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Workers failed to shut a valve after repairing a water coil. Photo by Grace McDonald / Antelope Staff

Repairs lead to pipe leaks within Bruner Hall

JENNA HEINZ April 6, 2023 On March 16, a company was repairing a water coil in one of the heating units of Bruner Hall. When workers didn’t shut the valve on the unit, the cap on the end of the pipe...

Students wait to go inside the planetarium to watch a presentation. Photo provided by Kylie Schwab / Antelope Staff

Planetarium launches viewers into galactic topics

OLIVIA CASPER November 9, 2022 The UNK Planetarium transports students and the Kearney community across to galaxies to experience what they cannot see from their backyards.  “The planetarium...

C-Tech Restoration was called in to work on damages from the flooding in Bruner Hall.

Bruner Hall restoration nearing spring completion

LAUREN MAY April 14, 2021
Bruner Hall has been undergoing restoration work since a pipe burst due to cold weather in February, flooding labs and classrooms throughout all four floors. Two months later, the hall is reoccupied, but work is expected to continue for months to come.
C-Tech Restoration was called in to work on damages from the flooding in Bruner Hall.

UNK assesses damages to Bruner Hall after flooding

JESUS MARFILEÑO March 10, 2021
Damage is being assessed after damage was done to Bruner Hall from February’s record cold temperatures. Full restoration will take time even though March weather has been favorable to the process.
The International Justice Mission members covered the sidewalks to raise awareness.

International Justice Mission members make their mark

GRACE MCDONALD October 15, 2020 Red sand symbolically stained the sidewalks of UNK Sept. 30, thanks to the International Justice Mission members. By participating in the Red Sand project, IJM hoped to spread...

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