Anti-abortion groups on campus are misleading and inconsiderate

Kenna Barnes CONTRIBUTOR Using a combination of empathy and rhetoric, young anti-abortion groups are especially dangerous to the safety of the one in four people on...

Why 3,000 is an accurate and comprehensive amount of daily abortions

Lily Gilliland CONTRIBUTOR Recently, Mavericks Students for Life held a peaceful display known as “The Cemetery of the Innocents.” In this display, the organization placed 3,000 white flags inside the UNO Pep...

Why I’m voting across party lines in the upcoming governor election

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR Despite our “party alignment,” there is nothing wrong with voting for a member of the opposite party, which is exactly what I will...

From the campaign itself, why to vote for Kara Eastman

Nathan Johnson CONTRIBUTOR (Editor’s note: Nathan Johnson is a field canvasser for Kara Eastman’s campaign.) Of all the candidates to run for Nebraska’s Second Congressional District in...

A moderate case for Don Bacon

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR (Editor's note: Kenneth Pancake is a staff member of Don Bacon’s campaign) On Nov. 6 voters in Nebraska’s Second Congressional District will have...

Mandatory attendance is unrealistic and unfair to students

Ryan Jaeckel CONTRIBUTOR College is where most of us take our first steps into adulthood. We go to class to learn and prepare ourselves by taking...

Halloween ushers in another year of insensitive costumes

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR It’s Halloween season, and you know what the means: pumpkin carving, seasonal sweets and a plethora of culturally insensitive costumes. The annual cultural...

The Omaha World-Herald Guild is setting a standard

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR The Omaha World-Herald newsroom voted in favor of unionizing earlier this month—on which the Gateway reported first. The move should be seen...