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Five school supply finds that will send you back to campus in style

Cassie Wade ONLINE REPORTER The 2018-19 school year is upon us at the University of Nebraska at Omaha, but the end of summer doesn’t have to get you down. Beat the back-to-school blues and get organized for the new year with these five awesome, affordable school...

Baxter Arena announces new clear bag policy

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR On Wednesday, Baxter Arena announced that the facility would be adapting a clear bag policy for all athletic and ticketed events, effective immediately. The move was announced on their Twitter page early Wednesday afternoon. Contact was made with all season ticket holders to...

Offensive comments at UNO soccer game spark controversy

Will Patterson Opinion Editor During the Aug. 11 men’s soccer game versus Creighton, a particular University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) sports fan shouted comments about deportation and anti-immigrant sentiment at some players.  Former UNO soccer player and UNO alumnus Lalo Gamboa tweeted, “I’m disgusted that one...

UNO men’s soccer ranked second in Summit League preseason poll

Kenneth Pancake SPORTS EDITOR Omaha men’s soccer enters the 2018 season ranked second in the Summit League, after having won the conference for the first time last year. Under Head Coach Jason Mims, the team hosted the Summit League championship tournament in 2017, defeating the Denver Pioneers...

The Greatway: Landscape Services worker waters the flowers– and soul– of UNO

Kamrin Baker Digital Editor In the effort to promote positivity and trust surrounding journalism, the Gateway aims to write a series of good news stories throughout the year. Titled "the Greatway," we hope to establish a foundation of service and pride in the UNO community. If...

Elon Musk’s “pedo” comment reveals true motives

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR On June 23, a Thai soccer team composed of 11 and 12-year-old boys, accompanied by their coach, explored a cave system after practice. The world watched with fear and anticipation as rescue operations were formed and launched into action. The task was...

UNO holds 15th annual Jazz Camp

Megan Fabry CONTRIBUTOR Eager young musicians walked inside the Milo Bail Student Center with their instruments tucked in a case and music in their hearts, ready to learn new tricks to become better musicians. The University of Nebraska at Omaha (UNO) held their 15th annual Jazz Camp...

Locally produced “civic duty” fliers encourage racial profiling

Will Patterson OPINION EDITOR Jaime Balbuena came home after an overnight shift to find four fliers posted on his door. The fliers read, “A notice to all citizens in the United States of America it is your civic duty to report any and all illegal aliens...