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The role of campus engagement in facilitating future careers

Brianna White September 15, 2023

Success in your future career isn't determined only by what you learn in the classroom, but by the experiences and involvement outside of it that can truly shape your path. Exploring opportunities with...

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Conflicted Emotions: Records and revivals on the court

Corinne Smith September 15, 2023

As most of us know, Nebraska’s volleyball team set a new world record in fan attendance. It was seen all over social media; Nebraska pride radiated through the posts and articles. Even as someone who...

Officer departures and a change in chief mark UNKPD change. Photo by Kolton Maturey / Antelope Staff

UNKPD navigates campus wide staff shortages

Antelope Staff September 15, 2023

The call for employees continues to be prevalent in business windows and online job listing sites. According to the Job Openings and Labor Turnover report, there were 8.8. million job openings in the U.S....

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Embracing the challenges of becoming an independent adult

Emily Trotter September 8, 2023

For most students, college is the beginning of one's journey to becoming an independent adult. Navigating a new schedule and responsibilities can seem overwhelming and like a never-ending to-do list, but...

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Continuing to practice new skills despite initial failure

Lucas Ratliff September 8, 2023

Over the summer, I took on the challenge of learning guitar. I play several instruments, so I wasn’t expecting it to be very hard. In the beginning, I thought that I was learning well. I had learned...

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Campus alert system should be utilized more often

Antelope Staff September 8, 2023

On Aug. 22, the Kearney Police Department investigated a report regarding a potential threat to Kearney schools and UNK. Students received an email the following day which deemed that there was no credible...

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A glimpse of Greece: my travel journal

Eve Healey August 21, 2023

My hopes of leaving the country for the first time fell into place this year with a UNK trip to Greece, wholly due to the motivation of Jake Jacobsen, my prior fall semester loper seminar professor. Jacobsen...

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New generation of Lopers take over The Antelope staff

Antelope Staff August 21, 2023

Last May, five prominent figures from The Antelope team walked across the stage to receive their diplomas. As inevitable as it was, losing our graduating members still seemed hard to imagine. Getting used...

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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...

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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...

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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...

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