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Peter’s Ice Palace

Peter’s Ice Palace

Allyson Bento, Sports Editor
January 20
Filed under Allyson Bento, Showcase, Sports

If you grew up in a winter climate like North Dakota, there’s a good chance you had an outdoor rink experience not the experience like the one provided at Peter’s Ice Palace. Peter Elander, the associate head coach of the UND women’s hockey program, is trying to give children, students and even...

No dogs allowed

No dogs allowed

Jack Harvey, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Jack Harvey, Showcase, Sports

The University of North Dakota men’s hockey team will be out for revenge this weekend against longtime rival Minnesota Duluth. After a split against Miami (Ohio), the Hawks will look to take advantage of home ice against the Bulldogs. The two have met earlier this season when the Bulldogs were able...

Communication program earns department status

Communication program earns department status

Jacob Notermann, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Features, jacob notermann, Showcase

Communication has achieved department status at UND. The change was brought on by students claiming employers favored degrees from academic departments rather than an academic program. Departments are cited for having a better grasp on “academic and professional prestige.” Although the upgrade...

New Community Journalism professor comes to UND

New Community Journalism professor comes to UND

Stephanie Hollman, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Features, Stephanie Hollman

Sarah Cavanah’s passion for journalism and its instrumental role in informing our society is evident in the excited way she talks about everything regarding her writing — from her humble beginnings in high school to her various fellowships, teaching  and professional experiences. “To me, journalism...

Take a break from the usual lunch

Take a break from the usual lunch

Ben Godfrey, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Ben Godfrey, Features

Trying to decide on a place for lunch, but tired of the same old options available on campus? The Museum Café could be just what you’re looking for. Open Monday-Friday from 11 A.M. to 3 P.M., the Museum Café is located in the lower level of the North Dakota Museum of Art, behind Twamley Hall....

The brewery comes out with a new menu

The brewery comes out with a new menu

Haley Olson, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Features, Haley Olson, Showcase

Rhombus Guys Brewing Company released a new food menu Jan. 16, 2016. The brewing company is located at 116 3rd S. 3rd St. in Grand Forks located right next to Widman’s on the other side of the train tracks. Built in 1891 as an Opera house, and then later in the 1940’s as Uptown Bar and Bowling...

Graffiti, art or destruction of property

Breanna Roen, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Breanna Roen, Opinion

As a resident of Grand Forks, chances are you or someone you know has been stuck waiting for a train to exit the town. We all get frustrated if there is somewhere we have to be and the train starts moving in reverse. As irritating as the situation may seem, we cannot help but watch the train go by. As...

Legislators debate weird bills

Dave Owen, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Dave Owen, Opinion

In the past three weeks, we have had a series of seemingly bizarre legisla-tive debate in the state of North Dakota, including but not limited to; forcing your computer to be labeled as an adult video device, a tax in-crease from a governor who promised no new taxes, and last but not least, the ability...

Separating Trump from his alt-right supporters

Elizabeth Fequiere, Staff Writer
January 20
Filed under Elizabeth Fequiere, Opinion

Since Donald Trump has been elected president, the nation has been wondering, when exactly is he going to make America great again? So far, he has yet to fulfill any of his campaign promises, but his supporters continue to have high expectations. Unfortunately, some of their responses to the presidential...

International encouragement

International encouragement

Matt Eidson, News Editor
January 13
Filed under Matt Eidson, News, Showcase

Years ago, during a semester abroad in Chile, South America, Whitney Maine found herself on the metro transit, exploring her surroundings. After a few hours of soaking up the sights, she came to sudden realization — she had no idea where she was going. Remaining calm, Maine thought of her host family. “My...

Creative profession

Haley Olson, Staff Writer
January 13
Filed under Haley Olson, News

UND’s English department has halted its search for a creative writing tenure track professor. With the spring semester starting, there will be changes in many departments, including in the English department on campus. With 16.5 professors currently employed within the English faculty, there is...

To build or not to build; deciding what to do with Arbor Park

To build or not to build; deciding what to do with Arbor Park

Matt Eidson, News Editor
January 13
Filed under Matt Eidson, News, Showcase

The fate of Arbor Park continues to be a topic of discussion for community members. In previous months, several members of the Grand Forks community rallied together to introduce a petition demanding city council cease development plans. The petition needed 3,465 verified signatures in order to be...

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