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UNK’s Big Event returns to provide community service

UNK’s Big Event returns to provide community service

KENNY MITCHELL April 14, 2021
Last year, many campus events were shut down as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic response. The Big Event, a flagship community service days for students to ge into the Kearney community and volunteer, was one of the events cancelled.
Cooking show “Baking and Entering” seeks to give audiences a glimpse into dorm living.

UNK to host Food Network television show ‘Baking and Entering’

KENNY MITCHELL April 1, 2021
After its successful first season, the Food Network plans on renewing its new show, “Baking and Entering with Tina Fey.” The program, which seeks to observe the diversity of American life through culinary creation, plans to host its contestants at UNK during the spring 2021 semester.
UNK Louie Loper

Alex Tha Great keynote helps students advocate for issues

KENNY MITCHELL March 10, 2021
The UNK Office of Student Diversity & Inclusion hosted a seminar with spoken word poet, playwright and diversity activist Alexandria Gurley. Alex Tha Great’s seminar was titled “Follow the Leader: Recognizing Our Ancestors, Forging Our Own Paths.”
UNK will provide access to OneDrive storage through UNK’s website, just as it does for Box.

UNK to transition from Box to OneDrive data storage

KENNY MITCHELL February 25, 2021
The University of Nebraska system will be transferring data storage software services this spring. UNK will be switching from Box to OneDrive storage due to price increases on Box software licenses.
One of D.P. Dough’s popular menu items is the Roni Zoni, a pepperoni calzone.

New business has Kearney in zone for delicious food

KENNY MITCHELL February 10, 2021
After opening in Kearney at the end of last year, D.P. Dough specializes in calzones, wings and other delicious dishes. The restaurant franchise began in the 1980s with a business model specifically geared toward college students.
UNK Louie Loper

Study abroad lets students check out Czech Republic

KENNY MITCHELL November 18, 2020
UNK’s Study Abroad Program is traveling to the Czech Republic next May following almost a year of travel restrictions that forced the program to cancel its trips. For the students who still want to travel, this will provide an opportunity to journey out of the country with UNK.
Students can get involved by attending events on campus that allow students to safely spend time together.

Ways to get involved on campus during a pandemic

KENNY MITCHELL November 12, 2020 I came to college excited to branch out, make new friends and get involved in many activities. Instead, I eat alone in my room, stress about having to mingle with hundreds...

Students and faculty help with random COVID-19 testing that is administered on UNK’s campus.

Random testing protects campus health, safety

KENNY MITCHELL October 15, 2020 There I was, minding my own business, when at 9:50 a.m. on Sept. 24, I heard a ping from my phone. I looked at my home screen to see what had interrupted my academic studies...

Lydia Behnk speaks with Brandon Marshall to check to see if he is registered to vote and provide more information.

Campus groups host voter registration booths

KENNY MITCHELL September 24, 2020 With the 2020 general election coming up on Nov. 3, voting is on the mind of many individuals. UNK organizations like the American Democracy Project are helping students register...

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