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Squishmallows take over social media, spark fandom

April 28, 2022

Kylie SchwabAntelope Staff While walking through the seasonal section in a northern Texan Walmart in early 2020, I found Valentine’s Day edition Squishmallows. I was easily convinced by their cute...

Refugees will be sent hygiene products placed in donation boxes around campus.

Wear blue, gold with pride as Ukraine issues reach US colleges

March 25, 2022

International issues start as another country’s problem. In 1914, Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria was assassinated in Bosnia and Herzegovina.  More recently, Ebola struck West Africa...

Six Big Brother players aligned to ensure that the first black winner would be crowned.

‘The Cookout’ alliance ensures first black winner of Big Brother

MACKENZIE KRUMLAND September 23, 2021
A seemingly impossible goal was achieved this season of “Big Brother”. ‘The Cookout’ alliance of “Big Brother” achieved their goal of bringing all six black contestants to the end of the game. This ensured that the 23rd season of “Big Brother” would have a black winner. In the history of “Big Brother”, there has never been a black winner or a six-person alliance that made it to the end. 
Before the presence of social media, Aeropostale and Justice were considered peak fashion.

Social media changes Gen Z perception of beauty standards

Middle school was a rough time for all of us. Back then, I thought peak fashion was anything I could find at the store Justice. Looking back at the way I acted and dressed, I cringe to myself and wonder what I was thinking. Although I would’ve loved to have surpassed such an awkward and uncomfortable stage, it’s important to realize that middle school was simply character development, and as college students, we wouldn’t be who we are without that phase.
The hashtag, #RIPTwitter, started trending when users learned of the app’s new features.

Twitter announces new paid ‘Super Follows’ feature

LAUREN MAY March 10, 2021
Twitter announced two new features that will be added to its platform, including a paid subscription feature called ‘Super Follows’.
UNK Louie Loper

Tensions across campus coming to a head

March 10, 2021
Spring is right around the corner, but spring break is nowhere to be found.
UNK Louie Loper

#FreeBritney documentary attracts the spotlight

LAUREN MAY February 25, 2021
The #FreeBritney movement has moved from social media into the streets, but how will it achieve its main goal: freeing Britney Spears from her conservatorship?
UNK Louie Loper

TikTok revolutionizes today as we know it

February 25, 2021
New fandom, millions of dollars, music contracts, celebrity relationships and private jets are just a few things TikTok has to offer. However, let us not forget about the dark, monstrous and heartbreaking side of the app as well.
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The normal that never was

November 7, 2018

World may be troubled, but admiring past isn’t productive in solving it Elliot Gonnella Watching the news or looking over our social media feeds paints a bleak picture of how things are. Political...

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