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Not Your Typical Spring Break Plans

Not Your Typical Spring Break Plans

Sadie Blace, Editor February 21, 2024

The highly awaited spring break is nearly here, signaling the time for trips, traveling, and fun. Every year, spring break is widely celebrated by college students, and most times, this involves traveling...

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The Best Local Bites of Grand Forks

Sadie Blace, Editor February 7, 2024

As Grand Forks grows, the presence of local restaurants with all varieties of food continues to expand. While chain restaurants are affordable, quick, and easy, the smaller, more local restaurants have...

Benefits of Living on Campus

Benefits of Living on Campus

Daniel Silva, Reporter February 7, 2024

As the spring semester rolls around, the growing pressure of getting your living situation sorted out looms large. UND enforces a live-in requirement in the dorms for all first-year students, which fosters...

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Mean Girls Movie Review

Nora Lee, Reporter January 24, 2024

The 2024 Mean Girls film was released on January 12th, but even before its release, the film gained a lot of attention and stirred up some intense discussion. After having viewed the film for myself, I...

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Best Books for January

Sadie Blace, Editor January 17, 2024

As the new semester begins and schoolwork piles up, it can be difficult to remember to participate in exciting activities that are not school related. For some, this may be a hobby, sport, or other outlet,...

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Burgum Lets Go of His Presidential Aspirations

Kira Symington, Editor December 13, 2023

In an unsurprising finale to North Dakota Governor Doug Burgum’s campaign to become the United States' next President, it was revealed on December 4th that he had officially dropped out of the presidential...

Getting Into the Winter Holiday Spirit

Getting Into the Winter Holiday Spirit

Nora Lee, Reporter December 13, 2023

December is here, and the winter holidays are finally upon us. This year we have had kind of a sparse winter due to the lack of snow until recently. In fact, there was snow on the ground for Halloween,...

Avoiding Anarchy: Surviving Graduation

Avoiding Anarchy: Surviving Graduation

Claire Arneson, Editor December 13, 2023

As we are now into finals week of the Fall 2023 semester, I have reached a point of sadness and elation. I am graduating this semester, and my final fall here at UND has consisted of LinkedIn, Indeed,...

Football Season Wrap Up

Football Season Wrap Up

Garrett Webber, Reporter December 6, 2023

The UND football season ended this past weekend with a loss at home in the first round of the FCS playoffs to Sacramento State.  Now that the season is over, let’s take some time to look back on...

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A Catastrophe for North Dakota Universities 

Kira Symington, Editor December 6, 2023

In a move that NDSU President David Cook calls full of “catastrophic implications” for North Dakota’s universities, Minnesota’s North Star Promise program will offer eligible students a tuition-free...

Goodbye UND: Farewell from the Dakota Student Seniors

Goodbye UND: Farewell from the Dakota Student Seniors

Claire Arneson, Editor December 6, 2023

Aubrey Roemmich  Year Started, Major, Minor, Etc.  I started Fall of 2020 as an English major with a second major in Political Science. My original plan was to go to law school, but instead I am...

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Thanksgiving Food Review

Sadie Blace, Reporter November 29, 2023

Thanksgiving is meant to bring families together, celebrating life and giving thanks for much to be grateful for. When talking about Thanksgiving, it is important to remember its origin from many centuries...

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