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  • Major snow makes school a no-go

    Major snow makes school a no-go

    Molly Anson Antelope Staff A rare event, UNK closed for two days after 10-18 inches of snow and even higher drifts Kearney is still reeling from the 10-18 inches of snow that fell on Monday night and Tuesday. Campus was closed Tuesday and Wednesday due to the snowfall, as well as many area schools and […]

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  • Campus issues addressed

    Campus issues addressed

    Shelby Cameron Antelope Staff Political science leads chat about campus climate, student protests nationwide Each participant at the Fireside Chat at the Nebraska Student Union Fireside Lounge Friday, Feb. 5 was provided a sheet listing a number of “demands” related to student protests made by universities across the nation. Many of these demands pushed for […]

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  • Chinese Spring Festival 2016

    Chinese Spring Festival 2016

    Video by JMC 343: TV Workshop   49 total views, 7 views today

    49 total views, 7 views today

  • Though snow blows, college activities must go on

    Though snow blows, college activities must go on

    Katee Daly Antelope Staff “…Sometimes we need an event that won’t cost a lot but will be fun for students, and laser tag is usually a hit for students who come.” For those suffering from a little cabin fever, Loper Programming and Activities Council picked back up with activities after the huge two-day blizzard, with […]

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  • UNK hosts throwback activities

    Andrea Martin JMC 350 Students enjoy kindergarten games, food, and prizes Naptime, recess, the sound of laughter in the background, brings up feeling of nostalgia for many. Well those who said you can’t go back again never went to school

    February 10, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Students seek eagles

    Students seek eagles

    Rachael Fangmeier Antelope Staff For field experience and to apply concepts from class, an ornithology class observes bald eagles in Lexington On Thursday, Jan. 29, the UNK ornithology class of 23 students, instructed by Dr. Letitia Reichart, associate biology professor

    February 10, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • It's elementary, Lopers are ‘hit’ in classroom

    It’s elementary, Lopers are ‘hit’ in classroom

    Sean Laughlin Antelope Staff The UNK baseball program would not be what it is today without the tremendous support from the Kearney community, and each week the Loper team gives back to the future of Kearney as a token of

    February 10, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

  • Everitt raises the bar

    Everitt raises the bar

    Kattie Sadd Antelope Staff UNK track and field high jumper Emily Everitt takes a strong start to her career as a Loper Everitt has found herself competing for more than just first place at her meets. Sitting third in the

    February 10, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

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  • Creed: the new take on the timeless classic

    Creed: the new take on the timeless classic

    Nate Abegglen Antelope Staff To be honest, I began watching “Creed” with the notion that there was a very good chance it could be a disappointment. Anytime you take a classic like “Rocky” and try to tie in a new

    February 4, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post

  • The search for gold: DiCaprio's story

    The search for gold: DiCaprio’s story

    Nathaniel Abegglen Antelope Staff With his sixth nomination, will Leonardo DiCaprio finally get his Oscar? I don’t think too many people would argue that Leonardo DiCaprio is a very talented actor.  He is reveled in the industry and adored by

    January 27, 2016 | 0 comments | View Post