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Feast of Nations

Feast of Nations

Liz Kacher, Staff Writer
February 14, 2017
Filed under Daniel Yun, Liz Kacher, Showcase

55th annual Feast of Nations held at the University of North Dakota The Alerus Center hosted the 55th annual Feast of Nations Saturday, Feb. 11, inside of a packed ballroom with a diverse crowd of attendees. The event was an opportunity to immerse oneself in a myriad of cultures through food and perfor...

Women’s March on Washington

Women’s March on Washington

Liz Kacher, Staff Writer
January 24, 2017
Filed under Daniel Yun, Liz Kacher, News

A large crowd of students gathered together at Archives Coffee House Saturday, Jan. 21, in support of the Women’s March on Washington that occurred in D.C. The Women’s March on Washington intended to send a message to the Trump administration that women’s rights are human rights. Archives hosted...

Invisible slaves

Invisible slaves

Rachel Cox, Staff Writer
November 1, 2016
Filed under Daniel Yun, News, Rachel Cox, Showcase

Historian and activist speaks to students, detailing the “Red Sand Project” At noon on Friday, Oct. 28, people gathered near the Memorial Union for a moving installment of the Red Sand Project. The Red Sand Project is a way to spread awareness of slavery that goes on all around the world today. ...

Adelphi fountain, a symbol for UND

Adelphi fountain, a symbol for UND

Nick Sallen, Editor-in-Chief
September 18, 2016
Filed under Daniel Yun, Features, Nick Sallen

Built in 1907, the Adelphi Fountain was the first purely aesthetic addition to campus as a gift to UND from the Adelphi Literary Society. Since 1928, the fountain has remained on the west bank of the English Coulee in between the Hughes Fine Arts Center and Burtness Theater. The Adelphi Fount...

Great traditions carried out

Great traditions carried out

Declan Hoffman, Staff Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Daniel Yun, Declan Hoffman, Features, Showcase

An annual tradition between UND law and medical students brought out the competitive spirits from both sides Friday night at the Malpractice Bowl, three weeks into their strict study schedules. The two schools pulled together the best athletes they could find for each side of the field. Played lik...

Women’s Volleyball snagging wins down south

Women’s Volleyball snagging wins down south

Hunter Plante, Staff Writer
September 13, 2016
Filed under Daniel Yun, Hunter Plante, Sports

UND moves their record over .500 as they collect four wins on the road The University of North Dakota are looking ahead to a schedule stacked with skilled teams. With games against SEC’s Ole Miss and Big 12’s Texas Tech, a sign of relief on the horizon would be welcomed in the non-conference sc...

Shedding light on UND’s Hisshou karate

Shedding light on UND’s Hisshou karate

Shelby Johnson, Features Editor
September 9, 2016
Filed under Daniel Yun, Features, Shelby Johnson

Shotokan karate is used as self-defense. This is the first thing that Sensei LaRoyce Batchelor explained. Batchelor is the sensei of UND’s Hisshou Karate. Shotokan is the certain type of karate that Hisshou focuses on. “If everyone practiced karate then violence would be nonexistent,” Batchel...

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