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Anthony Johnson ONLINE REPORTER After a hasty switch to online learning in the spring and a mostly closed campus over the summer, UNO is preparing for...

‘We Thrive in Middle Spaces’: UNO artist illustrates billboard project celebrating BIPOC, LGBTQIA2S+ Omahans

Leta Lohrmeyer EDITOR IN CHIEF As you drive through North Omaha, take a moment to look up and enjoy the colorful art on five new billboards,...

UNO’s Wellness Center open with new COVID-19 procedures

Ashly Willis CONTRIBUTOR Our bodies have been through a lot since we have been cooped up for the past few months. You might have put on...

#SupportBlackBusinesses

Jabin Moore, UNO Student Body President GUEST CONTRIBUTOR After witnessing the great outpouring of support and the amount of people rallying behind the Black Lives Matter...

Just keep swimming? How COVID-19 is impacting one UNO student’s summer

Ashly Willis  CONTRIBUTOR Swimming pools, a favorite summer past-time for many kids, was postponed for at least a month later than expected, putting “summer” on hold...

Napoleon Dynamite’s, “Vote for Pedro” inspires one local business to “Vote for Teddy 2020”

Ashly Willis CONTRIBUTOR   The Gateway does not endorse or advertise any of the businesses or products that are mentioned in this story.  They say that dogs are...

Omaha Farmers Market returns with some fresh-food favorites – along with new restrictions

Ashly Willis  CONTRIBUTOR The Omaha Farmers Market opened this past weekend under health and safety precautions given by the Douglas County Health Department.  “Health and safety are...

UNO professor sees optimism as a way to mend the racial divide within the...

Ashly Willis  CONTRIBUTOR UNO Black Studies professor Cynthia Robinson, Ph.D., speaks out against the racism seen affecting the Omaha communities in recent weeks by reflecting on...