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Lopers dance in lip sync battle during homecoming festivities. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Homecoming energizes campus with games, pep rally

Antelope Staff September 29, 2023

Revealing royalty candidates at Monday’s pep rally. Painting downtown business’ windows. Dashing to beat out opponents in the Adventure Race. Putting one’s wits to the test at Loper Feud. Dancing...

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Martin Hall mixes fraternity life with non-Greeks

Corinne Smith September 22, 2023

smithc4@lopers.unk.edu Last semester when Martin Hall was opened to students, it was exclusively intended to be fraternity housing. The fraternity presidents were expected to reach their chapter’s...

East campus had better brace itself for the Greek Life move

East campus had better brace itself for the Greek Life move

September 14, 2022

Soon, Fraternity and Sorority Life will call east campus home, alongside the current dormitory residents. Since Louie’s Diner will be closed, the line to the only campus cafeteria will snake out of...

New members rush toward their sororities on Bid Day. Photo provided by Alex Hammeke / Antelope Staff

Sororities, fraternities gain fewer recruits than last year

GRACE MCDONALD September 8, 2022

mcdonaldge@lopers.unk.edu UNK sororities kicked off recruitment events a week before school started. The results are in, and recruitment participation decreased by nearly one third this fall. ...

The proposed housing facilities, modeled above, would replace the failing facilities in University Residences North and South.

UNK unveils new fraternity, sorority housing plan

LAUREN MAY February 17, 2021
Fraternity and Sorority Life students could find themselves a new home soon as UNK announced a new housing proposal.
Fraternity and Sorority Life sponsored The American Red Cross blood drive.

Blood drive give students chance to save lives

ALEXANDER TETEN November 18, 2020
The American Red Cross came to campus last week to let students donate blood. The blood drive comes at a critical time as COVID-19 cases are spiking across the country.
Mason Casper was also awarded the crowd favorite award.

King of Hearts raises funds for women’s heart health

KATHARINE KRAMER October 29, 2020

kramerkj@lopers.unk.edu Alpha Phi held their eighth annual King of Hearts male pageant last week, with 12 contestants competing in the event. Rather than have the event live as in previous years, the...

A Walk In Her Shoes

March brings awareness to gender violence, healthy masculinity

CHEYANNE DIESNNER October 29, 2020

diesnnerc2@lopers.unk.edu 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...

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October 9, 2020

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The inital decision to transition fraternity and sorority students into the Nester living space has since been changed.

COVID-19 separates FSL community at UNK

March 25, 2020

GRACE MCDONALDmcdonaldge@lopers.unk.edu Due to COVID-19, organizations have ceased from meeting and activities have been halted at UNK. As a result, the restrictions have caused Fraternity and Sorority...

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