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  • Allen with Cymbal at UNK

    Senior a ‘cymbal’ of Opportunity

    Haley Allen pushes herself to be a leader on campus, including serving as president for two organizations By Courtney McClellen UNK Communications When she came into college, Haley Allen wanted to try new things and broaden her horizons. Little did she know, the things that she tried and the experiences she had would be so […]

  • white and Stevenson at Alumni house

    White Thankful for Internship at Alumni House

    Work at Alumni House gives junior experience and connections that will last a lifetime By Nick  Stevenson Antelope Staff Located one block south of the campus at 2222 9th Avenue, the Alumni House is the oldest building associated with UNK. It was built as the residence of Dr. A. O. Thomas, the university’s first president. […]

  • The chance of a lifetime

    The chance of a lifetime

    Studying abroad makes forever memories By Jessica Albin Asst. Editor/Copy Editor As a senior getting ready to graduate in May, I constantly find myself asking the same question: where has the time gone? People always said college would go fast, but I don’t think I ever really believed them. With each school year going by […]

  • Newman Center Raises Funds for Safe Water in Haiti

    Newman Center Raises Funds for Safe Water in Haiti

    By Austin Koeller News/Feature Editor “It’s an awesome experience, and I’m glad I get to play for an honorable cause.”​ —Esvin Gomez Students wanted proceeds to go to local charity, Mission II Haiti, for clean, safe water Saturday, a group of students at The Newman Center, a Catholic student ministry at UNK, hosted a soccer […]

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  • Letter to the Editor

    Dear Editor:David Domina is campaigning for a U.S. Senate seat to represent Nebraska.Over 10 years ago, I was fortunate to have had the opportunity of a frontrow seat beside Dave in a U.S. District courtroom in Montgomery, Alabama,representing the U.S

    October 14, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Asai Revisites Korea Over Past Summer

    Asai Revisites Korea Over Past Summer

    By Akiho Someya Antelope Staff If you want to see the world, there are great study abroad programs here at UNK. Particularly, the summer exchange program in South Korea is very exciting for students. In July this past summer, about

    October 8, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Sports (more)

  • Courtesy Photo Ben Grossnicklaus, a pre-nursing major from Aurora, eyes his putt during a practice round. "The future looks bright for the team,” Grossnicklaus says. “After playing during the fall, our coach will know what each of us needs to work on for spring play. That's something we all will benefit from."

    Golfer, Ben Grossnicklaus

    Ben Grossnicklaus joins Nick Stevenson of The Antelope to talk about the Golf team. Grossnicklaus, a sophomore pre-nursing major from Aurora, has been competing in the fall season. Grossnicklaus said he is excited for what the future holds and can’t

    October 15, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Joey Richards Freshman from Prairie, Minn.

    Loper of the Week

    Story and photo By Niki Thompson Sports Editor “I’m most looking forward to nationals coming up in October and duel matches in the spring.” A true freshman playing at No. 1 singles and No. 1 doubles, Richards went a combined

    October 15, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post