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Take Back the Night

Audience members listen as Amber Flynn, sexual respect & violence prevention coordinator at the UND Women's Center, speaks during the Take Back The Night rally on Monday night.
It's On Us week begins with Monday night rally
October 25, 2017

On Monday night, members of the UND community gathered together in the Memorial Union Ballroom to show solidarity for survivors of domestic abuse, sexual assault and rape. The UND Women’s Center and...

Special Olympics flags down football

Bailey Bjorge makes a long pass for a touchdown during Saturday's Special Olympics flag football tournament at Memorial Stadium.
Connecting the special needs community with UND students through athletics
October 22, 2017

On Saturday afternoon members of the UND Special Olympics Club, volunteers and students with special needs ventured out to the old football stadium for a flag football tournament. Athletes competing were...

Fall Campus Safety Tour

UND police chief Eric Plummer (center) assigns routes to groups during the fall campus safety tour outside Chester Fritz Auditorium on Thursday night.
October 15, 2017

Thursday night a group of community members joined the University Police Department for UND’s annual fall campus safety tour. Students, faculty, and community members were invited to come and join the...

UND Wind Ensemble

Directed by James Popejoy, the UND Wind Ensemble performs a portion of Gustav Holst's
Bringing music to campus
October 11, 2017

The University of North Dakota Wind Ensemble is an ensemble known for their musicianship. Having been invited to perform for various music education events throughout the state of North Dakota, this group...

Nelson’s Pumpkin Patch

Nelson's Pumpkin Patch in Emerado, N.D. sells pumpkins such as these during the fall season.
October 4, 2017

North Dakota is known for its small towns and endless fields. For students here on the UND campus, finding activities aside from sporting events is difficult. What is a student to do? The Grand Forks...

Happy Hippy Feet

According to the company, Hippy Feet
September 27, 2017

The giving back philosophy has been growing in popularity among students at the University of North Dakota. One organization that has taken the campus like wildfire is the Love Your Melon campaign. This...

The beauty of Weeds

Francisco Alvarado-Juarez's multimedia installation
September 24, 2017

North Dakota is known for many things: the prairies, hot summers, freezing winters and weeds. Weeds are tiny invasive plants that farmers are at an endless war with, but what if there was someone who wanted...

Mobile Farmer’s Market

Sponsored by Student Senate, the Mobile Farmer's Market offered fresh fruits and vegetables to UND students on Thursday, September 14, 2017.
September 19, 2017

There was an unusual sight on campus last Thursday in the quad outside of the Chester Fritz Library. The smell of kettle corn wafted through the air and lines of students wove in and out of a trolley that...

More than ten percent

September 15, 2017

The Ten Percent Society is a group on campus that provides a space where students and members of the community can come and be themselves, be around people who share similar views and be in a safe place....

Pride of the North

Flutist Alexis Schwinghamer models the new UND Pride of the North Marching Band uniform complete with new gauntlets, logo and shako (helmet).
Marching into the season with new uniforms
September 9, 2017

The Pride of the North marching band is considered to be a standard ensemble in the music department. Comprised of non-majors and music majors, the group comes together to provide entertainment for the...

Honors Department moves

September 4, 2017

The Honors Department is known for its unique approach to education in the classroom. From classes that discuss what it is like to be a new American to what cities will look like in 30 years, the Honors...

Hisshou Karate teaches more than moves

Students spar at Hisshou Karate in the Hyslop Sports Center.
August 29, 2017

Here in America, when the word “karate” is mentioned, the image that comes to the mind of many is the image of the Karate Kid from the movie. For a group of students and adults here in Grand Forks,...

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Devon Abler