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Marty Levinson was formally introduced on Friday. Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Levinson ready to rejoin the Kearney community

Alex Hammeke April 12, 2024 For Marty Levinson, Friday morning was full circle. The former Loper standout was formally introduced as the program’s 22nd head coach at the Health and Sports Center. “This...

UNKs Billy Higgins looks to the sideline after getting an advantage over UCOs Garrett Wells. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

No. 7 Lopers fall to No. 1 Bronchos on senior night

Sam Herbek February 20, 2024 The No. 7 UNK wrestling team lost a tight match to top-ranked Central Oklahoma on senior night Friday at the Health & Sports Center. The Lopers jumped out to a 10-point lead...

Tariro Chinhamo and Crista Manning hold a check for ISA from Student Senate. Photo by Kosuke Yoshii / Antelope Staff

Food and Culture Festival: Sharing home with Nebraska

Rachel Ostdiek November 17, 2023 The International Student Association hosted the 46th annual Scott D. Morris International Food and Culture Festival on Sunday. Over 1,000 people gathered in the UNK Health and...

Students jump to contest a tipped ball. The players competed in brackets to advance. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Gamma Phi Beta hosts annual Moonball tournament

Emily Trotter November 17, 2023 The Gamma Phi Beta chapter hosted its annual Moonball tournament, bringing together students to compete and raise funds for the Girls on the Run organization. Girls on the...

Fellow climbers cheer on their peers during their climbs. Photo by Lucas Ratliff / Antelope Staff

Women’s climbing night is everything it’s chalked up to be

Lucas Ratliff October 27, 2023 On the second Wednesday of every month, the health and fitness center holds a women's climbing night in the gym. The purpose of the night is to give a place for women who might...

Volleyball breaks regular season attendance record

Traeton Harimon September 15, 2023 After taking part in Volleyball Day in Nebraska the week prior, the Loper volleyball team was out to set an attendance record of its own.  The Lopers were out to retake the...

Austin Eldrege doesn’t let Tre’Vaughn Craig escape as he recorded the win via technical fall to help the Lopers reclaim the lead over the Bronchos.

Central Oklahoma squeaks by Lopers in heavyweight matchup

GRANT TIGHE February 10, 2022 No. 1 Central Oklahoma traveled to No. 3 UNK on Saturday for a much-anticipated wrestling matchup at the Health and Sports Center. The Bronchos came away with the win 18-17 in...

Jean Driscoll set a Boston Marathon world record and won 12 medals as a Paralympian.

Paralympian inspires students to compete

JAKE PUTNAM September 30, 2021
Hall of Fame Paralympian, Jean Driscoll, presented “Dream Big, Work Hard” at the Health and Sports Center. She shared her unique perspective as a world record breaking athlete born with spina bifida. 
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UNK women battle toward MIAA tournament

GRANT TIGHE February 25, 2021
The Health and Sports Center hosted a prime matchup Feb. 18 as the UNK women’s basketball team in the coaches poll went up against the Central Missouri Jennies. UNK ranked No. 12 in the coaches poll and No. 14 in the media poll heading into the game. The Jennies fended off UNK in a tightly contested game 66-70.
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Don’t let COVID-19 touch down on UNK campus

September 17, 2020

UNK has been taking several precautions to ensure the safety of its students and faculty. These regulations are set to ensure we have a (mostly) on-campus semester, but there remains one glaring issue:...

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