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Former contestant on America’s Next Top Model speaks to students at UND

Former contestant on America’s Next Top Model speaks to students at UND

Liz Kacher, Staff Writer

October 28, 2016


Filed under Alley Stroh, Liz Kacher, News

Tuesday night in the Memorial Union Ballroom, UND Catholic brought Leah Darrow to campus to speak about her decision to change her life and journey toward a Catholic faith. Darrow’s message was titled, “Made for More: What I Wish Every College Student Knew.” Darrow gained national attention with her pa...

Legendary Lightfoot was a letdown

Legendary Lightfoot was a letdown

Amanda Hefner, Staff Writer

October 23, 2016


Filed under Alley Stroh, Amanda Hefner, Features

Last Monday night, the Chester Fritz Auditorium was transformed from a quiet theater settling into a rousing concert venue full of live music and feelings of nostalgia as Gordon Lightfoot took the stage for a dramatic performance. Lightfoot’s performance was part of a string of international tour dates stretching ...

Do you agree with Luke

Do you agree with Luke

Rachel Cox and Declan Hoffman

October 23, 2016


Filed under Alley Stroh, Declan Hoffman, News, Rachel Cox

Do you agree with Luke? These words have covered sidewalks, white boards and flyers for the past week. More recently, almost 100 students have been wearing bright orange ‘I agree with Luke’ T-shirts around campus. But who is Luke and why is he trying to get people to agree with him? Enthused and fru...

Saleh Faruque publishes fourth book in series

Saleh Faruque publishes fourth book in series

Journey Gontjes, Staff Writer

October 2, 2016


Filed under Alley Stroh, Features, Journey Gontjes

University of North Dakota associate professor of electrical engineering Saleh Faruque has published book number four in his “Radio Frequency Made Easy” series: “Radio Frequency Modulation Made Easy.” Dr. Faruque is no stranger to physics, wireless communications or radio frequency, as he h...

Bringing a better understanding of diversity to UND

Bringing a better understanding of diversity to UND

Matt Eidson, News Editor

October 2, 2016


Filed under Alley Stroh, Features, Matt Eidson

Associate vice president for Diversity and Inclusion speaks up Years ago, at Drake University in Des Monies, Iowa, Sandra Mitchell was a frequenter of the Black Cultural Center on the university’s campus. A building that had once been used as a fraternity house, Mitchell found herself escaping to the...

Bubba sets plans in motion for a successful season

Bubba sets plans in motion for a successful season

Adam Gunderman, Staff Writer

September 21, 2016


Filed under Adam Gunderman, Alley Stroh, Sports

Head coach Schweigert speaks to the keys to success for his 2016 football squad When Bubba Schweigert took over as the head coach of UND football, the program was coming off a three win season. UND was transitioning to Division 1, and struggling. Since Schweigert has become head coach, the team has shown ...

Smokin’ hot, Firehouse Subs opens in Grand Forks

Smokin’ hot, Firehouse Subs opens in Grand Forks

Amanda Hefner, Staff Writer

September 18, 2016


Filed under Alley Stroh, Amanda Hefner, Features, Showcase

Sub sandwiches are a classic lunchtime favorite for many people. There is certainly a lot to love on a sub, as the traditional sub sandwich is a brilliant creation stuffed with a variety of meats, cheeses, vegetables and condiments. I am always looking for a good sub, so this week my quest f...

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