The Student News Site of University of Nebraska at Kearney

The Antelope

The Antelope

The Antelope

Courtesy photo

Feeling uprooted in college: shifting schedules, routines, friends

Corinne Smith November 17, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu Most would say that coming to college as a freshman is a tough transition. I’ve even heard someone say that it was alongside the transitions of marriage and having children...

Courtesy Photo

Embracing the challenges of becoming an independent adult

Emily Trotter September 8, 2023

For most students, college is the beginning of one's journey to becoming an independent adult. Navigating a new schedule and responsibilities can seem overwhelming and like a never-ending to-do list, but...

Newspaper collage by Mackenzie Krumland

Leaving The Antelope: challenges, triumphs of the last 4 years

April 28, 2022

I came to college with no expectations, no major and no idea who I was. As scary as it was, I was ready for the change. I stumbled upon the Department of Communication by chance through one of my close...

Undecided Major

Undecided major: A path of opportunity, not uncertainty 

April 7, 2022

As a college senior, I’ve had to deal with a lot of change while preparing for moving from Kearney, finding a job and saying goodbye to the school and people I’ve known for the last four years. While...

COURTNI HECKERT / ANTELOPE STAFF

Be wary of shifting gender ratios on college campuses

October 7, 2021
There is a growing gender disparity on college campuses across the nation. Young men are abandoning higher education. This is a problem, but it may not just be a problem for young men.
Popular menu items include the chicken bacon ranch pizza and the pineapple mango margarita.

Cunningham’s creates perfect college environment

LEAH SMITH April 14, 2021
Cunninghams has made a name for itself in the town of Kearney. It’s the place to be for college students and beloved by locals.
Textbooks can now be condensed into a cell phone, making students reevaluate their use.

College today looks different than it did for our parents

April 14, 2021
Our generation is unique in a number of ways, but one of the biggest ways our lives differ from those of our parents’ generation lies in the college experience. Arguably, we face and have faced a greater amount of stress than our parents had at our age, mostly due to school-related issues.

Ownership is central to diversity dialogue

April 14, 2021
As campus leadership continues to reconcile the status quo with respect and inclusion issues on campus, students are noting what campus leadership has to say — and what it doesn’t.
Thunderhead Brewing Company is located in downtown Kearney.

Thunderhead Brewing Company provides lightning service

LEAH SMITH March 10, 2021
Thunderhead Brewery has everything college students are looking for — good beer, good food and a fun atmosphere.
Video At The Antelope

Video @ The Antelope, Ep. 2

September 30, 2020

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aIYWlqomTxw

Nicole Sealey speaking at MONA

Poetry makes comeback

February 14, 2019

Nicole Sealey visits MONA for reading, inspires students to take on #UNKSealeyChallenge By AMELIA COOPER Starting on Jan. 30, numerous UNK students have been sharing their interactions with poetry...

Kate Gienger, Aaron Estes, Amy Rundstrom and John Gibbs work in the Academic and Career Services office to advise and help students. Rundstrom is the director of the Academic and Career Services department, Estes is Associate Director and Gienger and Gibbs are Academic Advisors.

Preparing for life after college

January 17, 2019

Academic and Career Services helps students plan futures post-grad By Amelia Cooper According to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, 1 in 3 college graduates holds a job that does not require...

Load More Stories
Donate to The Antelope

Comments (0)

All The Antelope Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest