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Behind the scenes of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Behind the scenes of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street

Staff Writer, Arts & Community

November 26, 2019

“There was a barber and his wife, and she was beautiful. She was his reason and his life. There was another man who saw that she was beautiful, a pious vulture of the law, who with a gesture of his claw removed the barber from his plate. Then there was nothing but to wait and she would fall, so sof...

Silver Warehouse

Staff Writer

November 5, 2019

“Music, at its essence, is what gives us memories. And the longer a song has existed in our lives, the more memories we have of it,” said Stevie Wonder. Not everyone knows that UND has their own rock stars. Many of you know those men. They are walking near you on the UND campus, they are study...

Malik Earl, #17

Malik Earl, #17

Alec McChesney, Sports Editor

September 9, 2017

During his senior year of high school, current Missouri State Bears wide receiver Malik Earl caught 57 passes for 1,254 yards and eight touchdowns. Now four years later, Earl is the leader of the MSU offense and on the path to Missouri Valley Football Conference stardom. Not only will he see success...

Colby Isbell, #90

Colby Isbell, #90

Alec McChesney, Sports Editor

September 9, 2017

Four years ago, current Missouri State defensive lineman Colby Isbell was selected as the Northwest Arkansas Defensive Lineman of the Year. The following year, in 2014, Isbell appeared in every game as a freshman for MSU, collecting 30 tackles, four tackles for a loss and three sacks. For his performance,...

Defunding women’s rights

March 31, 2017

Allison Starnes Contributing Writer President Donald J. Trump. Who would have thought those words would ever be put together to form a title. Within his first week of presidency some of my worst fears have begun to come true. I have grown up being a very liberal and accepting individual, with stro...

Class participation

John Volkert

March 31, 2017

John Volkert Contributing writer Raising questions in class has become a lost art in schools these days.  As each year moves on, less and less students volunteer their opinions and answers to the rest of the class.  This occurs in both lecture and interactive class settings.  The 21st century h...

Truth and Reconciliation

Emily Falcon and Jake Aden

February 24, 2017

As the Truth and Reconciliation series of articles continues, we look at reconciling past and present concerns. The University of North Dakota draws most of its students from North Dakota, South Dakota and Minnesota, all states with a large population of American Indians. In North and South Dakota,...

Truth and reconciliation

Hannah Balderas and Luis Calvo

February 3, 2017

Remember your first Welcome Weekend? Students being dropped off at the residence halls, meeting their roommates, attending various events, and maybe even attending a college party for the first time. Students are balancing between nervous yet excited for what the year will bring. But, it is not always...

Truth and reconciliation

Tyson Jeannette and Michael Hendrickson

January 27, 2017

Broken Treaties ‘This land is your land…’ but we will take it from you and leave you with a trail of tears… As we continue with our truth series we take a brief look here at how treaties were used to take the lands of the indigenous people. The official history site of the United States...

Truth and reconciliation project series

Mike Hendrickson, Contributing Writer

January 13, 2017

‘This land is your land, this land is my land’ – or is it? How the Doctrine of Christian Discovery annihilated native rights. The goal here is to acknowledge the truth about our history and what really happened. The truth is important because without it we will continue to live in a cocoon of...

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