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Students report on-campus assault by visiting biology professor

MALLORY BRUNING April 12, 2023 The UNK Police Department received a call from a female student on April 3 reporting an assault on campus. According to the report in the UNK Daily Crime & Fire Log,...

Andrew Howard enters the Sigma Tau Gamma chapter room. Photo by Kolton Maturey / Antelope Staff

Fraternities work to fill Martin Hall for fall 2023

MALLORY BRUNING April 12, 2023 UNK’s new Fraternity and Sorority Life housing has caused concerns among some students. These revolve around housing price increases, some fraternity chapters considering...


How leaders can be the bridge between students, officials

March 23, 2023

Build bridges. Build healthy students. Build public opinion.  These are the goals of the incoming student senate leaders, Temo Molina and Ethan Ciancio. We believe these sophomores are on the right...

Kara Buss, Aspen Luebbe and Mason Janky compete for victory in this years Fall Frenzy tournament. Photo provided by Shelby Berglund/ Antelope Staff

Students fall in love with biking at Fall Frenzy

JAKE PUTNAM October 12, 2022 Balloons, lights and stationary bikes means that it is time for the annual Fall Frenzy. UNK enters the stationary biking tournament with the one seed after dominating in...

The survey contained 36 questions and lasted five minutes. Photo provided by Kylie Schwab / Antelope Staff

Counseling invites students to mental wellness screening

fAITH WILLETS October 12, 2022 UNK Counseling paired with Residence Life to put on their second mental health screening day. Students were encouraged to take a self-assessment to learn a little more...

Too many questions, not enough answers about spring move

Too many questions, not enough answers about spring move

October 5, 2022

On publication day, the newsroom computers are lined with designers and editors sweating over AP Stylebooks, Oxford commas and hanging orphans. The stress levels rise and fall, but the team is bonded...

Students report night safety concerns to Senate, police

Students report night safety concerns to Senate, police

KOLTON MATUREY October 5, 2022 At last week’s Student Senate meeting, the topic of concern was the “creepy men” whom a number of students spotted and reported on Monday 26.  Some students...

The Hispanic Student Association shares multiple Latinx cultures with music, dancing and traditional dishes. Photo provided by Kylie Schwab / Antelope Staff

Latinx Heritage Month: Students celebrate with live music, salsa lessons

ZAHIRA LOPEZ September 28, 2022 UNK’s Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion and the Hispanic Student Association hosted their annual Latinx Heritage Month Celebration last Tuesday night. Over 300...

Mental health conversations unite students during tough times

Mental health conversations unite students during tough times

September 28, 2022

Suicide Prevention Week. Talk About It: Mental Health on Campus. Togetherall. Lopes for Hope. The Bandanna Project.  Recently, the UNK community increased efforts to advocate for mental health resources. The...

Woman wearing mask

2021-22: the year COVID-19 ‘disappeared’

April 28, 2022

At this time of year, students are scurrying between classes and construction projects, studying in the library, socializing in the Nebraskan Student Union and exhausting the grass with spikeball games. Two...

The group showed Loper pride while visiting Vienna, Italy.

Study abroad students ‘Czech’ out European countries 

SHELBY BERGLUND April 28, 2022 Since recovering from the pandemic, the UNK study abroad program sent 24 students to the Czech Republic. These Lopers are making the most of this journey as they explore...

Construction affects flow of UNK students and visitors.

Students cope while construction teams chip away at projects

April 7, 2022

NK’s to-do list includes developing the Conrad Hall “green space,” hammering away at the Fraternity and Sorority Life renovations, landscaping the Otto Olsen lot and continuing maintenance near...

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