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New deans join university staff

Jaye Millspaugh, Multimedia Editor

August 29, 2013

Two new deans have joined UND staff for the start of the fall semester. At a community reception Aug. 13, Grand Forks and UND officially welcomed Dr. Debbie Storrs to the College of Arts and Sciences and Dr. Robert Hill to the College of Education and Human Development. Storrs came to UND from...

More options at Welcome Week

Jaye Millspaugh, Multimedia Editor

August 21, 2013

There are many ways for new freshmen to find friendly faces to talk to on campus. One of the first options is Welcome Weekend, which starts the weekend students move in August 24 and continues until Labor Day. The week consists of many free social events for students of all grade levels. It is also ...

Exceptional UND enriches learning

Kaitlin Bezdicek, Staff Writer

August 21, 2013

In 2010, students, faculty and staff engaged in a series of conversations to determine a strategic vision to guide UND. After input from over 600 stakeholders representing different facets of the university, the next five years under the leadership of President Robert Kelley will focus on creating an ...

UPD gears up for Springfest

Megan Hoffman, Staff Writer

April 30, 2013

Springfest is fast approaching and University Police Department is gearing up for what is sure to be a busy day throughout the city. Saturday, Springfest will take over University Park, weather permitting. If the event goes on as scheduled, UPD is set to work in conjunction with the Grand Forks Police D...

Senate transitions for fall

Kaitlin Bezdicek, Staff Writer

April 30, 2013

The final Student Senate meeting of the school year waved goodbye to the senate and executive team of old and welcomed in the senators of new sharing final words, thanks and advice. In remembering his two years of involvement, Governmental Affairs Shane Gerbert cited 27,214.2 miles of travel and 67 trips ...

Policy limits on-campus alcohol sales

Jaye Millspaugh, Multimedia Editor

April 30, 2013

UND may be a dry campus, but some private businesses on its land are still allowed to serve alcohol. These businesses include the Ralph Engelstad Arena and the recently opened Albatross Sports Grill and Golf Club. They are able to get away with this because alcohol is not their primary focus; they are...

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