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Loper Report 2/29/24

Antelope Staff March 1, 2024

This episode of Loper Report covers UNK Basketball, Senior Day, UNK Softball Home Opener PLUS Loper Athlete of the Week! Featuring Ethan McCormick and Lily Roby. Visit The Antelope YouTube page for...

Lopers Speak: What is one thing you can’t leave home without?

Antelope Staff February 26, 2024

  Estefano Paez Business, Senior "I would say probably my glasses because otherwise, I wouldn’t be able to see at all."         Bethany Rother Theatre...

Loper Report: Mic’d up with Leah Jurgens

Antelope Staff February 26, 2024

This week's special edition of the Loper Report had UNK softball's Leah Jurgens mic'd up for a practice prior to their home opener against Briar Cliff. Filmed and edited by Traeton Harimon Visit...

Lopers Speak: What is the worst type of classmate?

Antelope Staff February 16, 2024

  Maria Gonzalez Psychology, Junior "The classmate who shares too much about themselves. I really don’t care and neither does anyone else."         Brenda...

Lopers Speak: What is your ideal Valentine’s date?

Antelope Staff February 16, 2024

  Lainey Schmeits 7-12 Social Studies Education, Junior "Probably lying in bed with my boyfriend and rotting away for the night after eating a bunch of comfort food."           Logan...

Loper Report 2/8/24

Antelope Staff February 9, 2024

The premiere episode of Loper Report for 2024 covers the recent injuries on the Lopers Women's Basketball Team, highlights from this past weekend's Men's Tennis matches and a preview of UNK Softball's...

Underclassmen step up while Lopers battle injuries

Jon Willis February 9, 2024

willisj@lopers.unk.edu Injuries are a part of sports, and for the Loper women’s basketball team, it’s something that they are trying to navigate in the middle of conference play. Fifth year guard...

Loper softball reloaded and ready for 2024

Traeton Harimon February 9, 2024

harimont@lopers.unk.edu After a MIAA tournament appearance during the 2022 season, Loper softball seemed primed to take the next step in their 2023 campaign. Which made the pain of a 16-34 season...

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