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  • Wiggins checks heart

    Wiggins pursues her dreams of nursing with organization, hard work

    By Jessica Nichols For most college students deciding what to do in life is a mystery. However, a select few know what they are meant to do. Janae Wiggins falls into this category. Wiggins, a junior nursing major, has known since a very young age that she wanted to pursue a career in the medical […]

  • UNK baseball team

    Freshman stars contribute to success of Loper Baseball

    By Cait Graf Emerging from high school to college athletics has its difficulties, and perhaps the most trying transition revolves around the expedited competition level in sports. Even the best of the best are forced to adjust because the work ethic, aggressiveness, pace, commitment and expectations are augmented. It is a special situation to see […]

  • tanking

    Kick Locally on Nebraska rivers

    By Brian Bugay The sun is out and it is here to stay – maybe. This is Nebraska, and it could snow tomorrow, but that’s beside the point. This warm weather is getting me in the mood for summer activities, and I am going to assume you would agree with me. There’s swimming, fishing, boating, […]

  • Enactus receives National recognition

    Enactus receives National recognition

    By Adrianna Tarin The Enactus team earned the National Quarter Finalist Runner-up trophy at the 2014 Enactus National Exposition. “Throughout the years we always wished that we could make it to the national stage,” said Miranda Kluthe, a senior business major and president of Enactus. “Through teamwork, delegation, leadership and clear communication, our wish became […]

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  • HSEC

    Health Science Education Complex underway

    By Antelope Staff Healthcare education and access for central and western Nebraska took a giant step forward when ground was broken at a ceremony for a new University of Nebraska project: The Health Science Education Complex. The collaboration between the

    April 18, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • New technology store website is live

    By Antelope Staff The Technology Store on campus has a new website, which can be located at technologystore.unk.edu. Here is some information about the new site: Every product sold is listed on the new website. Links to the Facebook, Dell

    April 18, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Tyler Habrock

    Intramurals Spring into play

    Loper Spotlight Baseball wins series over Washburn at home After splitting their previous four series the baseball team won their first series in over a month, taking three out of four games from Washburn. After splitting the first two games,

    April 18, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Hoffman struggles to fulfill goal to become football coach

    Hoffman struggles to fulfill goal to become football coach

    By Andrew Hoffman “I don’t know.” This is the most common answer to the question, “What do you want to do when you graduate?” I’ve never had problems answering that question. I’ve wanted to coach college football for as long

    April 18, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Not just another dystopian tale

    Not just another dystopian tale

    By Adrianna Tarin “It’s hard to stand out when you’re exactly the same.” After opening weekend of “Divergent,” critics all over the world talked about the downfalls of the first installment of Veronica Roth’s trilogy. With most of today’s critics

    April 2, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

  • '300' sequel shows another side to story

    ’300′ sequel shows another side to story

    By Tessa Kaufman “This is Sparta!”…oh wait I mean Athens. “300: Rise of an Empire” that premiered on March 7 takes on a different spin of the famous Greek Persian War first introduced in the first film “300” released in

    March 12, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Learning for learning’s sake

    Learning for learning’s sake

    By Amanda Schneider A degree should net out more than just a major, maybe even a work of art As the weather gets nicer everyone longs for summer. The end of the semester is coming to a close, which means

    April 17, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post