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  • Photo by Sydney Norris Katie Kovanda, Junior education major from Grand Island hands her card to Cindy Heaston in the cafeteria. Heaston says she likes to be up in the front and enjoys talking to the students.

    ‘Big heart, big smile’

    “Whenever I walk into the cafeteria, and Cindy is there, she always knows my name and has a big bubbly smile on her face” -Zoe Flynn It is noon and students are finishing morning classes. Some students go back to their rooms to do homework, but most students walk to the Nebraskan Student Union where […]

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  • Kate Baker stands next to a tower of some of her favorite books. Baker’s favorite books include anything by James Patterson and J.K. Rowling.

    Baker makes difference volunteering

    Growing up with seven siblings, senior English language arts, education major Kate Baker, from Gibbon, learned how to get involved. “I did just about everything. I did volleyball, basketball, track, trap shooting, softball and dance team. I was also in a lot of clubs growing up. I grew up in a small town so you […]

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  • Loper Seniors Kelsey Fitzgerald and Alexa Hogberg

    Seniors aim for MIAA tourney

    Senior Duo takes to the court Team players set goals for final college season on the court NCAA bylaws allow an athlete four years of eligibility. For seniors Kelsey Fitzgerald and Alexa Hogberg, this season marks the end of playing basketball as Lopers. Both of these women bring experience and leadership to this Loper team. […]

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  • Courtesy Bulin shows off her 4-H Clover Kid ribbon she earned from showing her goat at the Thayer County fair. Bulin continued to show in until she was 18, but mostly sheep.

    Childhood experiences spark dreams

    Rachael Fangmeier Antelope Staff Sara Bulin, senior from Bruning, is majoring in comprehensive biology with a general emphasis and is in the pre-veterinary medicine program. Bulin knew she wanted to be a vet when she was 5 years old, and she followed her original plan. Bulin credits others, who have played a large role in […]

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  • Sports (more)

  • Sports photo of the day

    Sports photo of the day

    Photo by Todd Rundstrom Junior guard Ty Danielson drives to the basket and shoots over Washburn defender Brady Skeens during the first half of the Loper’s game against the Ichabods Saturday December 10th. Danielson scored a career-high 28 points as

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  • Two sports, twice the demand

    Two sports, twice the demand

    Not many are blessed with the ability to compete in two sports, or the time management skills to balance sports with school, but Loper Micheala Hoffman has found a way to make it work. Imagine this. You are a full-time

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  • OP/ED (more)

  • Rylee Murphy JMC 215

    Dreams do come true

    “A simple act of kindness, no matter the size, can impact others more than anyone could imagine”   There are just some things in life that you will never forget because they imprint on you.   I started my softball

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  • Sydney Norris Antelope Staff

    It’s not just about the cup of coffee

    Coffee houses bring soulful sense of warmth A common phrase that I hear on a day to day basis is, “I need coffee”.   While conversing with someone in one of my morning classes, we were discussing the daily need

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