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Students Studying in the Memorial Union at the University of North Dakota.

Pointers On Preparing for the Spring Semester

Ava Stockstad, Reporter December 11, 2022

With the fall semester ending, students are preparing for their new schedules to go into effect. Getting ready for the change in daily routine is an effective way to ensure that the spring semester goes...

Christmas tree in Grand Forks, ND Town Square

Upcoming Holiday Events in the Grand Forks Area 

Ava Stockstad, Reporter November 22, 2022

With the first snowfall of the season comes a newfound holiday spirit. Throughout December, there are many organized events that will be available to community members to celebrate this time of year.   On...

Books at the Chester Fritz Library at the University of North Dakota

The Complete History of Penguin Random House vs. Simon & Schuster 

Claire Arneson, Editor November 17, 2022

Have you ever looked at a book you were reading and looked at the small image on the spine? What did it look like? Was it a penguin? Is someone shooting a bow & arrow? Maybe it was a letter. This represents...

People placing ballots in box

Midterm Voting

Ava Stockstad, General Reporter November 2, 2022

On November 8th, mid-term elections will be taking place to elect new members of Congress in both the Senate and House of Representatives. On this day, state and local elections will also occur for positions...

Counseling Center office on University of North Dakota Campus

The Clothesline Project 

Ava Stockstad, Reporter October 24, 2022
A project meant to raise awareness about domestic violence will soon be brought to the University of North Dakota’s memorial ballroom. The project will make its appearance starting Tuesday, October 25th, where campus and community members can visit The Clothesline Project display.  
Money tucked into notebooks on white desk

Student Debt Relief: What It Is and What It Means for Current Students 

Gabrielle Bossart, Reporter October 19, 2022
Student loan debt is a common occurrence for those in higher education. College tuition rates are increasingly rising, and many families cannot afford to pay for their children’s education. As a result, thousands of students take out loans each year to pay for rising tuition and other miscellaneous costs associated with attending college. According to Forbes.com, “there is currently $1.75 trillion in student loan debt.” This astronomical amount of debt is owed by around 43 million Americans and includes private as well as federal loans.   
Young adults laugh and talk during a meeting

A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood 

Victoria Ledum, Website Manager October 19, 2022

GRAND FORKS – Minds were ablaze, and creativity displayed at the University Avenue neighborhood meeting on October 13th. The meeting focused on brainstorming ideas and receiving resident input about...

Pride Flags hang on balcony at University of North Dakota Pride Center

Taking Pride in Inclusivity

Victoria Ledum, Website Manager & Reporter October 19, 2022
. The UND Pride Center was opened in 2017 to provide support and serve the LGBTQ+ community on campus. The mission of the center “is all about providing support and advocating for LGBTQ+ students, faculty, and staff as a means to promote a safe, welcoming, and inclusivity community,” Maliskey said
Students walk on University of North Dakota campus

Go to Guide to Campus Resources 

Claire Arneson, Editor October 19, 2022
The University of North Dakota can be considered a small but mighty campus. They take strides towards catering to their students and making sure they have the resources they need to be a success.


Taylor Hess, Reporter October 5, 2022

 In a community built on supporting, playing, and cheering for hockey, it was no surprise that the documentary, Hockeyland, was showcased in Grand Forks theaters. For context, this documentary depicts...

UND Welcomes the new Nistler College of Business & Administration with the Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Last Friday

UND Welcomes the new Nistler College of Business & Administration with the Grand Opening and Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony Last Friday

October 5, 2022
On September 30th, at 11 am, The Nistler College of Business & Public Administration held a ribbon-cutting ceremony.
I Am Worried, Darling! 

I Am Worried, Darling! 

Claire Arneson, Editor October 5, 2022
I saw “Don’t Worry Darling,” and I cannot say that I am worried or enthralled for that matter. Not only was this movie either extremely praised or harshly critiqued, but the drama leading up to its release would also be considered a psychological thriller.
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