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Lauren Daigle tells religion stories in ‘Look Up Child’

Lauren Daigle tells religion stories in ‘Look Up Child’

October 12, 2022

Bailee Sterling Antelope Staff Thirteen songs with one compelling voice. In 2018, Lauren Daigle’s album, “Look Up Child,” came out and has been one of my favorites ever since.  Lauren...

Taylor Swift raised my generation to be forever ‘Fearless’

Taylor Swift raised my generation to be forever ‘Fearless’

OLIVIA CASPER October 5, 2022 Who knew writing songs about awful breakups, revenge and love could have such a powerful influence on our society? For as long as I can remember Taylor Swift has been my...

The Hispanic Student Association shares multiple Latinx cultures with music, dancing and traditional dishes. Photo provided by Kylie Schwab / Antelope Staff

Latinx Heritage Month: Students celebrate with live music, salsa lessons

ZAHIRA LOPEZ September 28, 2022 UNK’s Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion and the Hispanic Student Association hosted their annual Latinx Heritage Month Celebration last Tuesday night. Over 300...

Taylor Swift re-recorded ‘Red’ to take back her music.

Taylor Swift reclaims music with ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’

December 2, 2021

Taylor Swift is at it again with another re-release of her old material. In review, it was well intentioned but overproduced. Last month, Swift released a brand new version of her 2012 album “Red”...

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.
Based in Southern California, the rock band Mrs. Henry is releasing a new album as part one of a three-part rock opera.

Rock band Mrs. Henry to release new single, album

CASSIE BROWN September 30, 2021 Mrs. Henry, an up-and-coming rock ‘n’ roll band based in southern California, will release a new album Oct. 20. With a name derived from a Bob Dylan song and a sound to intrigue,...

Dirty Honey is the only unsigned band to hit No. 1 on Billboard’s Mainstream Rock Chart.

Emerging band Dirty Honey to release new album

CASSIE BROWN April 21, 2021
American rock band Dirty Honey has been quick to win the hearts of many rock fans, and they are just getting started. Dirty Honey will release their self-titled debut album Friday.
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.
Tied Up Dirty Honey

EDITOR’S CHOICE: best song of the week

April 7, 2021
I have always been a big fan of classic rock, so when I was first introduced to Dirty Honey, I was on board. Still a relatively new band, Dirty Honey captures that classic rock feeling while adding their own twist. That’s why the song of the week is “Tied Up.” The listener is pulled in at the first strum of the guitar, and the intro is followed by strong verses that blend into the catchy chorus. “Tied Up” also features a signature guitar solo that drives this rocker into the final chorus. The closing bars of “Tied Up” especially highlight the vocals, and the way it’s mixed certainly turned my head the first time I heard the studio version that was released last month. After listening to the singles, I can’t wait to see how the rest of the album sounds!
‘Scary Hours 2’ followed Drake’s ‘Scary Hours’ EP, which was released in 2018.

Drake’s ‘Scary Hours 2’ EP frightens listeners

LEAH SMITH March 17, 2021
Music is ever-changing and in today’s society if an artist does not keep up with the change of society, culture, and life in general they become obsolete.
The group poses during its dance to “Fukyowaon” by Nogizaka 46 for the 20th annual Japanese Festival.

JAK presents virtual cultural experience

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.
Tilly, played by Lucy Haarman, cries as she holds Lilith, played Ashlee Glaser, who has just been stabbed.

Fine arts closes curtains on normal routine

CASSIE BROWN August 20, 2020  This semester is already presenting many challenges for all students and professors. The UNK Department of Music, Theatre, and Dance is determined to make the best of the situation.  John...

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