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Prepare for the Spring 2022 Semester: Scholarship Central, Registration, and Degree Planning

Prepare for the Spring 2022 Semester: Scholarship Central, Registration, and Degree Planning

Kelsie Hildebrand, General Reporter November 15, 2021

The spring 2022 semester is right around the corner, and it may feel like there are a million things you have to do. From scholarships to registration for spring classes, here is a guide for UND students...

How To Prepare for Winter at UND as a Student on a Budget

How To Prepare for Winter at UND as a Student on a Budget

Kelsie Hildebrand, General Reporter November 8, 2021

With a near snow fall upon us and dropping temperatures fast approaching, the community is already shopping for their new snow gear. The winters in North Dakota have always been unpredictable, but...

UNDs Mental Health Reform for Aviation Students

UND’s Mental Health Reform for Aviation Students

Kelsie Hildebrand, General Reporter November 2, 2021

The recent passing of a young man enrolled here at UND on Monday evening, October 18th, has moved the university and its aviation program entirely. With peers, friends, brothers, and family mourning...

The New QuiKPAY Payment System at UND

The New QuiKPAY Payment System at UND

Kelsie Hildebrand, General Reporter November 2, 2021

The new QuikPAY system, replacing the TouchNet system, makes it easier and faster to view and pay your ebills, and users will still access the QuikPAY system through Campus Connection like the TouchNet...

Covid-19 Incentives for Students

Covid-19 Incentives for Students

Kelsie Hildebrand, News Writer October 25, 2021

As the second wave of Covid-19 rolls across the nation, the North Dakota University System has implemented an incentive program at the University of North Dakota to encourage Covid-19 vaccinations among...

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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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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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Reedy and Dutchak Win Student Government Elections

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer April 26, 2021

The unofficial student government election results were concluded on April 14, 2021. 462 total votes were cast. Kaelan Reedy and Dawson Dutchak, running for the positions of President and Vice President,...

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North Dakota Revisits Bill Concerning Transgender Athletes

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer April 19, 2021

This week, the Republican-led North Dakota Legislature passed a bill to Governor Doug Burgum. The bill prevents transgender females from participating in women’s sports categories in both elementary...

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Biden moves forward with gun control

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer April 19, 2021

With mass shootings on the rise, Biden is taking quick action a future with stricter gun control. According to whitehouse.gov, “The President is committed to taking action to reduce all forms of...

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UND Individuals Oppose SB 2030 Amendments

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer April 12, 2021

On April 6th, the Council of College Faculties President, Kenneth Hellevang, and the Faculty Representative to the ND State Board of Higher Education, Liz Legerski, launched a petition in opposition...

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