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The Zone of Interest portrays tragic historical events

‘The Zone of Interest’ portrays tragic historical events

Sixto Delgado Sandoval April 26, 2024 “The Zone of Interest” is theoretically based on the late Martin Amis’s 2014 novel of the same name. Still, the film is very loosely adapted from the text. “The...

Jackson Steele eats a bowl of bulgogi, an East Asian dish. Photo by Ricardo Hernandez / Antelope Staff

‘SPICY’ Festival connects Korean culture with campus

Sixto Delgado Sandoval April 5, 2024 The Korean Student Association at Kearney hosted their 13th annual Korean festival on Saturday. The event included K-pop performances, trivia, games, prizes, Korean food...

Photo illustration by Antelope Staff.

Louie the Loper receives dazzling makeover

Sixto Delgado Sandoval April 1, 2024 In a surprise move that left the UNK community buzzing with excitement, the beloved mascot Louie the Loper emerged with a fresh appearance at the Intramural March Madness...

UNKs symphonic band and wind ensemble come together for the semesters first winter concert. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Bands share the stage for night of musical performances

Sixto Delgado Sandoval March 8, 2024 UNK’s symphonic band and wind ensemble shared the stage to perform a combined band concert. The concert was the first winter performance of the semester and it was...

Wengeci Kariuki, Avery Laing and Elda Adoko introduce Junkanoo. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Junkanoo: Festival commemorates Black History Month

Sixto Delgado Sandoval March 1, 2024 The Black Student Association, the African Student Union and Upsilon Eta Upsilon hosted a Junkanoo celebration in honor of Black History Month. A Junkanoo is a Bahamian...

Academy Awards nominee depicts complex characters, realities

Academy Awards nominee depicts complex characters, realities

Sixto Delgado Sandoval February 23, 2024 Yorgos Lanthimos’s funny, filthy, extravagant and peculiar new feature film, “Poor Things”, is the director’s second collaboration with star Emma Stone. Released...

Valentines Day brings mixed feelings, relationship expectations

Valentine’s Day brings mixed feelings, relationship expectations

Sixto Delgado Sandoval February 16, 2024 As winter's chill lingers and the promise of spring whispers in the breeze, there emerges a day both revered and reviled among the hearts of students: Valentine's Day....

Photo by Kosuke Yoshii / Antelope Staff

Mental health speaker encourages students to find their voice

Sixto Delgado Sandoval February 9, 2024 On Jan. 31 Lopes for Hope and McKenna’s Rae of Hope Foundation sponsored an event on attempting to empower students by having them take ownership of their mental health...

The Weekend Blues creep in after weeks of busy schedules

The ‘Weekend Blues’ creep in after weeks of busy schedules

Sixto Delgado Sandoval December 1, 2023 In the hushed corridors of self-reflection, a curious phenomenon lingers for many in our social landscape: the enigmatic ailment known colloquially as the “weekend...

Community members gather around the Frank dinner table before the seance. Photo by Kosuke Yoshii / Antelope Staff

Sold out seance reenactment sparks religious protest

Sixto Delgado Sandoval November 10, 2023 The G.W. Frank Museum of History and Culture hosted a staged 1980s-style séance. Both nights of the event sold out of tickets in advance. Andrew White, a Kearney...

Fair Play turns office work into gripping psychological thriller

‘Fair Play’ turns office work into gripping psychological thriller

Sixto Delgado Sandoval October 27, 2023 Chloe Domont’s feature directorial debut, “Fair Play” explores the psychology of an ambitious couple who can’t seem to achieve work-life balance. The film was released...

Also in celebration, students and faculty held an open reading of other infamous banned books. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Free movie screening commemorates banned books week

Sixto Delgado Sandoval October 13, 2023 The American Democracy Project and the Calvin T. Ryan Library sponsored a free screening of “To Kill a Mockingbird” at the World Theatre. This was one of many events...

A Haunting in Venice confronts life and death

‘A Haunting in Venice’ confronts life and death

Sixto Delgado Sandoval October 6, 2023 Directed by Kenneth Branagh and released on Sept. 15, “A Haunting in Venice” is a loose retelling and adaptation of Agatha Christie’s 1969 novel “Hallowe’en...

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