There’s something rotten in Arizona

Maybe there's something in the water.  Maybe they've spent too much time in the sun.  Or maybe they're just constitutionally incapable of distinguishing right from wrong, but something is clearly wrong with Arizona's most prominent Republican politicians.  Arizona's not known for being the most progressive state in the union; I'm old enough to remember the way they fought against recognizing Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday as a national holiday in the early 1990s.


UNO Gateway editor gets exclusive Q&A with former Sen. Jim Webb

Former Virginia Sen. Jim Webb, who is currently weighing a 2016 presidential bid from the Democratic wing, traveled to the University of Nebraska at...

No easy solutions in Middle East

The turbulent conflicts in the Middle East have many complex causes and no easy solutions.


Get to Know Your Unicameral: Sen. Tony Vargas

Emily White GUEST REPORTER In the first installment of a series introducing us to the people who represent us in Lincoln, student reporter Emily White talks...

Voter’s Guide: Close congressional race

2nd Congressional District Race Brad Ashford (D) The Platform: Supports immigration reform. Supports compromise on the Affordable Care Act. Supports student loan reform and training programs. Supports expanded energy.   Lee Terry...

UNO television hosts congressional debate between Terry and Ashford

By Kelly Langin, Contributor Rep. Lee Terry and Sen. Brad Ashford sounded off on minimum wage, crime laws and the importance of teamwork on Sept....

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...

Victory on all sides

Another election has come and gone. Once again, in our biannual celebration of democracy and

freedom, the American people have gone to the polls and exercised their rights to choose their

representatives, mayors, governors and senators. Across the nation, millions of people went to

their respective voting booths and voted to either throw the bums out or let them stay.

Now what?