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Students fling powder and water balloons for Holi Festival of Colors. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Holi Festival of Colors

Sydney Tisthammer April 12, 2024 The Global Student Association hosted its annual Holi Festival of Colors. UNK students joined in on the colored powder, water balloon and water gun fun.  Many students...

Lopers Speak: Why did you pull your last all nighter?

Antelope Staff April 7, 2024

  Isac Portillo Computer Science + Data Science, Freshman "My last all-nighter was last night actually. I was the designated driver and the homies did not want to go home. And then they...

Lopers Speak: Who do you hope UNK brings to the next spring concert?

Antelope Staff March 8, 2024

  Shaun Ross Sports Management, Senior "If we could get Lil Uzi, that would be great. Lil Baby. This is Nebraska so Taylor Swift would help everybody out. Bruno Mars. Anybody better than...

Photo by Traeton Harimon / Antelope Staff

Lopes for Hope reduces student stress with mug painting

Ann Daily March 8, 2024 Lopes for Hope finished February with a relaxing event for students. Students could paint mugs, drink hot cocoa and relax while talking to their peers. Lopes for Hope does monthly...

Student Health intends to bring walk-in appointments back. Photo by Jenna Heinz / Antelope Staff

Student Health temporarily switches to scheduled-only visits

Antelope Staff March 8, 2024

In recent weeks, classroom attendance has dwindled. Sicknesses are spreading and we all flinch anytime someone around us coughs or sneezes. With sicknesses on the rise, the need for healthcare visits has...

Jess, played by Kerron Stark, comforts Chelsea, portrayed by Christina Spillman. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Play offers support for young people in abusive relationships

Rachel Ostdiek March 1, 2024 Omaha-based nonprofit organization, “Respect”, came to UNK last week to promote healthy dating relationships. “Respect” is formed of professional actor-educators who...

Lopers Speak: What is one thing you can’t leave home without?

Antelope Staff February 26, 2024

  Estefano Paez Business, Senior "I would say probably my glasses because otherwise, I wouldn’t be able to see at all."         Bethany Rother Theatre...

Lea Burkey, cashier at The Graze, has been a cashier in the food industry for 19 years. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Dining hall cashier knows students by name

Sydney Tisthammer February 23, 2024 Lea Burkey is the highlight of The Graze dining experience for many students. The dining hall cashier has an outgoing personality that is unforgettable to others around her.  Burkey...

Lopers Speak: What is the worst type of classmate?

Antelope Staff February 16, 2024

  Maria Gonzalez Psychology, Junior "The classmate who shares too much about themselves. I really don’t care and neither does anyone else."         Brenda...

Lopers Speak: What is your ideal Valentine’s date?

Antelope Staff February 16, 2024

  Lainey Schmeits 7-12 Social Studies Education, Junior "Probably lying in bed with my boyfriend and rotting away for the night after eating a bunch of comfort food."           Logan...

Walker Art Gallery brimming with select pieces by students. Photo by Shelby Berglund / Antelope Staff

Walker Art Gallery: Exhibit showcases chosen student works over the last few years

Eve Healey February 16, 2024 The Department of Art and Design is showcasing student talent with a “Faculty Select Exhibition” in the Walker Art Gallery. The show, which runs from Jan. 22 through Feb....

Photo illustration by Antelope Staff

Students are crumbling under pre-Thanksgiving workload

Antelope Staff November 17, 2023

At this point in the semester, many of us students are feeling burnt out and simply trying to make it through. The past few months of working tirelessly in classes, on homework and at work have caught...

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