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The 2021 UNKTober entries are hanging in the Art department hallway.

Art and Design channels Halloween spirit with ‘UNKTober’

KYLIE SCHWAB October 28, 2021
UNK Art and Design welcomes back “UNKtober” for another year of thrills, chills and spooks. Students can sign up for prompts to submit their most creative pieces of art for a chance to win prizes.
Dirty Honey is the only unsigned band to hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart.

Emerging band Dirty Honey to release new album

CASSIE BROWN April 21, 2021
American rock band Dirty Honey has been quick to win the hearts of many rock fans, and they are just getting started. Dirty Honey will release their self-titled debut album Friday.
DMX was a well-known rapper in the ‘90’s, with several billboard hits.

Death of famous rapper DMX shocks nation

LEAH SMITH April 21, 2021
Last week, Earl Simmons, better known as DMX, died from a heart attack. It’s believed that the cause of the heart attack was an overdose. DMX has talked about his struggle with addiction throughout the years.
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One act performances planned after previous cancellation

HANNAH LOFSHULT February 10, 2021
The arts are alive and well during the covid-19 pandemic as the one-acts start up. Despite a delay in mainstage productions, the directing class has no intention of slowing down.
One of D.P. Dough’s popular menu items is the Roni Zoni, a pepperoni calzone.

New business has Kearney in zone for delicious food

KENNY MITCHELL February 10, 2021
After opening in Kearney at the end of last year, D.P. Dough specializes in calzones, wings and other delicious dishes. The restaurant franchise began in the 1980s with a business model specifically geared toward college students.
Miss Pinkerton (Hannah Peterson) shows Mrs. Todd the criminal’s likeness in the newspaper.

‘Old Maid and the Thief’ marks Fine Arts’ return

MITCHELL LIERMAN November 5, 2020

liermanm2@lopers.unk.edu The Department of Music, Theatre and Dance in conjunction with 91.1 KLPR broadcast a production of Gian Carlo Menotti’s “The Old Maid and the Thief” over the weekend....

Theatre students performed “Marat/Sade” in March before theatre was postponed indefinitely.

The show must go on for UNK Theatre

HANNAH LOFSHULT September 10, 2020

lofshulthj@lopers.unk.edu  As social distancing takes its toll on schools across the country, theatre is taking a hard hit. The UNK Theatre Department has had to think outside the box to continue...

Tilly, played by Lucy Haarman, cries as she holds Lilith, played Ashlee Glaser, who has just been stabbed.

Fine arts closes curtains on normal routine

CASSIE BROWN August 20, 2020

brownc4@lopers.unk.edu  This semester is already presenting many challenges for all students and professors. The UNK Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance is determined to make the best of the situation.  John...

The new video studio will be used for classes learning video production in the department of communication.

Mitchell Center opens student video studio

RYAN RANGE August 20, 2020

rangerp@lopers.unk.edu The UNK Department of Communication’s new video studio will be open this fall for media and communications majors as a space to learn and expand their set production knowledge.  The...

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Kearney Street Art

April 14, 2020

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Sade (Max Wohler) tormented the patient playing Jean Paul Marat (Hunter Scow), debating the politics of revolution in front of Marat’s companion Simonne (Darian Wilson).

‘Marat/Sade’ sends shivers throughout audiences

March 18, 2020

GRACE MCDONALDmcdonaldge@lopers.unk.edu The ominous soundtrack of echoed shouts and rumbles set audience members on before the eerie “Marat/Sade” performance put on by the UNK Theater Program last...

Trisha Marie Miller on stage for She Kills Monsters

UNK’s ‘She Kills Monsters’ enchants viewers

October 17, 2019

GRACE MCDONALDmcdonaldge@lopers.unk.edu From the moment the artistic silhouettes illuminated the stage, the audience was transported into a fantasy world filled with ogres, elves, demons, and Dungeon...

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