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The UNK Outdoor Adventures group explore the forest and rolling hills of Kentucky. Courtesy photo from Outdoor Adventures

Lopers immerse themselves in nature, Appalachian Mountains

MALLORY BRUNING April 6, 2023 Over spring break, some students crave opportunities to immerse themselves in nature. This year, UNK offered the perfect solution: backpacking through the Appalachian Mountains.  The...


Week-long spring break returns for 2022-23

April 21, 2022

After three years of spring breaks disrupted by the pandemic, UNK will return to a full week of rest and relaxation across campus in 2023 for the first time since 2019. The week-long break will also...

After winter break, students were welcomed back to campus by several inches of snow. The weather caused the university to cancel the first two days of classes.

UNK officials should rethink the J-term, lengthen spring break

March 8, 2022

This January, 456 students enrolled in 26 sections during the 3-week intersession, according to the UNK Registrar.  The students were enrolled in a total of 1,172 credit hours, according to the UNK...

UNK Louie Loper

Five ways to unwind mid-semester without a spring break

JAKEB LARSON March 17, 2021
This year, UNK students don’t have a spring break to look forward to, so we must find other ways to recharge between classes without a week off. To help with stress relief, students can participate in activities to help them relax.
The spring semester will kick off with a three-week intercession on Jan. 4, directly followed by the start of classes on Jan. 25.

Spring schedule to go before Board of Regents

CHEYANNE DIESSNER September 17, 2020 UNK administration proposed a spring schedule that includes a three-week intercession with classes convening on Jan. 25. The proposal will go before the Nebraska University...

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Making spring break plans on a budget

March 11, 2020

OLIVIA RASH You’re working your butt off at your part time job while going to school and just need a break. Don’t worry, just because you have to work hard doesn’t mean that you aren’t allowed...

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