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Kim Frieson sells her charms and stickers to Jenna Eichthaler during the craft show. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Craft show gives platform to campus businesses

Corinne Smith December 1, 2023 For the 28th annual year, students and staff set up their booths for the craft show in UNK’s Student Union with items ranging from crocheted goods to glass-blown ornaments....

UNK alumnus, Cristóbal Salinas, presents a lecture to the public of Kearney. Photo by Brianna White / Antelope Staff

UNK alumnus hosts lecture on Latinx identities

Brianna White November 17, 2023 In a public lecture titled "Shaping Perceptions: What is Latinx? And Who is Latinx?," UNK alumnus Cristóbal Salinas took center stage to discuss the intricate web of Latinx identities...

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Giving back to the community goes beyond material things

March 23, 2023

By JENNA HEINZ ANTELOPE STAFF Growing up, the importance of giving back was always stressed to me. However, it wasn’t until recently that I understood what giving meant. My experience with...

Logan Grose enjoys tossing discs at Cottonmill in Kearney. Photo provided by Kylie Schwab / Antelope Staff

Disc golfer leans on ‘frolfing’ culture during pandemic 

BAILEE STERLING November 9, 2022 Like golf, but different.  Logan Grose is in his happy place when he is outdoors flinging discs toward metal chain cages. Ever since discovering disc golf in high...

Students check in at Cope Stadium before participating in Kearney service projects.

Lopers give back to community with Big Event

KYLIE SCHWAB April 28, 2022 Lopers took to the Kearney community on Saturday morning for The Big Event. Students visited various local job sites and devoted four hours of the morning to picking up...

Line dancing was also popular at the event which featured the Mckenzie JaLynn Band.

LPAC swing dancing event gets Lopers on their feet

March 3, 2022

Lopers put on their dancing shoes Friday for the LPAC Swing Dance event. Entertainment was provided by the Mckenzie JaLynn Band, and the event was held in the Ponderosa Room. This was the first event...

Gillie’s Bar offers unique drink and food options in Old Towne Kearney.

Gillie’s Bar provides alternative options for Kearney community

November 18, 2021

When walking into a local bar in Kearney for the first time, there couldn’t be a better way to be greeted than by a friendly golden retriever owned by one of the regulars. I never would’ve guessed...

LGBTQ pride flags

Accepting yourself in a society that invalidates your identity

September 30, 2021

MACKENZIE KRUMLAND A quote from Glee character, Kurt Hummel, is a great example of the stereotypes that surround the bisexual community. Hummel said, “Bisexual is a term that gay guys in high school...

UNK faculty members joined with students for a dialogue about campus diversity issues.

Respect, inclusion forum pushes diversity conversation

UNK held its second forum in a series of dialogues relating to inclusion and respect on campus Sunday. The conversation was led by Peter Ferguson, a community stakeholder and speaker with a focus on engagement in issues of respect and diversity.
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Plans for community garden grow in Kearney

March 4, 2020

BRAYDON CONELL Soon, Kearney may have a community garden with access to home-grown, local produce throughout the sum- mer months. Community gardens are trending but not...

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