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‘SPICY’ Festival connects Korean culture with campus

Antelope Staff April 12, 2024

The Korean Student Association at Kearney hosted their 13th annual Korean festival on Saturday. The event included K-pop performances, trivia, games, prizes, Korean food and other activities. Visit...

Jackson Steele eats a bowl of bulgogi, an East Asian dish. Photo by Ricardo Hernandez / Antelope Staff

‘SPICY’ Festival connects Korean culture with campus

Sixto Delgado Sandoval April 5, 2024

delgadosandovals@lopers.unk.edu The Korean Student Association at Kearney hosted their 13th annual Korean festival on Saturday. The event included K-pop performances, trivia, games, prizes, Korean food...

Suwannees Chicken in the mud dish features a yellow curry with chicken and vegetables. Photo by Corinne Smith / Antelope Staff

Suwannee: Authentic Thai right across the street

Corinne Smith October 13, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu You've never tried authentic Thai cuisine, but UNK students have that option. It's right across the street at Suwanee Thai Cuisine. With a dine-in option and take out, students...

Students and faculty both enjoyed the back to school food. Courtesy Photo

Sharing culture, perspectives over good food

Eve Healey September 8, 2023

The Black Student Association held a cookout on Aug. 30 for UNK students returning to campus. The event was held outside the Office of Intercultural Engagement and Leadership. Esther Uma, the president...

George Holman peruses pst handcrafted table centerpieces. Photo provided by Nate Lilla / Antelope Staff

Pottery, fabrics and food attract Lopers at craft show

FAITH WILLETS November 30, 2022

willetsfik@lopers.unk.edu Students, faculty and staff gathered in the Nebraskan Student Union atrium last week for the 27th annual craft show. Booths were set up offering a variety of handmade...

Distribution problems are causing ingredient substitutions and unavailable items at The Graze. Photo provided by Kylie Schwab / Antelope Staff

Sodexo addresses YikYak photo of insect in food

MALLORY BRUNING October 12, 2022

bruningm@lopers.unk.edu  Two weeks ago, a UNK student claimed to find an insect in their food at The Graze. They uploaded a photo to YikYak, showing a maggot-like insect, but the photo is the...

Kalguksu is a traditional Korean soup made with noodles, broth and spices.

Warm up this fall and winter with a bowl of kalguksu

JIYOON KIM December 2, 2021

kimj28@lopers.unk.edu Now the sweltering summer  has passed. Autumn – a season of high sky and plump horses – has arrived. Among the seasons, I like spring and autumn the most. In both seasons,...

Rezarta Selmani serves tiramisu, a classic Italian dessert.

Festival features food, performances from 11 countries

November 18, 2021

Delicious smells and radiant music filled the Health and Sports Center this Sunday at the 44th Scott D. Morris International Food and Cultural Festival. The event was open to community members and UNK...

The Office of Diversity and Inclusion hosted a Latin Heritage Month event, at which all students were welcome to come and enjoy the festivities.

Celebrating Latinx Culture – UNK hosts annual Latinx Heritage Month celebration

KYLIE SCHWAB September 30, 2021
UNK hosted its yearly Latinx Heritage Month Celebration, which was open to the entire community. The night was filled with music, food, candy and even a few piñatas.
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.
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.
The group poses during its dance to “Fukyowaon” by Nogizaka 46 for the 20th annual Japanese Festival.

JAK presents virtual cultural experience

JESUS MARFILENO March 4, 2021
COVID-19 didn’t stop the Japanese Association of Kearney from holding their yearly festival. The 20th edition of this cultural experience was accessible via livestream on the organization’s Facebook page.
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