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Construction workers put together the framework for the Rural Health Initiative Building. Photo by Ricardo Hernandez / Antelope Staff

Construction projects underway at library, rural health building

Sydney Tisthammer February 16, 2024 While it may not be evident at first glance, improvements are being made across campus at UNK. One of the places improvements can be seen is in the new partially reopened...

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....

Freezing pipes and backed-up systems cause flooding across campus

Freezing pipes and backed-up systems cause flooding across campus

Trinity Law February 9, 2024 Burst pipes have led to flooding in different buildings across campus in January. University Residence South, Fine Arts Building, Centennial Tower East and Armstrong Hall all experienced...

Lot 10 is located north of the Fine Arts Building. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Blind spots in Lot 10 are dangerous for campus drivers

Antelope Staff December 1, 2023

Whether in the lunch line or walking to class, we often overhear students talking about parking. While parking availability continues to be a challenge for students, The Antelope has run into other parking...

Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Budget cut anxiety lowers student morale in Fine Arts Building

Lucas Ratliff October 27, 2023 It may not be an easily measurable thing, but since the proposed draft for cuts to departments and staffing was released, the mood in the Fine Arts Building has changed drastically. Normally,...

Ariel, played by Laura Rozema, is a powerful spirit working for Prospero (David Rozema). Photo by Kosuke Yoshii / Antelope Staff

The Tempest: ‘The rarer action is in virtue than in vengeance.’

Eve Healey October 13, 2023 UNK Theatre presented its first production of the year with “The Tempest” by William Shakespeare last week. The play follows the whimsical tale of Prospero and his daughter,...

For now, students walk along the south lawn to get between the two buildings. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Breezeway forces students to find different routes to class

Corinne Smith September 29, 2023 The breezeway between the music and visual arts wings is under construction in the Fine Arts Building. This renovation project is one of the university’s campus infrastructure...

David Palacios adds his monster-themed touch to art wall. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Student unleashes Godzilla’s rampage through artwork

MICAH TORRES February 16, 2023 What does Godzilla do when he’s not out destroying cities? He frequents the Fine Arts Building at UNK thanks to a student’s artwork. David Palacios, a junior studying...

Java Notes closed to accommodate pandemic precautions.

Java Notes remains frozen in time post-pandemic

April 21, 2022

The UNK student body has seen numerous changes to campus since the chaos that was the spring of 2020. Buildings were torn down, others constructed, a major renovation and name change of what we fondly...

Larry Schulte depicts the worlds before and after the pandemic with his woven pieces.

Walker Art Gallery presents COVID-19 inspired artwork

KYLIE SCHWAB October 7, 2021

JIYOON KIM / ANTELOPE STAFF Larry Schulte depicts the worlds before and after the pandemic with his woven pieces. JIYOON KIM / ANTELOPE STAFF Schulte’s work is in the Walker Art Gallery through Oct....

UNK Louie Loper

‘Life is a Dream’ to debut as first production since spring 2020

HANNAH LOFSHULT February 17, 2021
Theatre is heading back to the stage at UNK. “Life is a Dream” will be the first mainstage production since the 2020 spring semester after cancellations because of the COVID-19 virus.
UNK Louie Loper

One act performances planned after previous cancellation

HANNAH LOFSHULT February 10, 2021
The arts are alive and well during the covid-19 pandemic as the one-acts start up. Despite a delay in mainstage productions, the directing class has no intention of slowing down.
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