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Town Square Farmer’s Market

Aspen Jewkes, Dakota Student September 21, 2022

 The local Grand Forks, Town Square Farmer’s Market is beginning to close for the season this fall. With only a couple Saturdays left Dawn R­­ognerud, the board president, has some final thoughts...

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Study Abroad Program

Kelsie Hildebrand, Editor-in-Chief September 21, 2022

The University North Dakota Study Abroad program offers many different programs and locations with the most popular being Norway, Spain, Australia, The United Kingdom, South Korea, and more! For more information...

Upcoming UND Events to “Destress” Before Finals

Upcoming UND Events to “Destress” Before Finals

Dominique Menard, News Editor May 2, 2022

As the 2021-2022 school year begins to wind down, there are many events and opportunities taking place around campus that will help students “destress” before finals. When conversing with students...

Michaela L. Neal Awarded Student Employee of the Year by the NSEA

Michaela L. Neal Awarded Student Employee of the Year by the NSEA

Kelsie Hildebrand, General Reporter April 26, 2022

Michaela L. Neal, senior at the University of North Dakota, has been awarded Student Employee of the Year for her outstanding work as a STEM Ambassador at the North Dakota Space Grant Consortium. Neal...

Remembering the Flood of 1997

Remembering the Flood of 1997

Dominique Menard, News Editor April 25, 2022

This year, we reflect and remember as it has been twenty-five years since the “Great Flood of ‘97” occurred. In 1997, the Red River of the North flooded the Greater Grand Forks area. Most of the...

Wahl & Mastrud Win Student Government Elections

Wahl & Mastrud Win Student Government Elections

Dominique Menard, News Editor April 25, 2022

The student government elections concluded on April 20th, 2022, a week behind the intended end date due to unforeseen weather conditions. Wahl & Mastrud won their bid for Student Body President and...

Voting and the Student Body Elections

Voting and the Student Body Elections

Dominique Menard, News Editor April 11, 2022

It’s that time of the year, again! Student Body Elections are set to occur on April 13th, 2022. During this election, students are able to vote for the Student Body President/Vice President, as well...

Student Government Race in Full Swing – Sadie & Strand

Student Government Race in Full Swing – Sadie & Strand

Dominique Menard, News Editor April 4, 2022

The race for Student Body President and Vice President has begun with the recent announcement of Sadie Hanson and Skyler Strand for the respective roles. They announced their bid for the roles on February...

Student Government Race in Full Swing – Wahl & Mastrud

Student Government Race in Full Swing – Wahl & Mastrud

Dominique Menard, News Editor April 4, 2022

Faith Wahl and Morgan Mastrud have put their hat in the mix for the upcoming elections for Student Body President and Vice President, respectively. They announced their bid for these roles on January 26th,...

UND Aerospace College Hosts Upcoming Events in April

UND Aerospace College Hosts Upcoming Events in April

Kelsie Hildebrand, General Reporter March 28, 2022

UND offers the most robust aviation major in the nation, so it is only fitting that the UND Aerospace College celebrates its credibility by showing it off to the community. There are many events held throughout...

The End of the Mask Mandate & Other COVID-19 Changes

The End of the Mask Mandate & Other COVID-19 Changes

Dominique Menard, News Editor March 28, 2022

After two long years of the COVID-19 pandemic, the mask requirement on campus has been changed from “required” to “encouraged”. UND has implemented different strategies, like masks, to mitigate...

UND Webinar “War in Ukraine: Past, Present, & Future” Recap.

UND Webinar “War in Ukraine: Past, Present, & Future” Recap.

Dominique Menard, News Editor March 21, 2022

On Thursday, March 10, the University of North Dakota hosted an open virtual webinar about the ongoing conflict in Ukraine that began on February 24th. The webinar featured five faculty members who have...

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