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UND Art collections showcases new exhibit

UND Art collections showcases new exhibit

Ana Chisolm, Arts & Community Writer

January 29, 2019

Crossing the street on the cold January night towards the Empire Arts Center one could see that the place was abuzz with excitement. On Tuesday, Jan. 22 the Empire Arts Center held the opening of the UND Art Collections new exhibit, Fables, Insults, and Reverence: The Animals of UND Art Collections....

Spilling the tea

Spilling the tea

Noah Sell, Arts & Community Writer

January 29, 2019

PeggyJo, the Prevention Education Specialist for CVIC at UND, helped host the “Spilling the Tea” talks that take place each month on campus at Archives Coffee House.   “If you go to an event that happens one time a year, and never talk about it again, then you forget,” PeggyJo sai...

The Power of Healing

The Power of Healing

Molly Andrews, Arts & Community Writer

January 29, 2019

What is the best way to heal? This is a question that can have so many different answers. While being in college, many students face hardships and deal with them in different ways. Some of these can be healthy but others can cause serious issues within us over time. On Saturday morning, abo...

The Premiere of “Home”

The Premiere of “Home”

Molly Andrews, Arts & Community Writer

January 29, 2019

Imagine spending the day outside in the cold, windy weather and not having a warm place to go to rest your head at night. This image you are creating is a reality among the homeless community not only in Grand Forks, but in North Dakota. On Wednesday at the Empire Arts Center, The Human Family ha...

Fairytale Magic

Fairytale Magic

Noah Sell, Arts & Community Writer

January 29, 2019

Walking into the Chester Fritz Auditorium on Monday night, one could feel the excitement of families and friends who were there to experience the retelling of the age old story of Cinderella. The first floor of the building was packed with people shoulder to shoulder who were trying to either trudge...

Trivia Takeover

Trivia Takeover

Noah Sell, Arts & Community Writer

November 6, 2018

Trivia Takeover is a trivia event hosted by the university every couple of weeks, the topics are chosen from popular media. Past themes have included Disney, the television show Friends and most recently the book and movie series Harry Potter. Each trivia night attracts dozens of teams of like-min...

Welcome to the family!

Welcome to the family!

Molly Andrews, Arts & Community

November 6, 2018

Do you love beer and a relaxed yet welcoming atmosphere? Well, Half Brother’s Brewery may be the perfect place for you? Half Brothers originally started with Chad and his half-brother Taylor. Chad was working at the Rhombus Guys Brewery as the head Brewer but he had worked at others before Rhombus ...

Mutton Bustin’

Mutton Bustin’

Molly Andrews, Arts & Community Writer

October 30, 2018

Wojo Rodeos joined Patch on Point for a good mutton bustin’ to kick off the weekend in Grand Forks. Patch on the Point is new to East Grand Forks and they have a lot of things to do for people of any age. The have a variety of pumpkins and gourds to buy but they also have a bunch of fun things...

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Rocky Horror Picture Show

Noah Sell, Arts & Community Writer

October 30, 2018

Take what you know about seeing a movie, add what you know about seeing a live show, mash them together and forget everything you know about both of them and you are left with the start of a general idea of what “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” is. I attended my first live performance of the show this last Frida...

Tour de Forks

Tour de Forks

Molly Andrews, Opinion writer

October 23, 2018

Grand Forks has a rich history that many individuals are unaware of. Thanks to Tour De Forks, the history of Grand Forks was unleashed last Saturday. Tour De Forks was put on by the Sharon Lutheran Young Adults Community. This is a church community who strives to help young adults feel comfortable...

Playing in the Pumpkin Patch

Playing in the Pumpkin Patch

Molly Andrews, Arts & Community Writer

October 9, 2018

Nothing screams fall more than pumpkins, corn mazes, pumpkins and haunted houses. Imagine if there was a place where you could get your fix of fall in just one stop. If you visit Nelson’s Pumpkin Patch you can do just that. This is the patch’s 22nd season and there are many fun activities to do, ...

Take Back the Night

Noah Sell, Arts & Community Writer

October 9, 2018

This week UND, along with the Community Violence Intervention Center (CVIC), hosted Take Back the Night and the Clothesline Project to show support for and tell the stories of survivors and victims of domestic abuse, sexual assault and rape. The Clothesline Project was on campus from Monday through Friday...

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