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Antelope causes damage to library after construction mishap

Chase Johnson April 25, 2024 A lone antelope caused major destruction in the Calvin T. Ryan Library due to a door being left open by a construction worker.  The incident, which occurred during the...

Out of control Louie created potholes in Lot 11. Graphic by Kersie Delaney / Antelope Staff

Antelopes go rampant in Lot 11, damage automobiles

Gisell Torres April 1, 2024 In an unexpected turn of events, Louie the Loper created mayhem in Lot 11 as he ran rampant through the school parking lot. The incident, which occurred during operating hours,...

White-tailed antelopes will be the zoos main attraction. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

UNK announces petting zoo addition for green space

Sydney Tisthammer April 1, 2024 UNK announced plans to add a petting zoo to campus earlier this week. The campus expansion is set to begin later this semester. Faculty members think the new addition will...

White-tailed antelopes are generating campus power for a new eco-friendly system. Graphic by Kelsey Nunnenkamp / Antelope Staff

Power of the Herd: Antelope generate campus power

Lily Roby April 1, 2024 In a surprising turn of events, UNK has announced an unconventional yet eco-friendly approach to powering its campus. With the new campaign slogan being “Power of the Herd,”...

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The Antelope takes a bite out of Big Apple media convention

March 25, 2022

By Kylie SchwabAntelope Staff Staff members of the Antelope traveled to New York City for the College Media Association Spring National Media Convention. There, we learned about varying topics within...

The Antelope provides real life reporting experience

April 21, 2021
I’m a senior majoring in advertising/public relations, with a minor in marketing. And I am a non-traditional student.
Students brought out the waterworks as they navigated their way through social distancing measures.

UNK ‘hangs 10’ with plans for new surfing team

GRANT TIGHE April 1, 2021
UNK athletics is adding a surfing program to the list of sports offered on campus. The program will be unique for the region, as no other MIAA conference teams currently compete in surfing.
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.
Students have been less than impressed with Netflix’s most recent originals.

5 movies to avoid when scrolling through Netflix

From “Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon: Sword of Destiny”, to “Father of the Year”, here are the five worst Netflix movies this year (according to Rotten Tomatoes). In the past few years Netflix has really hit a low point in their original movie producing.

The April Fool is an Underrated Character in ‘Fairly OddParents’

LAUREN MAY April 1, 2021
“Fairly Oddparents” follows 10-year-old Timmy Turner and his adventures with his fairy godparents, Cosmo and Wanda. Throughout the series, many residents of Dimmsdale and Fairy World are introduced, but none have the supreme character arc of the April Fool.
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.
Tunnels under UNK contain secrets of secret society

Tunnels under UNK contain secrets of secret society

JAKEB LARSON April 1, 2021
Underneath the G.W. Frank House are tunnels that connect to other buildings on the university campus. During a tuberculosis epidemic in the 1900s, these underground passages were created to connect the hospital to campus. This hospital was repurposed, known today as West Center, but the tunnels remain as relics to a darker time.
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