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  • #Lopers4Life

    #Lopers4Life

    By David Mueller Sports Editor   Senior day couldn’t have panned out much better for the Lopers at Memorial Field on Sunday afternoon. With a 14-1 victory over Lindenwood University, the seniors accumulated the 97th win of their careers. The seniors’ phenomenal leadership and dedication to the club has not gone unseen. It is evident […]

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  • Dancing into the future

    Dancing into the future

    By Jessica Nichols Antelope Staff Before coming to college, Brooke Shoemaker struggled with her confidence in her dance abilities. “Girls in class would get showcased, or pointed out, for doing something that “we all should emulate those girls for,” and I would always get put in the background,” she said. One day though, she got […]

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  • Getting rowdy with Timeflies

    Getting rowdy with Timeflies

    By Jessica Madron JMC 215 Lights down. Hands up. The spring 2015 UNK concert crowd for Timeflies was loud. Girls rocked the skinny jeans and tanks, while many guys sported flannels. The audience looked good. Kicking off the night right, Timeflies came out with an energy that students fed off of immediately. Within seconds of […]

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  • Courtesy The first Bike Bowl was hosted at Kearney State College in 1967.

    Lost tradition pedaling its way back

    By Austin Koeller News Editor The event termed “NASCAR for Bikes” has returned for the second year after a 14-year hiatus What: UNK Bike Bowl When: 10 a.m., April 25 (student race followed by alumni/community race) Where: Nebraska Safety Center, 1801 W. Railroad St., Kearney The Race: Teams consisting of six people – four racers and two pit crew […]

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    Band to mix it up in Sandfjord, Norway

    By Alyssa Sobotka Antelope Staff The UNK Pride of the Plains Marching Band will take their marching skills to a new location this summer, but they won’t be walking the 9,000 miles to Norway from May 13 thru May 19.

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  • Courtesy Nolan Pribnow conducted his research in the piano pedagogy room in UNK’s Fine Arts building. He used the ProformaVision sEMG technology to study visual representations of musicians’ muscular activities during practice and performance.

    Music, muscles, magnetic electrodes

    By Laurie Venteicher Copy Editor Junior piano performance and music education major Nolan Pribnow has conducted undergraduate research for the past three years at UNK, in addition to receiving a Summer Student Research Program (SSRP) last summer. All the projects

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  • Photo by Minji Choi The Korean Intramural soccer team 'Play Boyz' played the American team 'Goat House' April 7. Play Boyz won 3-0. Gyewon Cho, central midfielder, made two goals and Sunwoo Lee succeeded in scoring with the penalty kick.

    Dreams come true for soccer team

    By Minji Choi JMC 215 It was drizzling, but the lights of the Foster field at UNK were on at 10 p.m., and 22 students were running on the field for the intramural soccer game April 6. It was the

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  • Nguyen wins 1st place

    UNK Communications UNK student Nga Nguyen of Hue, Vietnam, won first place in the chemistry undergraduate division of Sigma Xi’s 2015 Student Research Showcase. The event features some of the nation’s top young scientists, who present their research online for

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  • Derek Christopher Shepherd, M.D., also referred to as "McDreamy," is a fictional surgeon from the ABC medical drama Grey's Anatomy, portrayed by actor Patrick Dempsey. Shepherd was happily married to longtime girlfriend Meredith Grey (played by Ellen Pompeo) until his death in season 11.

    Heart-wrenching episode has fans frazzled

    By Emily Moser Antelope Staff Since I was 11 years old, after the first episode aired on March 27, 2005, I sat in front of the television every week and watched “Grey’s Anatomy.” It has been and probably always will

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  • A final farewell

    By Jessica Albin Print/Online Editor To say that the past four years have flown by is an understatement. Everyone warned me coming into college that college passes by faster than high school, and I just didn’t believe them. I also

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  • ‘When Planets Align’

    Dancers shine like stars in annual dance show set to celestial theme. Photos by Jessica Nichols 1. This year’s recital was organized by the Director of Dance, Dayna DeFilippis. DeFilippis got inspiration for When Planets Align by taking an astronomy

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  • Just like riding a bike

    Photos by Alyssa Sobotka 1) The Phi Delta Theta Retro team took home the Gold for the alumni division of the Sat. Apr. 25 Bike Bowl. 2) James Williams breaks the finish line, earning first place for his team, Phi

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