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The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention group organized the walk to remember suicide victims and advocate for mental wellbeing. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Out of Darkness Walk: American Foundation of Suicide Prevention holds 4th annual march

MICHAEL FRANDOLIG April 6, 2023 The American Foundation for Suicide Prevention held their fourth annual Out of Darkness Campus Walk at Cope Fountain. Approximately 205 people from different student and...

Bouncy house set to replace Cope Fountain

Bouncy house set to replace Cope Fountain

JENNA HEINZ April 1, 2023 Three years after its reconstruction, UNK’s Cope Fountain will be torn down. Demolition will begin in June, and the space will become home to a brand-new bouncy house.  UNK...

Students participated in this year’s fair in the Nebraskan Student Union due to weather.

UNK hosts annual spring student organization fair

MARIA KLINGELHOEFER February 10, 2022 UNK Student Government hosted the annual Spring Student Organization Fair last week. The fair featured 36 booths of both on and off-campus student organizations. This...

Kieren Feeney leads a pack of men marching for Domestic Violence Awareness Month.

‘A Walk In Her Shoes’ marches toward healthy masculinity

KYLIE SCHWAB October 14, 2021
The second annual Walk in Her Shoes event was kicked off at Cope Fountain last Wednesday. Male identifying students, UNK faculty and staff walked around while wearing women’s high heels.
A Walk In Her Shoes

March brings awareness to gender violence, healthy masculinity

CHEYANNE DIESNNER October 29, 2020 UNK students, faculty and staff gathered at Cope Fountain last week to participate in the A Walk In Her Shoes March. The march was organized as part of Domestic Violence Awareness...

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...

The new Cope Fountain features a splash pad, a change from the previous design.

Fountain finally finished

GRACE MCDONALD August 20, 2020 After nearly three years of construction, Cope Fountain is making a splash on UNK’s campus. It’s about time. “My freshman year they said, “Oh yeah, it’ll be...

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