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Will electric scooters be making a comeback?

ALEXIS HENRY April 7, 2021
In 2019, UNK approved a contract that would allow dockless electric scooters on campus. These scooters were available for student use with a rental fee of 15 cents for every minute used.
A fun and harmless prank to do is to cover someone’s car with sticky notes.

Simple and fun pranks to play on family and friends

ALEXIS HENRY April 1, 2021
For years, April Fools’ Day has been a day to play practical jokes and hoaxes on one another. April 1 has been celebrated for several centuries by several different cultures.
Increased course loads as well as COVID-19 induced anxiety can contribute to student burnout.

UNK Student Health reestablishes previous open door policy

ALEXIS HENRY March 17, 2021
Since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic there have been a number of restrictions set up on campus and around the community. In Aug. of 2020 members of UNK student Health & Counseling commented on the issue with messages about back doors being available for sick students and offering locations for students looking to get tested for the virus.
UNK Louie Loper

Where to find a job in Kearney – Part time and full time positions as a student

ALEXIS HENRY March 12, 2021
Looking for a job while attending class is a high priority for many incoming and current UNK students.
commuter permit parking sign

Students weigh pros, cons of off-campus housing

ALEXIS HENRY March 4, 2021
When students move away from home, most must make the decision of where to live as a semi-independent young adult. UNK students have two basic options, living on or off campus.
Snow and ice have continued to cover UNK walkways and streets around Kearney.

Campus navigation impaired by onslaught of winter weather

ALEXIS HENRY February 17, 2021
With the past couple of weeks turning the town of Kearney into a large snow pile, it has been rather difficult for some students to navigate campus. On campus, unclean roads and sidewalks play a major part in how students travel to and from classes.
After winter break, students were welcomed back to campus by several inches of snow. The weather caused the university to cancel the first two days of classes.

A winter to remember – Students reflect on extended winter break

ALEXIS HENRY February 10, 2021
Snow, snow, and more snow. For the first time in UNK’s history an extra long winter break was given to the students and staff associated with the University.
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