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Korean food at the University of North Dakota

Experiencing Korea at UND’s Korean Culture Night 

Gabrielle Bossart, Reporter November 22, 2022

The annual Korean Culture Night was held on Monday, November 14th this year and saw an excellent turnout from the student body. The event, hosted each year by the Korean Culture Exchange Club, took place...

Woman reads book by Collen Hoover at the University of North Dakota Chester Fritz Library.

Who is Hoover?

November 17, 2022

If you are an avid reader such as me, or even if you dabble in books, I am sure you have heard of Colleen Hoover. This author has stolen hearts, cut them out, and shoved them down her reader’s throats...

Empire Theater marquee in Grand Forks, ND

Human Rights Film Festival

Ava Stockstad, Reporter November 17, 2022

On November 8th in downtown Grand Forks, the Empire Arts Center held its fourth annual North Dakota Human Rights Film and Art Festival (NDHRFF). The festival has made its way across North Dakota to share...

Movie DVDs at the University of North Dakota Chester Fritz Library

What Makes for a Great Film 

Gabrielle Bossart, Reporter November 17, 2022

Why is it so difficult to make a “good” horror movie? Plenty of things in life are scary and even terrifying, so why are successful horror movies hard to come by? While ideas for great films are certainly...

Dia de Los Muertos at UND 

Dia de Los Muertos at UND 

Ava Stockstad, Reporter November 8, 2022

With Disney’s Coco playing on the screen for visitors to watch and an altar set up to commemorate loved ones, Day of the Dead celebrations at UND were underway. This event was put on by Student Diversity...

Swimmers in pool at UND

UND Organization Spotlight: Triathlon Club 

Gabrielle Bossart, Reporter November 2, 2022

The University of North Dakota has over 250 student organizations with a variety of missions and goals. Student organizations can be created by any student and are typically based around things such as...

Art on University of North Dakota Campus

Remarkable Photography Exhibition Opens at the Hughes Fine Arts Center 

Gabrielle Bossart, Reporter October 24, 2022
Visions in Photography: Stories of Now is a national juried exhibition that opened on October 17th in the Colonel Eugene E. Myers Art Gallery at the Hughes Fine Arts Center with a small reception to celebrate. The opening of the exhibition included refreshments and delightful live music as provided by talented cellists, pianists, and violinists of the UND Music Department. The exhibition, juried by visiting artist Cindy Steiler, includes the work of artists from all over the continental United States. Steiler is an exceptionally talented artist with a gift for visual storytelling and is currently the Artist in Resident of Photography at UND.  
Exterior view of Bernies cafe in East Grand Forks, Minnesota.

Brunch at Bernie’s  

Claire Arneson, Editor October 19, 2022
Recently, across the river in East Grand Forks, a new brunch spot called Bernie’s opened up. The owner, who is none other than Food Network’s Molly Yeh, opened the restaurant on October 1st, and it quickly became an attraction. The new Scandinavian brunch spot has seen lines wrapped around the building at all times of the day.
Students sit in the Memorial Union at the University of North Dakota

Picking a Major: Advice for Students from Students

Ava Stockstad, Reporter October 19, 2022
When coming to college, the obvious question a new student will be asked is: “What is your major?” For many, this question can be easily answered. However, there are a handful of students who are unsure of what degree they would like to pursue. Many students in college will feel pressure to pick a major, but the truth is, picking a major is a complicated thing. In case you are struggling with figuring out your academic path, some upperclassmen have advice for any students seeking some guidance.  
Students walk on University of North Dakota campus

Impactful Instructors at UND

Ava Stockstad, Reporter October 19, 2022
Here at UND, there are over 800 instructional faculty members. During your academic career at the University of North Dakota, you may only come across just a small fraction of these teachers and professors. However, one faculty member is enough to change a student’s life.   
Blank Notebooks: How to be Creative and Productive with Something You Already Have 

Blank Notebooks: How to be Creative and Productive with Something You Already Have 

Gabrielle Bossart, Reporter October 5, 2022
This article serves to give you ideas on how to fill it up in a creative or productive way. There are plenty of apps and phone tools that you can use to be creative and keep track of your life, but sometimes it is more beneficial to physically write things down and where better to do so than a blank notebook.   
Spooky Attractions Near You!  

Spooky Attractions Near You!  

Claire Arneson, Editor October 5, 2022
Well, it is that time of year, folks! The leaves are starting to fall, it is getting colder, and the seasonal depression is beginning to kick in, but there is also fun during this time filled with pumpkin spice and stress.
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