UNO hosts Freethinker Conference

UNO hosted the Midwest Freethinker Conference Aug. 3 through Aug. 5.

Omaha Mayoral Candidate Mark Gudgel Addresses Concerns Relating to Destiny Controversy

Elle Love SENIOR ONLINE REPORTER Omaha Mayoral candidate Mark Gudgel sat down with the Gateway staff to address issues and concerns related to popular Twitch streamer...

University housing in search of RAs

By Cassie Wade CONTRIBUTOR From greeting with a smile on move in day, to mediating disputes between roommates throughout the year, residential assistants play an...

Photo exhibit more than just pictures

"Have you ever been to Chernobyl?"

That's a question that most of us have never been asked.

UNO professor competes in ‘Jeopardy!’ Professors Tournament

Molly Ashford EDITOR-IN-CHIEF UNO English professor and trivia enthusiast Dr. Ramón Guerra competed in the first ever “Jeopardy!” Professors Tournament on Thursday, Dec. 9. The tournament features...

UNO proudly gives back to the military

Written by Alex Elfering, Contributor   The University of Nebraska at Omaha will be giving all active duty members of the military free access to the...

Fast food workers hold strikes in 15 cities

Zach Gilbert NEWS EDITOR As Congress prepares to debate a federal rise in the minimum wage from $7.25 to $15, fast food workers in 15 cities...

College demgraphic a target age for HIV infection

Every year, 50,000 people living in the United States are infected with the human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV, according to the Center for Disease Control and Prevention. That is roughly one new infection every 10 minutes. Statistics also show many of those affected fall into the college-aged demographic.  The CDC estimates 8,294 new cases of HIV in young adults aged 13-24 from 2009 and 9,799 new cases from 2010.
Dr. Jason Coleman, assistant professor in the UNO School of Health, Physical Education and Recreation said several reasons explain why these numbers are on the rise.