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Bracewell honored for sex wars, anti-pornography feminism article

Bracewell honored for sex wars, anti-pornography feminism article

October 3, 2017

Assistant political science professor top recipient, recognized for research in her field UNK Communications University of Nebraska at Kearney’s Lorna Bracewell has been recognized by the American...

The Carillon open to submissions

The Carillon open to submissions

March 2, 2017

“The Carillon offers UNK students an excellent opportunity to see their work in print and to reach an audience beyond the classroom.” - Marguerite Tassi Jessica Turek Antelope Staff The Xi Beta...

Photo by Jessica Hess Hess on far right with friends at Pride Hawaii, filled with different booths and music to celebrate the LGBQT community.

Student adjusts to campus life after study in Hawaii

March 2, 2017

Kennedy Schaefer Antelope Staff Moving to a new place can be challenging, and adjusting to a new pace of life and the experiences can be life changing. Jessica Hess, a sophomore spent her fall 2016...

My favorite memories from Peru came from the landscape: the beaches, mountains, cities, but the relationships I formed were the most unforgettable.  -MacKenzie Mathews

Study abroad success stories

March 2, 2017

"Keep an open mind and don't be afraid to travel," -Megan Cherry Rachel PaPez Antelope Staff Megan Cherry and MacKenzie Mathews are two people who have never met but have a lot in common. They are...

Photo by Daniela Gonzalez I.S.A. members Uppalavanna Shakya, an advertisement and public relations major from Nepal; Show Takei, an aviation major from Japan; and Ana Rodriguez, Lexington, carry ISA posters during the 2016 welcome parade in downtown Kearney.

Students share similarities, enjoy differences

March 2, 2017

Daniela Gonzalez Antelope Staff When it comes to finding variety and diversity, there is no better place than the International Student Organization (ISA), where multicultural events, meetings and diverse...

International athletes impact NCAA teams

March 2, 2017

With college sports becoming a roaring business in the Unites States, there are currently around 500,000 student-athletes competing in the National Collegiate Athletic Association. About 17,000 of these...

Courtesy of Kassidy McConville Megan and her roommate Kassidy McConville on Holy Hill looking over Mikulov, Czech Republic

Adventure of a lifetime

February 10, 2017

Mary Spencer Antelope Staff Megan Jaeger, a junior communication disorders major from Kearney studied abroad in the Czech Republic through UNK in the spring of 2016. You can read more about her adventures...

If interested • Email unkstudyabroad@unk.edu. • Specify what you want to talk about, whether its a specific program or just exploring your opportunities, and list your availability to meet during the week. This allows appointments in a timely fashion and personal questions about study abroad • Contact Ann Marie Park (ABOVE)and Lisa Mendoza in Welch Hall.

Deadline approaches for Milan summer study abroad

February 10, 2017

Rachel Papez Antelope Staff If you want to build your language skills and improve your knowledge of the world in general, study abroad. Ann Marie Park, the Assistant Director of International Partnerships...

Festival to bring sneak peak of Japanese culture

February 10, 2017

"These students are my family, and we are excited for the festival." Sydney Norris Antelope Staff The annual festival of the Japanese Association at Kearney will be full of color, tantalizing smells,...

Find a job or head home

February 3, 2017

  The challenge for international graduate students in U.S. The struggle is real: foreigners in the U.S. face challenges after graduation, says international student Paula Jimenez from Barcelona,...

Courtesy Lienemann has traveled from Peru to Spain and back always ready to meet people, including these friends in Peru.

Lienemann says ‘Let the world become your home’

February 3, 2017

New this week: Perspectives from current UNK students studying abroad, as well as the impact that time abroad has had on past UNK Abroad students. This section will also feature International students...

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