott, a KVNO reporter and a journalism student at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, has forged a path from a...

Sound Shapes’ mixes making music with game play

"Sound Shapes" lies somewhere between a music creation tool and two-dimensional platformer. It's closer to the latter, but playing "Sound Shapes" is as much about creating a song as it is reaching the end of the level.


The Holdup brings reggae beats to the Midwest

By Ray Koch When reggae music meets the Midwest, the crowd reaction may not be what you, or the band expects. Last Wednesday,The Holdup, a reggae-style...

Fury: brutal, unrelenting examination of war boasts exceptional performances

By Tressa Eckerman, Contributor Fury (2014) Director: David Ayer David Ayer made an exceptional impression with his underrated cop thriller “End of Watch” and he’s returned with...