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1989 (Taylors Version) Album Review

1989 (Taylor’s Version) Album Review

Danika Ogawa, Reporter November 1, 2023

1989 (Taylor’s Version) was released on Friday, October 27th, almost an entire decade since its original recording, 1989, was released. As Dakota Student’s resident #Swiftie, I decided to deep dive...

Tom Brady Thinks He Could Play At 50

Tom Brady Thinks He Could Play At 50

Claire Weltz, Arts and Community Editor September 28, 2021

On September 16th, 2021, Tom Brady announced via a “Tommy and Gronky” segment that he believes he can play until the age of 50. The episode entitled “Google It”, has amassed over 400 000 (as of...

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Making A Living

Demetria Slyt August 30, 2021

I would like to raise concern about the minimum wagecrisis in America, as well as whythe minimum wage should be raised. College studentsand other individuals, barely hanging overthe poverty line, across...

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The Construction Pandemic

Brooke Kruger, Editor-in-Chief August 30, 2021

With the hectic 2020-2021 school year behind them, students have returned to the University of North Dakota with a new energy for the upcoming school year. The dorms are packed, Greek chapters are playing...

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Happier Than Ever

Demetria Slyt, Opinion Writer May 10, 2021

Following the release of her new album, Billie Eilish, an American singer-songwriter, is speaking volumes about body positivity after a photoshoot with British Vogue. Eilish broke records with her first...

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Nationally Declining Enrollment Rates

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer May 10, 2021

With the prevalence of Covid-19, colleges are experiencing drastically declining enrollment rates. In Fall 2020, the declining enrollment rate almost doubled across the nation in comparison to 2019. According...

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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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UND Falls to James Madison in FCS Quarter Finals

James DeArman, Sports Writer May 3, 2021

One of the strangest football seasons in the history of the University of North Dakota program came to an end Sunday as the Fighting Hawks fell to number one ranked James Madison 34-21. UND Travelled to...

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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...

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Women’s Golf Takes Fifth at Summit League Championships

Alex Mailes, Sports Writer May 3, 2021

NEWTON, Kan. -- The Fighting Hawks competed in the Summit League Conference Tournament this past weekend at the Sand Creek Station Golf Course. They finished fifth out of 8, ahead of North Dakota State,...

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UND Wins First FCS Playoff Game in School History

James DeArman, Sports Writer April 26, 2021

A month off the field seemed to have no effect on the 7th ranked University of North Dakota football team this Saturday as they rolled number 12 Missouri State 44-10. The Fighting Hawks first division...

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Softball Swept by South Dakota

Alex Mailes, Sports Writer April 26, 2021

The UND softball team played the top squad in the Summit League, the South Dakota State Jackrabbits, in Apollo Park this past weekend. The Hawks dropped both bouts, losing the first game 7-1 and the...

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