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Walker Art Gallery brimming with select pieces by students. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Walker Art Gallery: Exhibit showcases chosen student works over the last few years

Eve Healey February 16, 2024 The Department of Art and Design is showcasing student talent with a “Faculty Select Exhibition” in the Walker Art Gallery. The show, which runs from Jan. 22 through Feb....

Chancellor Doug Kristensen discusses eliminated degrees. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Budget cuts eliminate 24.5 faculty lines, nine degrees

Jenna Heinz December 1, 2023 In response to the University’s $4.3 million shortfall, UNK announced an elimination of 24.5 faculty lines and nine degree programs. Students, faculty, staff and community members...

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UNK searches for new assistant dean

MALLORY BRUNING March 3, 2022 The Division of Student Affairs is interviewing candidates to fill the position of assistant dean of students. The occupation became vacant last July when previous assistant...

Bread or Death: Memories of my Childhood During and After the Holocaust Book

LETTER TO THE EDITOR – Mic Malfunction 

October 7, 2021
A simple sound check — that is truly all it could have taken. Preparations in presentation is one of the most important things, but this seemed to be overlooked by UNK faculty and hosts on Sept. 23 — when Holocaust survivor, Milton M. Kleinberg shared his story. 
Chancellor Kristensen swears in the new student body representatives.

Chancellor confirms no faculty reductions for spring 2021

Chancellor Douglas Kristensen convened a campus conversation last week to address and discuss budget and academic staffing. The presentation focused on budgetary planning to meet the university’s remaining $2.0 million commitment to budget reductions.
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UNK conducts random COVID-19 testing

GRACE MCDONALD, MITCHELL LIERMAN September 10, 2020 Two weeks ago, UNK Communications announced the beginning of random COVID-19 testing on campus. Faculty and students who live on and off campus...

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