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Kim Frieson sells her charms and stickers to Jenna Eichthaler during the craft show. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Craft show gives platform to campus businesses

Corinne Smith December 1, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu For the 28th annual year, students and staff set up their booths for the craft show in UNK’s Student Union with items ranging from crocheted goods to glass-blown ornaments....

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Feeling uprooted in college: shifting schedules, routines, friends

Corinne Smith November 17, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu Most would say that coming to college as a freshman is a tough transition. I’ve even heard someone say that it was alongside the transitions of marriage and having children...

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Flavor Face Off brings students and professors together

Corinne Smith November 10, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu The personalities that shape UNK's West Center have now become specialty drinks on Brewed Awakening’s menu. The Flavor Face Off is a competition held by students in a small...

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Addicted to low prices: The untold story of being a thrifty girl

Corinne Smith October 27, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu Thrifting has truly ruined me. It has changed the way I look at prices, clothing, trends and shopping in general. I just hadn’t realized it until now.  When I was in high...

Suwannees Chicken in the mud dish features a yellow curry with chicken and vegetables. Photo by Corinne Smith / Antelope Staff

Suwannee: Authentic Thai right across the street

Corinne Smith October 13, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu You've never tried authentic Thai cuisine, but UNK students have that option. It's right across the street at Suwanee Thai Cuisine. With a dine-in option and take out, students...

The pitfalls of being so easygoing and how to set boundaries

The pitfalls of being so ‘easygoing’ and how to set boundaries

Corinne Smith October 6, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu Last week my coworker Sandy told me that she loved how quiet I was and how I stayed clear of conflict. She said that she truly admired that about me, wishing she could be the...

For now, students walk along the south lawn to get between the two buildings. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Breezeway forces students to find different routes to class

Corinne Smith September 29, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu The breezeway between the music and visual arts wings is under construction in the Fine Arts Building. This renovation project is one of the university’s campus infrastructure...

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Martin Hall mixes fraternity life with non-Greeks

Corinne Smith September 22, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu Last semester when Martin Hall was opened to students, it was exclusively intended to be fraternity housing. The fraternity presidents were expected to reach their chapter’s...

UNK volleyball sets attendance records, following Huskers. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

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...

Hernan Vargas and Broghan McMaster speak with the Navigators, a campus ministry group. Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Student organization fair showcases places to belong

Corinne Smith September 8, 2023

Upbeat music from the Black Student Association’s booth drew students to the middle of campus for the Student Organization Fair last week. The event on Thursday gave students the opportunity to view...

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