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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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France’s Amendment Against the Hijab

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer April 12, 2021

The French Senate has voted to approve an amendment that will ban the wearing of hijabs in public places by Muslim women under the age of 18. A second amendment proposes to cease the participation of Muslim...

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Looking into Boulder mass shooting suspect

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer March 29, 2021

21-year-old Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa opened fire, Monday, March 22, at a King Soopers grocery store in Colorado. 10 people were killed, including a Boulder police officer. After Alissa’s identification...

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Royal Tell-all with Oprah

Brooke Kruger, News Editor March 15, 2021

Meghan Markle and Prince Harry appeared in a two-hour interview special with Oprah Winfrey this week. The interview brought over 17 million live viewers and was re-aired for those that missed the...

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Coca-Cola urges workers to ‘be less white’ during diversity training

Brooke Kruger, News Editor March 1, 2021

One of the largest initiatives that companies and organizations around the nation are currently focused on, is the implementation of diversity and inclusion courses into their employee training. The...

UND Art Collections Hosts Fourth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival at the Empire Arts Center

UND Art Collections Hosts Fourth Annual North Dakota Human Rights Arts Festival at the Empire Arts Center

Kylee Danks, News Writer February 8, 2021

This year’s festival started in January at the Plains Art Museum in Fargo, showcasing the work of 50 artists from drawings and poetry to virtual reality. 2020 being a challenging year, it...

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