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Lopers get involved with campus activities

Lopers get involved with campus activities

September 14, 2018

Photos by Jiyoon Kim  

Alex Achtermann, a junior exercise science major from Denver, Colorado, smirks as he runs and watches his hit fly out of Memorial Field. Achtermann had 5 RBIs in Sunday’s game.

Lopers v Lindenwood

March 27, 2018

By Robynn Milewski

Wrestling finishes Top 10 at NCAA Championships

March 14, 2018

  The Nebraska-Kearney wrestling team tallied 44.50 points to finish in eighth place at the 2018 NCAA Division II Championships Saturday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The Lopers, seeing all five of its qualifiers...

Ty Roseberry, a sophomore from Kearney studying Physical Therapy, prepares to complete a play that resulted in a home run.

Lopers swing for the fences

March 14, 2018

UNK breaks out brooms for weekend sweep By Ryan Boyd UNK spent the past weekend going to bat against non-conference opponent Minot State. The Beavers pushed the Lopers for success, and it worked in UNK’s...

Dr. Eunkyung Son, a visiting assistant professor of cello and director of string project at the UNK from South Korea, Dr. Jayoung Hong, a piano instructor and collaborative pianist in UNK from South Korea and Dr. Sharon OConnell Campbell, an associate professor of music at the UNK perform together at the Faculty Recital.

Faculty showcases exceptional talent at recital

March 1, 2018

Photos by: Sieun Lee  

Awadia Kuku, a freshman hoping to major in law from Seattle, Washington sings When I Was Your Man by Bruno Mars. Kuku has an upcoming audition for Americas Got Talent and has auditioned for American Idol in the past.

LPAC’s FAME Talent Show rocks

February 21, 2018

Photos by: Robynn Milewski

Ting Ding, a junior chemistry major from Beijing, China, performs Sichuan opera face changing on the stage. It was one of the hottest performance at the Festival.

CSSA puts on 11th annual Chinese Spring Festival

February 21, 2018

Chinese Scholars and Students Association hosts popular cultural event.  Highly polished performances accompanied a wide variety of Chinese food. Photos by Sieun Lee  

Caffeine Cram shows new students around Kearney

Caffeine Cram shows new students around Kearney

February 21, 2018

Kitt’s Coffee Bar & Calico Coffee Co. hosted Caffeine Cram Thursday, Feb.15. Caffeine Cram is put on by the UNK Learning Commons and the First Year Program, giving students a chance to explore great...

Alyssa Frauender, grad student from Humphrey, NE, goes for the layup against the Riverhawks. The team finished the half with a 18-3 run including Michaela Barry, Adreon Bell and Alyssa Frauender.

Lady Lopers clinch 20-win season

February 21, 2018

First home loss fuels fire for win against Northeastern State By: Ryan Boyd Tournament time is approaching fast for division-II basketball, and all conferences are ramping up the pressure to make their...

The finale of a great show is a dance called “Go” in Japanese, also known as the fisherman’s dance in America, because the swift and swaying movements of each dancer gave off the impression of a single fish.

JAK shows off Japanese culture at festival

February 15, 2018

The Japanese Association of Kearney showcased both modern and traditional Japanese culture at festival By Jessica Moser Students and community members braved the snow on Saturday night to attend the Japanese...

Wind Ensemble embarks on winter tour

Wind Ensemble embarks on winter tour

February 15, 2018

Traveling to the Sandhills, the UNK Wind Ensemble played four concerts at host high schools By Braydon Conell The Wind Ensemble departed for its annual tour on the morning of Feb. 1 after a home preview...

Students win with goals, strategies

February 7, 2018

Success coaches curious and empathetic about student lives, successes and struggles Shelby Larsen Antelope Staff Often students view the Learning Commons as a place to get help with their writing or other...

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