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Kolton Maturey

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Japanese Association at Kearney spent weeks preparing for the festival including the Soran-Bushi dance, which is a very dramatic and physical dance. Photo by Kolton Maturey / Antelope Staff

Japanese Summer Festival: Students usher in lively traditions with dances, songs, dishes

KOLTON MATUREY February 16, 2023 UNK hosts multiple cultural events every year to bring the community closer together and to learn more about the international students who attend here. One such celebration...

History honors society sells books in memory of professor

History honors society sells books in memory of professor

KOLTON MATUREY November 9, 2022 Phi Alpha Theta, the history department’s honor society, tabled outside of the Nebraskan Student Union to sell boxes of books. Their hope was to raise money for a scholarship. According...

Students report night safety concerns to Senate, police

Students report night safety concerns to Senate, police

KOLTON MATUREY October 5, 2022 At last week’s Student Senate meeting, the topic of concern was the “creepy men” whom a number of students spotted and reported on Monday 26.  Some students...

Former visiting instructor, Connie Moon, tunes her violin with her group of high school musicians during the Orchestra Festival. Photo provided by Kolton Maturey / Antelope Staff

Young musicians take center stage at music department event

KOLTON MATUREY September 21, 2022 The music department helped young musicians come close to mastering their instruments last Thursday. The Fine Arts Building hosted 65 high school students from across the...

Students left positive notes at the Messages of Hope event. Photo provided by Kolton Maturey / Antelope Staff

Suicide Prevention Week promotes peer outreach

KOLTON MATUREY September 14, 2022 For Suicide Prevention week, McKenna’s Rae of Hope and Student Health showed their support to the mental health and wellness for students. On Tuesday morning, they hosted...

In the original plans, the librarys front entrance consisted of open study spaces and a service desk.

Supply chain woes, prices slow down library renovation

KOLTON MATUREY September 8, 2022 The Calvin T. Ryan Library and Mitchell Center renovation plans are wrapping up, but now, project managers are adjusting the final product. Due to the pandemic’s aftermath,...

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