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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...

How tornado drills helped me survive an earthquake

Katrina Jenkins CONTRIBUTOR I was in the bathroom when a 5.6 magnitude earthquake occurred in the Kansai region of Japan. It was the worst earthquake the...

Online Learning at UNO: A non-traditional way of learning allows more accessibility for a...

Ashly Willis CONTRIBUTOR Coronavirus has become an unprecedented event but the path to success doesn’t have to be. In fact, becoming an online student was one...

UNO instructor cares for husband after liver transplant during pandemic

Karissa Madrigal CONTRIBUTOR Like most University of Nebraska at Omaha faculty, Amy Freshman, scrambled to convert her courses to remote learning due to COVID-19. As co-owner...

A tribute to the Gateway staff seniors

Leta Lohrmeyer EDITOR IN CHIEF As we left the newsroom on March 8, we didn't know it would be our last goodbyes. It might have been...

Quarantine eats: UNO students’ favorite takeout restaurants

Mars Nevada DIGITAL IMAGERY SPECIALIST “But at least we have a lot of restaurants here!” is my usual refrain to people who complain that there is...

JPII Newman Center resumes services on May 4

Leta Lohrmeyer EDITOR-IN-CHIEF St. John Paul II Newman Center will resume Mass on May 4 in accordance with the current COVID-19 restrictions, according to an email...

UNO Criss Library archivist documenting student experiences during pandemic

Elle Love ONLINE REPORTER  UNO Criss Library archivist Claire Du Laney said the “Documenting COVID-19” project was started as a way to give UNO Library’s student...