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UND Communication Appreciation Day Showcases the Success of the Department

UND Communication Appreciation Day Showcases the Success of the Department

Kelsie Hildebrand, Editor-in-Chief May 1, 2024

The Memorial Union was booming with students, faculty, and alumni on April 25 where people were reuniting with old friends and making new ones. The University of North Dakota’s Department of Communication...

Connection on Campus with the Live by 9 Event

Connection on Campus with the Live by 9 Event

Sadie Blace, Editor April 17, 2024

On April 9, UND’s COMM 430 class partnered with Blue Zones Project to host a wellness event on UND’s campus. The event's goal was to bring awareness to the ways to honor your health as a UND student....

Live by with the Blue Zones Project

Live by with the Blue Zones Project

Kelsie Hildebrand, Editor-in-Chief April 3, 2024

Blue Zones Project has partnered with 104 Agency, which is run by COMM 430, an Advertising and Public Relations course here at UND, to host a wellness inspired event on April 9 from 11 a.m. to 12:30 p.m....

UND and the Empire Theatre

UND and the Empire Theatre

Allie McAthie, Guest Writer May 5, 2020

For the past 101 years, Grand Forks has been home to the Empire Theater, a traditional movie theater in the heart of downtown. To someone passing by in recent years, especially after the terrible Red River...

Common sense vs. rumor

Common sense vs. rumor

Madie McPherson, Opinion Writer April 28, 2020

The world is full of interesting people. Whether they possess the I.Q. of a genius or are the most seemingly ‘mediocre’ person someone has ever met, all of us tend to agree more on one major social...

Cursive writing + snail mail

Cursive writing + snail mail

Madie McPherson, Opinion Writer April 21, 2020

With the current state of the world as it is, technology is seemingly becoming the new norm for how education and learning is being effectively completed. Though before quarantine and technology became...

Small businesses need us

Small businesses need us

Megan Vogt, Opinion Editor April 21, 2020

  Small businesses need our support to stay alive. When this all passes, because one day it will, we will be thankful for those times when we spent a little extra at the small town coffee shop...

Empathetic Welcome Mat

Empathetic Welcome Mat

Demi Slyt, Opinion Editor April 7, 2020

Is there such a thing as being too nice? Absolutely. People often develop a self-destructive habit of constantly putting others feelings and happiness before their own; usually out of fear of someone not...

Are we ready for love if we dont love ourselves?

Are we ready for love if we don’t love ourselves?

Demi Slyt, Opinion Editor April 7, 2020

Are we ready to love someone if we don’t love ourselves? Most of the time it’s probably not something that comes to mind. However, it is something to consider if you are doubting yourself or your...

We Are Taking in Too Much

We Are Taking in Too Much

Madison Overby, Sports Editor March 31, 2020

It may seem a bit backwards reading from the Dakota Student that you should stop reading the news, I get it, but hear me out.   News programs on cable networks saw higher numbers than they’ve...

Social media misconstruction

Social media misconstruction

Staff Writer March 31, 2020

Social media; it can be wonderful, invigorating and seemingly so informative in regard to current events and what is happening around the world. A human living in the United States can feel that they are...

Coronavirus Misinformation

Madie McPherson, Opinion Writer March 10, 2020

When it comes to the flu, common cold, stomach bug, etc, we need to do what makes us feel better and (hopefully) receive the vaccines or antibiotics necessary. We go on with our lives, doing our best to...

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