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Meet the Sororities at the University of North Dakota

Meet the Sororities at the University of North Dakota

Kelsie Hildebrand January 24, 2022

As many of you may know, Greek life at UND is huge! Greek life offers so many opportunities to its members to develop leadership skills, pursue excellence in scholarship, create lifelong friendships,...

Meet Real Good Cookies

Meet “Real Good Cookies”

Claire Weltz, Sports Editor January 24, 2022

Sarah Horak is the owner of Real Good Cookies, home of the official cookie of UND Athletics. Horak is originally from Beulah, North Dakota, and in her senior year of high school, she joined the ND Air...

A Merry Christmas

A Merry Christmas

Claire Wehri, General Reporter December 5, 2021

The celebration of Christmas is many centuries old, originating in Rome around 336 AD. Like most new traditions, it was received with controversy. Many believed the true “birthday” of Jesus Christ...

The Importance of Being Earnest

The Importance of Being Earnest

Claire Wehri, General Reporter November 23, 2021

The UND Theatre Department presented The Importance of Being Earnest, a play written by Oscar Wilde in 1894. The show was held during five separate dates this November, and I attended the presentation...

Aurora Chasing 101 with Vincent Ledvina

Aurora Chasing 101 with Vincent Ledvina

Claire Weltz, Editor November 23, 2021

There are a lot of reasons people choose to attend the University of North Dakota. The school is renowned for its aviation program. Others are attracted to its top-caliber hockey team. For physics senior...

C^4: Coffee Conversations with Claire and Caitlin

C^4: Coffee Conversations with Claire and Caitlin

Claire Weltz, General Editor November 15, 2021

Two ex-baristas just trying to finish college through the power of caffeine. Follow along with Claire and Caitlin as they sip their way through Grand Forks coffee establishments!   Claire: Scooter’s...

Feel of Korea

Feel of Korea

Claire Weltz, Editor November 8, 2021

The Feel of Korea event took place November 5 from 10am to 6pm in the new Memorial Union Ballroom. With a free catered lunch and dinner, guests were delighted by Korean snacks such as honey butter chips...

Delta Upsilon Breaks Ground on New House During Homecoming Weekend

Delta Upsilon Breaks Ground on New House During Homecoming Weekend

Claire Weltz, Arts and Community Editor. November 2, 2021

The Delta Upsilon (DU) fraternity chapter at UND will celebrate its 60th birthday this year, and the festivities kicked off during this past homecoming weekend. The chapter broke ground at 421 Princeton...

Halloween Fun On and Off Campus

Halloween Fun On and Off Campus

Kelsie Hildebrand, News Writer October 25, 2021

This upcoming week, the Grand Forks community has a lot to offer for those who love the spooky season and Halloween. From children to college students to adults, there is definitely an event that is perfect...

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Fire and Blood

Iris Mlnarik, Opinion Writer May 3, 2021

Watch out and get ready because the dragons are back and they are bigger and more fierce than ever.  On April 26, 2021, HBO confirmed the official start of production for House of Dragon, the Game...

Spring 2021 Play – Songs for a New World

Elise Unterseher, Arts and Community Editor April 20, 2021

This Spring, the University of North Dakota’s Theatre department is performing Jason Robert Brown’s Off-Broadway play called Songs for a New World. This abstract production lies between a musical...

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Anyone Can Cook

Elise Unterseher, Art and Community Writer April 5, 2021

Any college student who has the responsibility of cooking for themselves knows the internal debate over having another bowl of buttered noodles, a frozen pizza, or simply ordering take-out. Half the...

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