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C-Tech Restoration was called in to work on damages from the flooding in Bruner Hall.

Bruner Hall restoration nearing spring completion

LAUREN MAY April 14, 2021
Bruner Hall has been undergoing restoration work since a pipe burst due to cold weather in February, flooding labs and classrooms throughout all four floors. Two months later, the hall is reoccupied, but work is expected to continue for months to come.
Chancellor Kristensen swears in the new student body representatives.

Chancellor confirms no faculty reductions for spring 2021

Chancellor Douglas Kristensen convened a campus conversation last week to address and discuss budget and academic staffing. The presentation focused on budgetary planning to meet the university’s remaining $2.0 million commitment to budget reductions.
The Art & Design Department will not hold classes this week to reduce student burnout.

Art and Design Department replaces break with ‘spring pause’

CASSIE BROWN March 17, 2021 This week, the Art and Design Department will take a pause from new material to give students an opportunity to work on existing projects. This pause is designed to help alleviate...

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Tensions across campus coming to a head

March 10, 2021
Spring is right around the corner, but spring break is nowhere to be found.
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New Year, new Fine Arts events

January 17, 2019

From senior recitals to Kearney Symphony Orchestra performances, Spring semester is full of Fine Arts Ian Kahler From small group performances to full-scale orchestra’s, UNK Music students are...

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