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Vaccine Passports

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer May 3, 2021

As the Covid-19 vaccine quickly rolls out through North Dakota, students at the University of North Dakota have the ability to get vaccinated. Along with the vaccine dispersion, vaccine passports have...

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Our Experience with The Covid Vaccines

Demetria Slyt and Claire Weltz April 19, 2021

Over the course of this past year there has been a lot of progress with the development of the Covid vaccine. As of March 2021, the vaccines are available to the public after months of waiting,...

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Vaccination Trepidation

Iris Mlnarik, Opinion Editor April 19, 2021

In a world overrun with panic and uncertainty, many are looking to the recent COVID-19 vaccines as a solution to return normalcy to the world and restart traveling and gathering as a large group. With...

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YouTube Workouts

Brianna Mayhair, News Editor January 25, 2021

COVID-19 has affected our lives in many ways, such as working out.  Exercise is a key factor to staying healthy, but it’s tricky when gyms are closed, or you feel uncomfortable going to the gym...

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Tom Cruise’s COVID Rant

Sarah Larson, Art and Community Writer December 21, 2020

Back in February, filming for Mission Impossible 7 was forced to stop production due to Covid in Italy. However, they then picked production back up in September, being able to film in Norway, Italy, and...

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The COVID-19 Vaccine

Kate Willett, News Writer November 30, 2020

With coronavirus cases in the US constantly rising, the race is on to find an effective vaccine to fight the virus. There is no authorized or recommended vaccine yet, as all of the vaccines in the making...

COVID-19 and Teaching

COVID-19 and Teaching

Brianna Mayhair, News Editor November 23, 2020

COVID-19 has impacted our community in more than one way.  The University of North Dakota has been taking steps to keep the students and staff safe during this time.  In doing so, teaching has changed...

Shop small now more than ever

Shop small now more than ever

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer November 23, 2020

Keeping the doors open is the biggest challenge facing small businesses during the COVID-19 pandemic. Yelp’s Economic Impact Report stated that 60 percent of the businesses that had closed by September...

Customizable Quarantine Options

Customizable Quarantine Options

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer November 16, 2020

UND students who have tested positive for COVID-19 or are considered close contacts are sent to Grand Forks hotels, graciously paid for by the school. These students are in isolation and once in their...

An Update on the Coronavirus

An Update on the Coronavirus

Kate Willett, News Writer November 16, 2020

By now, we all know of the COVID-19 situation and how serious it is. The United States alone has had over 10 million cases and almost 250,000 deaths. Because of this, and how easy it is for the virus...

UND Sports Return to Action

UND Sports Return to Action

James DeArman, Sports Writer November 13, 2020

As the Covid-19 epidemic tightens its grip on North Dakota the need for a distraction and a sense of hope is needed more than ever. Nothing gives us these feelings more than sports and in a time when...

Will families be scared into their homes this Halloween?

Will families be scared into their homes this Halloween?

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer October 26, 2020

As Halloween nears, parents are turning over the idea of allowing their children to go trick-or-treating. A recent Harris poll suggests that 80% of participants plan on honoring Halloween tradition and...

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