KEARNEY — For students in Jeanne Stolzer’s FSID 253 class, it’s not enough just to be learning about child and adolescent development. They strive to make a difference with what they’ve learned.
Leaving home and starting college is about that time where many people learn about adulting — how to make decisions, take on responsibilities and take care of yourself like an adult. No more having your parents make your doctor appointments or driving you around. Among those many obligations…
KEARNEY — Though it’s been a bit of a slow process, the Sustainability Committee at the University of Nebraska at Kearney is hoping to make campus a little more green.
Venture outside of Kearney to explore plenty of hidden gems. Whether it’s a new brewery in Holdrege, a bakery in Minden or a painting studio in Alma, there are options for everyone in Hub Territory’s rural communities.
UNK’s Division of Student Affairs rolls out the carpet in order to encourage meaningful involvement for freshmen during their first six weeks on campus.
KEARNEY — Members of the Loper Programming and Activities Council learn the nuts and bolts of providing entertainment events on the University of Nebraska at Kearney campus.
KEARNEY — University of Nebraska at Kearney wrestler Isaac Deaton was in high school when he started looking for places to wrestle at the collegiate level.
KEARNEY — Marc Bauer spent 17 years building the University of Nebraska at Kearney wrestling into one of the premier programs in Division II. Under Bauer’s guidance, 90 UNK wrestlers earned All-American honors, including 22 national champions and 15 national runner-up finishes.
KEARNEY — In late June, a saucer-shaped object was observed hovering in the air near the student affairs building at the University of Nebraska at Kearney.