“The Bold Type” season three stays on message

Cassie Wade ONLINE REPORTER I have a love-hate relationship with “The Bold Type.” As a young woman, I love watching the main characters’ glamorous lives unfold. As...

UNO students plan “Elmwood Take Back: Self Defense Demonstration”

Jessica Wade Editor-in-Chief In response to the reported sexual assault and assault/attempted kidnapping that took place in Elmwood Park Saturday evening and Wednesday afternoon, University of...

A continuation of tradition

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR Since our inception in 1913, the Gateway has been University of Nebraska at Omaha students' number one source for news and events on...

How “Shrill” is changing the way we see fat women on TV

Katie Zimmerer CONTRIBUTOR Like many millennials that do not have cable, I was binge watching Hulu when I saw a new trailer for the show “Shrill”...

Impostor syndrome is the new black: how good work starts to feel like good...

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR I am a very successful young woman. Without listing my entire resume, I can tell you I started writing for the Huffington...

4 outdoor activities coming to the metro soon

Cassie Wade ONLINE REPORTER Blue skies, the slow return of greenery and sunshine-filled days mean spring has sprung. If you’re ready to shake off the winter...

Best-selling author Nicholas Sparks visits UNO for lecture series

Kamrin Baker DIGITAL EDITOR On Wednesday, best-selling author Nicholas Sparks visited campus as a guest for the annual Marion Marsh Brown Writers Lecture Series. “Visiting college campuses...

Five things you need to know about climate change

Samantha Weideman CONTRIBUTOR The U.S. Youth Climate Strike saw a massive turnout two weeks ago and will see it again May 3. Students across the United...