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Students clean the front lawn of the Kearney Womens Club. Photo by Mariah Watson / Antelope Staff

Over 500 Lopers volunteer across Kearney for Big Event

Mariah Watson May 16, 2023

On April 22, over 570 students participated in the Big Event, a student-run community service project. Volunteers served at 80+ sites in Kearney during the morning-long event organized by UNK Student Government.   The...

Letter to the Editor

Letter to the Editor

May 16, 2023

Dear editor, I am submitting the following in response to the student director’s dismissal news appeared in your issue of May 4, 2023. With declining enrollments and degrading moral and ethical values...

If minimum occupancy is not maintained, chapters could lose access to private lounges and study spaces. Photo by Grace McDonald / Antelope Staff

Fraternities discuss future of Martin Hall occupancy

Grace McDonald May 16, 2023

University officials are asking fraternities to fill 30-35% of the 113 beds in Martin Hall this fall. But when occupancy agreements were released near the beginning of April, no fraternity presidents signed...

Amy Rundstrom. Courtesy photo

Former advising director responds to petition after dismissal

Jenna Heinz May 16, 2023

Amy Rundstrom, the director of academic advising and career development at UNK, is sharing details after being removed from her position. On March 21, Rundstrom had a meeting with Kelly Bartling, her supervisor:...

Kristen stands in front of the Cruiser at the Zone Meet. Photo provided by Kristen Wetovick / Antelope Staff

Stick shift made me feel one with the road, my roots 

KRISTEN WETOVICK October 25, 2022

wetovickke@lopers.unk.edu Seventy-three degrees is perfect driving weather when I have no air conditioning. With the windows partially rolled down and the radio tuned in to the classics, I forget...

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