UNO, Alumni Association earn 12 regional awards from CASE VI

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor The University of Nebraska at Omaha won six gold awards and 11 overall awards in the program recognizing the best...

Demonstrators gather in response to Kavanaugh controversy

Photos by Maria Nevada/the Gateway Maria Nevada Photo Editor At noon on Sunday, Sept. 20, in the cold and rain, demonstrators gathered on the intersection of 59th and...

UNO Student’s experience flying during the shutdown

Jeff Turner CONTRIBUTOR The government shutdown is over, but the financial stress it caused is still being felt by government workers throughout the country, especially airport...

Happy Veterans’ Day

On Nov. 11, 1918 at 11:00, the guns of World War I fell silent. This moment marked the end of the first great war of the 20th century. It wasn't the longest, but it was one of the bloodiest and most brutal. At the time, its inhumanity was legendary. Millions of young men marched off to war; the casualties numbered in the hundreds of thousands. Entire cities were reduced to rubble as the armies of Europe beat each other to bloody ruin.


Farmers’ Almanac releases 2014 winter outlook for Midwest

By Kaitlyn Vickers, Contributor Nebraskans thought they had already encountered some of the harshest winters around, but mother nature is here to prove that she...

NU students may see tuition hike next year

By Jackson Taylor, News Editor According to the University of Nebraska budget director, tuition rates for NU students could rise next year.  Chris Kabourek, budget and planning director, has...

Occupy Wall Street protests reach downtown Omaha

Nearly 1,000 people gathered in the plaza near the City-County building at 17th and Farnam streets on a clear, cool Oct. 15 morning in support of the Occupy Wall Street movement ongoing in New York City.


Innocence Project students said to have used hidden wire during interviews

Student journalists for Northwestern University's Medill Innocence Project wore hidden tape recorders during an investigation into an alleged wrongful conviction, prosecutors told a Cook County judge Wednesday.