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The Rural Health Education Building had a beam raising ceremony on April 1. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

On-time completion of construction projects looks promising

Antelope Staff April 6, 2024

When Martin Hall reopened last spring, construction was still finishing up as fraternity members moved into the building. Construction delays started to become more common than not.  In an editorial...

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Martin Hall mixes fraternity life with non-Greeks

Corinne Smith September 22, 2023 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...

Randall receives needed upgrade to house increase in Freshman. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Randall Hall closes down for renovations

Rachel Ostdiek September 15, 2023

UNK continues campus improvements this semester with upgrades being made to Randall Hall. While the maintenance is somewhat minor, students will not inhabit Randall Hall for the 2023-24 academic year.  The...

If minimum occupancy is not maintained, chapters could lose access to private lounges and study spaces. Photo by Grace McDonald / Antelope Staff

Fraternities discuss future of Martin Hall occupancy

Grace McDonald May 16, 2023

University officials are asking fraternities to fill 30-35% of the 113 beds in Martin Hall this fall. But when occupancy agreements were released near the beginning of April, no fraternity presidents signed...

Andrew Howard enters the Sigma Tau Gamma chapter room. Photo by Kolton Maturey / Antelope Staff

Fraternities work to fill Martin Hall for fall 2023

MALLORY BRUNING April 12, 2023 UNK’s new Fraternity and Sorority Life housing has caused concerns among some students. These revolve around housing price increases, some fraternity chapters considering...

Construction teams finish renovations at Martin Hall. Photo by Grace McDonald / Antelope Staff

Are construction officials spreading themselves too thin?

February 16, 2023

When ceremonial scissors clamped down on the Martin Hall ribbon, it did not cut right away. The audience chuckled as the students got accustomed to the size of the comically large scissors. It took a...

Phi Delta Theta members hang out in their new chapter room. Photo by Grace McDonald / Antelope Staff

Greeks give tours at Martin Hall ribbon cutting 

ALEX HAMMEKE February 16, 2023 After sitting vacant the past nine years, Martin Hall finally has students again. UNK welcomed the first phase of new Fraternity and Sorority Life housing with a ribbon...

Excitement builds for new Greek housing after student tours

Excitement builds for new Greek housing after student tours

FAITH WILLETS September 21, 2022 The conversion of Martin Hall is the most recent major renovation to the University of Nebraska at Kearney and is set to be completed by January 2023. This project will...

Antelope Hall is being repaired due to water damage.

Martin, Antelope Hall undergo renovations, repairs

ALEXIS BERNTHAL December 2, 2021 Notable improvements to UNK student housing are on the horizon. Construction of Martin Hall, along with a current maintenance project on Antelope Hall, are projects underway....

UNK Summer Construction

UNK Summer Construction

August 20, 2021
Campus looks different than it did last spring. Buildings were razed and renovated to make way for new projects. 
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 18, 2021
Fraternity and Sorority Life students could find themselves a new home soon as UNK announced a new housing proposal.
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