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Parking closer to residential halls will be more expensive. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Residential parking shifts to zone-based pricing

Gisell Torres April 5, 2024 UNK announced significant changes to the university’s parking pass system and pricing structure. The new system is set to take effect in the upcoming academic year and is intended...

Cartoon by Grace McDonald / Antelope Staff

Antelope Comics

September 21, 2022

Cartoon by Chris Terry Cartoon by Grace McDonald Cartoon by Kolton Maturey

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...

UNK Parking

Commuters gain 23 parking spots, Zone C passes sell out  

GRACE MCDONALD September 14, 2022 Parking zones shifted this fall due to landscaping and Fraternity and Sorority Life housing construction. Residential parking passes sold out on move-in day, but commuters...


The Antelope reflects on fall 2021 comebacks and setbacks

December 2, 2021

As this is the Antelope’s last issue this semester, the editors thought it fitting to reflect on fall 2021.  Enrollment Increase UNK saw an increase in enrollment for the first time in almost...

On football game days, Lots 11 and 12 are vacated, leaving Lot 14 for overflow student parking.

Changes to parking aim to alleviate shortages after sell-outs

September 9, 2021
As campus projects continue across campus, parking availability has suffered due to space reductions as crews have set up around Otto Olsen and the Student Union. The shortage has left many campus residents without permits close to residence halls.
commuter permit parking sign

Students weigh pros, cons of off-campus housing

ALEXIS HENRY March 4, 2021
When students move away from home, most must make the decision of where to live as a semi-independent young adult. UNK students have two basic options, living on or off campus.
Classes in the Otto Olsen building have been permanently moved to Discovery Hall.

Otto Olsen demo prep breaks up key commuter parking

CASSIE BROWN February 10, 2021
As UNK gears up to begin demolition of Otto Olsen constructed in 1955, Lot 32 north of the building is closed to make room for contractors. A few more steps must be taken before the full demolition process begins.
Students are frustrated with the lack of parking spots and the surplus of parking tickets.

On campus parking needs to change

March 11, 2020

MARIANA CHAVEZ Whether it involves street parking, meter parking, using a parking pass or parking in unauthorized parking spots, the parking at UNK is a problem. UNK parking is the Woodstock of campus...

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