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  • Photo by Ana Salazar Pearce with Assistant Director of OMA, Monica Mueller and former grad assistant Jordan Loschen. He had his own camera working to record the first annual OMA “A Walk in their Shoes” event Nov. 5. As vice president of one of the organizations, he worked to promote cross-cultural awareness on campus .

    Pearce asks, ‘who am I?’

    By Ana Salazar JMC 215 Back in 2011 Grant Pearce had to face one big challenge, one of the most important of his life. It was mid-spring and he had decided to do it. He was telling his parents he was homosexual. After coming out, he still questions his sexuality and gender identity, says Pearce […]

  • Courtesy Sarah Koenig unfolds 15-year old murder case with vivid descriptions and elaborate conspiracy theories. Koenig has said, “Serial” is "about the basics: love and death and justice and truth. All these big, big things.” Episodes were released weekly on Thursdays culminating with final episode Thursday Dec. 18. See superstar podcaster Koenig on “Colbert”

    ‘Serial’ world’s most popular podcast: Award-winning journalist turns murder case into a true crime podcast

    By Andrew Hanson Columnist Do you remember what you did a week ago? How about six weeks ago? It’s not easy. Now, try envisioning your answer to that question with a life sentence on the line. That’s what Adnan Syed had to do. In a 21-minute period on the afternoon of Jan. 13, 1999, Syed […]

  • Courtesy Photo The second wedding was in the United States on Aug. 17, 2013 with Stephen’s family and a few friends. It was at Trinity Church in Kearney.

    Marriage beyond nationalities: Two UNK students find love despite their different cultural backgrounds

    By Akiho Someya News Staff Love has no frontier. Two students, Stephen Lillyman, a senior international studies major from Australia, and Eunyoung Kim, a junior business administration major from Seoul, South Korea, got married in 2013. Kim came to UNK in the fall of 2012 as an exchange student for a year; however, she decided […]

  • UNK announces new football coach: Josh Lamberson

    UNK announces new football coach

    By UNK Communications Coaching Experience •University of Central Missouri, Offensive Coordinator/Recruiting Coordinator (2010-14) •Southeastern Oklahoma State University, Quarterbacks/Recruiting Coordinator (2008-10) •Northwest Missouri State University, Graduate Assistant/Quarterbacks (2005-08) The University of Nebraska at Kearney has hired former Central Missouri assistant coach Josh Lamberson as its head football coach, UNK announced Sunday. He was formally introduced at […]

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  • Connor Schulte came into student body leadership with clear ideas

    Finding your passion

    By Shelby Cameron JMC 215 It was a touching and honorable moment. The spring 2014 graduation ceremony, much like every other, was a proud and heart-warming time for many. One young woman stepped up to the podium with a prepared

    January 28, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Photo by Minji Choi To remember her friend, Amy Rundstrom sometimes wears her friend Mary Daake’s clothes as she steps into her new position as director or Academic and Career Services.

    Rundstrom holds Mary Daake close

    Minji Choi JMC 315 As director of Academic Advising and Career Services, Rundstrom thinks back to advice of her mentor and friend Amy Rundstrom, director of Academic Advising and Career Services, stepped into her current position when Mary Daake, her

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  • Rico Ochoa, Viaero Wireless Store Manager and Offensive/Defensive Line Coach for The Colorado Ice. Ochoa played college football with the Lopers.

    Former Loper Ochoa makes career of football

    By David Mueller Antelope Staff Now coaching his third year as offensive and defensive line coach for the Colorado Ice, former football player Rico Ochoa has always had a passion for the gridiron. Sidney native Ochoa played for the Lopers

    January 28, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • David Mueller

    NFL out front again with inflation scandal

    By David Mueller Antelope Staff Tom Brady and the New England Patriots have faced media frenzy after defeating the Indianapolis Colts in the AFC Championship. The Colts were shut down 45-7, to send the Patriots to the eighth Super Bowl

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  • "2015 can be as great as you make it," says senior Marie Bauer

    Block that unrealistic resolution

    By Marie Bauer Antelope Staff January is almost over. Classes are in full swing, homework assigned and late nights and cram sessions are in your future if they haven’t started already. So remember those things you made at the beginning

    January 28, 2015 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Jihyun Kim is an English major from Pohang, South Korea.

    Korean Loper Has First Thanksgiving in Dorchester

    By Jihyun Kim Antelope Staff It was my first Thanksgiving Day in America, and it was my first Thanksgiving break in Dorchester, a small Nebraska town of about 600 people. If it were not for my roommate Jordan Sherman, a

    December 2, 2014 | 0 comments | View Post