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Sam Schroeder and Zane Grizzle win election for student body president, vice president

Antelope Staff March 22, 2024

Sam Schroeder and Zane Grizzle have won the election and will serve as UNK's next student body president/regent and vice president. Schroeder and Grizzle won out the voting with 649 votes in their favor...

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Student Government election process kicks off

Jenna Heinz February 23, 2024 The Student Government election process is underway, with the application portal’s closure signaling the start of candidates’ campaigns. Students running for student body president,...

Students, faculty and staff gather around Cope Fountain to protest proposed budget cuts. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Students share their perspective on proposed budget cuts

Antelope Staff October 5, 2023

On Sept. 25, a draft budget proposal began circulating campus outlining potential budget cuts at UNK. The draft features proposed cuts to humanities programs such as theater, music, language and more. Students,...

Photo illustration by Kolton Maturey / Antelope Staff

Lineup of freshman candidates for student senate

Eve Healey September 29, 2023 Each year, Student Government holds elections for any and all freshmen who are interested in joining the senate. From there, several students can campaign; two of those students...

Chancellor Doug Christensen gives budget forum presentation. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

A reflection of student government through budget cuts

Antelope Staff September 22, 2023

Coming into the 2023-24 academic year, UNK was faced with a $4.3 million budget shortfall. As of right now, what this means for the future of our campus is uncertain. The one thing that is certain is...

Student survey on the horizon to evaluate campus culture

Student survey on the horizon to evaluate campus culture

ALEX HAMMEKE September 21, 2022 Maha Younes wants to change the Nebraska University Climate Survey due to length concerns. Student government wants to help with the support to change that. At the Tuesday...


Student Senate appoints adviser, discusses 2022-23 plans  

JENNA HEINZ September 8, 2022 UNK Student Government held its first meeting of the year last Tuesday in the Nebraskan Student Union. Student senators approved a new adviser and discussed plans for the...

KYLIE SCHWAB / ANTELOPE STAFF Emily Saadi addresses the inauguration attendees as the 2021-22 student regent, alongside vice-president Zach Zavodny.

New student government team sworn in

YUBIA RAMIREZ April 7, 2022 UNK held its annual inauguration ceremony to swear in Emily Saadi and Zach Zavodny as student body president and vice president, along with the new student senators.  The...

Three teams campaign for student government office

Student Body Elections: Three teams campaign for student government positions

SHELBY BERGLUND March 1, 2022 Three UNK students are gearing up for the student body president elections which will determine the student body trustee for next year. Campaigning started this week for...

The average student pays about $500 for books per semester in the Antelope Bookstore.

Student Government looks into online book formats

KYLIE SCHWAB February 24, 2022 UNK Student Government discussed the Antelope Bookstore in the Nebraskan Student Union at their weekly meeting last Tuesday.  The meeting discussed different models...

Students participated in this year’s fair in the Nebraskan Student Union due to weather.

UNK hosts annual spring student organization fair

MARIA KLINGELHOEFER February 10, 2022 UNK Student Government hosted the annual Spring Student Organization Fair last week. The fair featured 36 booths of both on and off-campus student organizations. This...

Many local businesses market off of Valentine’s Day through cards, gifts and dates.


February 10, 2022

WEDNESDAY FEB. 9 9 a.m. - 3 p.m.Kearney Area StorytellersFestival Workshops 7:30 - 8:30 p.m.Wind Ensemble Concert THURSDAY FEB. 10 1 - 3:30 p.m. Education Opportunites Fair 5 - 9 p.m. First...

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