Dakota Student

“The Foreigner” Comes to the Fire Hall Theatre

Molly Andrews, Staff Writer

October 3, 2018


Filed under #dakotastudent, Arts&Comm, Molly Andrews, News

Laughs lined the walls of the theatre Thursday during the opening night of the Fire Hall Theatre’s performance of “The Foreigner.” “The Foreigner” was written by Larry Shue and was originally an off- broadway comedy play that was very popular. The play ran for over 600 performances when it o...

Rising Leaders

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

September 26, 2018


Filed under #dakotastudent, kyle kinnamon, News, Sports

The 2017-2018 season was a major stepping stone in the development process for North Dakota’s seven former freshmen. Injuries plagued North Dakota’s roster, in turn creating opportunities for the freshmen. While injuries are never a good thing for a team, it is a normal occurrence in a sport like hock...

Mollie Tibbetts and Celia Barquin Arozamena: Two of Many

Mollie Tibbetts and Celia Barquin Arozamena: Two of Many

Madison Feltman, News Editor

September 26, 2018


Filed under #dakotastudent, Madison Feltman, News, Showcase

Two campuses, two young women, one common connection, similar tragedies. Mollie Tibbetts and Celia Barquin are just two young women out many who are victims of senseless acts violence being committed against women every day.   Mollie Tibbetts was a 20-year-old college student who attended t...

The Accounting Fair

The Accounting Fair

Sasha Leibold, Writer

September 26, 2018


Filed under #dakotastudent, News, Showcase

On Sept. 19, the University of North Dakota held their annual accounting fair where accounting students had the opportunity to meet 32 potential employers.   “Our programs provide rigorous technical and academic preparation, experiential learning opportunities and career development skills that...

Math Lab Mania

Sasha Leibold, Writer

September 16, 2018


Filed under #dakotastudent, News

As the 2018-2019 fall semester gets underway, students enrolled in math classes find it hard to fit in three hours a week in the math lab, which is needed to pass their classes, due to lack of enough computers or finding the right time to go. Students who are enrolled in math classes are required to...

Family Friendly Fair Fun

Family Friendly Fair Fun

Molly Andrews, Writer

September 16, 2018


Filed under Arts&Comm, Molly Andrews, News, Showcase

Food trucks, games and much more lined the streets of downtown Grand Forks this Friday and Saturday. The roads were closed and many people lined them to check things out and grab a bite to eat. Live music and sweet smells filled the air. This was all thanks to the Grand Forks Third Annual Street Fair....

The Longest Table, Feed Your Ideas

Madison Feltman, News Editor

September 16, 2018


Filed under Madison Feltman, News

Last Wednesday, the greater Grand Forks community was invited to join in on a promotion of community conversation at the Longest Table. The event was put on by the Community Foundation of Grand Forks, East Grand Forks & Region and the Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals, drawing a crowd of 717 people, ...

Parking Pandemonium

Parking Pandemonium

Madison Feltman, News Editor

August 29, 2018


Filed under Madison Feltman, News, Showcase

The beginning of the 2018-2019 academic year also marks the sale of parking permits for the impending semesters. Parking has always been considered a hot topic here at UND. In past years, space was always considered limited for students who live both on and off campus. Over the summer, drastic change...

Kennedy angers key donor

Kennedy angers key donor

Madison Feltman, News Editor

August 29, 2018


Filed under Madison Feltman, News, Showcase

As temperatures heated up over the summer months, so did things here at UND. In early May, Kris Engelstad McGarry, daughter of Ralph Engelstad and trustee of the Engelstad Family Foundation requested an interview with the Grand Forks Herald in which she explained her faltering relationship with the Universit...

University’s relationship with Pearson remains cloudy

University’s relationship with Pearson remains cloudy

Diane Newberry, Editor-in-Chief

April 30, 2018


Filed under Diane Newberry, News, Showcase

In November 2017, Strategic Plan Goal Three Project Manager Jeffrey Holm said the fall 2018 semester was the “go-live watch date” for the University of North Dakota’s digital push.  Four months later, the university has signed a contract with Pearson Online Learning Services and two UND gr...

What just happened !?!

What just happened !?!

Jacob Notermann, Staff Writer

April 30, 2018


Filed under jacob notermann, News

Last Sunday, a group of students from UND Students for Sustainability paired up with local fifth graders to pick up trash around the Coulee.  The Coulee is regularly criticized for collecting high amounts of garbage. It’s important to go to where everything is collecting, pick it up, and throw it out. Ot...

Pearson education contract with UND, effective Feb. 28, 2018

Diane Newberry, Editor-in-Chief

April 24, 2018


Filed under Diane Newberry, News

The Dakota Student has obtained contracts between the University of North Dakota and Pearson Online Learning Services. Our coverage of this contract and its implications will continue, but for now we are releasing the raw text of the document in the interest of public knowledge and university transparency. PO...

The student news site of University of North Dakota
News