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Juice and Callie gossip about Callies crush when he enters the coffee shop. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Say It Out Loud!

Rachel Ostdiek April 26, 2024 Last week UNK Theatre presented “Say It Out Loud”, a play penned by UNK’s own alumna, Lauren Bonk. Deemed by Bonk as an “anti rom-com”, this play explored self-identity...

On the Rocks is a short story written by Theodora Ziolkowski. Photo by Micah Torres / Antelope Staff

Creative writing leads professor on journey to becoming author

Chase Johnson April 26, 2024 From growing up on the East Coast, moving to Texas and ending up in Kearney, Theodora Ziolkowski continues to positively impact students and inspire others while doing what...

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Sports management student brings skills to North Dakota State internship

Gisell Torres April 26, 2024 Among the football players who run the field with determination and skill, there are several people who work behind the scenes. One of those is Mallonee Biehl, a sports management...

Nate Smith performs on stage during LPACs Spring Concert. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Nate Smith: Spring concert sets UNK students’ ‘World on Fire’

Antelope Staff April 15, 2024 Behind all the glitz and glam of cowboy hats and country boots, there are many hours of work and planning that go into putting on a successful concert.  Todd Gottula,...

Students fling powder and water balloons for Holi Festival of Colors. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Holi Festival of Colors

Sydney Tisthammer April 12, 2024 The Global Student Association hosted its annual Holi Festival of Colors. UNK students joined in on the colored powder, water balloon and water gun fun.  Many students...

Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc. pose with their trophy. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Stroll Off

Trinity Law April 5, 2024 It has been four years since the 10th annual Stroll Off. Sigma Lambda Gamma took home gold in the return of the Multicultural Greek Council’s Stroll Off Competition on March 28....

UNK mascot breaks free from pedestal and explores Kearney. Photo illustration by Rachel Ostdiek

Where’s Louie now?

Antelope Staff April 1, 2024

After animal spaying and neutering activists tried to neuter him, Louie broke free from his spot on campus! As officials hunt to find Louie, The Antelope has received photos from people who have spotted...

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Sam Schroeder and Zane Grizzle win election for student body president, vice president

Antelope Staff March 22, 2024

Sam Schroeder and Zane Grizzle have won the election and will serve as UNK's next student body president/regent and vice president. Schroeder and Grizzle won out the voting with 649 votes in their favor...

Cindy Heaston has worked at UNK since 1998. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Service with a smile: Chick-fil-A employee wins students’ hearts

Rachel Ostdiek March 8, 2024 Cindy Heaston, recognizable by most on campus as the friendly face behind the Chick-fil-A counter, is dedicated to being a positive light in students' days.  Since Chick-fil-A...

Bellini, played by Chris Terry, speaks passionately on the ways of the tightrope. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Mirette: 10-year-old helps tightrope walker find courage again

Jenna Heinz March 8, 2024 UNK Theatre students told the tale of courage and conquering one's fears in their production of “Mirette.” Based on a children’s book, the musical follows a 10-year-old girl...

Wengeci Kariuki, Avery Laing and Elda Adoko introduce Junkanoo. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Junkanoo: Festival commemorates Black History Month

Sixto Delgado Sandoval March 1, 2024 The Black Student Association, the African Student Union and Upsilon Eta Upsilon hosted a Junkanoo celebration in honor of Black History Month. A Junkanoo is a Bahamian...

Lea Burkey, cashier at The Graze, has been a cashier in the food industry for 19 years. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Dining hall cashier knows students by name

Sydney Tisthammer February 23, 2024 Lea Burkey is the highlight of The Graze dining experience for many students. The dining hall cashier has an outgoing personality that is unforgettable to others around her.  Burkey...

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