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Snapchat rolled out a new feature giving users their own AI. Courtesy of Jill Smith

Snapchat MyAI raises questions about technology, trust

Jill Smith May 17, 2023

Last week, many Snapchat users received a new friend on their list called MyAI. MyAI is another accessible AI that anyone can use for a multitude of purposes ranging anywhere from recipes to essay writing. I...

The Antelope enters competitions to improve content quality. File Photo

Comm students persevere, thrive despite mid-year move

Antelope Staff May 17, 2023

News is our business, so The Antelope staff is familiar with constant changes in the world. Yet, as we reflect on the year, some major things have happened on a firsthand level — within our newspaper...

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...

Nate Lilla mixes a solution to test for magnetic resonance. Courtesy of Nate Lilla

Research, experience pointed me toward the right degree

NATE LILLA April 27, 2023

Reflecting on my freshman year here at UNK as a health science student, I would say that I enjoyed every step of the way.  When I was originally looking at colleges to obtain my undergraduate...

Singing collapsed my lung during COVID-19 recovery

Singing collapsed my lung during COVID-19 recovery

CHRIS TERRY April 27, 2023

During December of 2020, shortly after having COVID-19, I experienced spontaneous pneumothorax. It's a big, fancy word for a lung deflating like a sad party balloon. According to my doctors, my lung...

Healthcare students visit Columbus Community Hospital. Courtesy of Peggy Abels

Support healthcare students now to end worker shortage

April 27, 2023

Healthcare workers are the ones powering through 10-12 hour shifts — sometimes longer. They’re the ones who carry the burdens of patients on their aching backs and feet. They study countless hours...

Don’t bar minors from seeing live music in a college town

Don’t bar minors from seeing live music in a college town

April 12, 2023

Every Kearney bar has its own personality. Some are dive bars, some are for country dancing, some lure in crowds with food and some are perfect for late-night Bible studies.  But once in a while,...

Career fairs open doors for industrial distribution students. Courtesy photo of Jada High

New opportunities after transferring from another university

JADA HIGH April 12, 2023

[email protected] Transitioning from one phase of life to another can be a challenging experience, and my transition from UNL to UNK was no different.  I absolutely loved the time and...

Courtesy photo by Mariah Watson

Job search: It’s OK to not be employed following graduation

MARIAH WATSON April 12, 2023

[email protected] When I tell people I’m a senior in college, the first thing they ask is what I’m planning to do after I graduate. My answer is the same every time, “to be determined.” With...

Pros & Cons: Potential TikTok Ban in the US

Pros & Cons: Potential TikTok Ban in the US

JADA HIGH April 6, 2023

hi[email protected] As many people know, TikTok has been a topic of controversy in the United States recently. With concerns over data privacy and national security, there have been talks of...

UNK football specialists. Courtesy photo

Just for kicks: The Lifestyle and pressure facing football specialists

KYLE FAILING April 6, 2023

[email protected] On a traditional American football team there are offensive and defensive players, and most of the time a few specialists as well. Specialists are a group of players that...

This is the Antelopes April Fools edition. Photo illustration by Grace McDonald / Antelope Staff

Campus is perfect and there is absolutely nothing wrong

April 1, 2023

Welcome to the perfect campus, where students have nothing to complain about because absolutely nothing is wrong. Yet, somehow the pesky Antelope menaces always find something to whine about the paradise...

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