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Memorial Stadium Remembered

Memorial Stadium Remembered

Claire Weltz, Opinion Writer March 22, 2021

Three o’clock at Memorial Stadium. For any UND student, the phrase could have a variety of meanings. For a football fanatic in the 80s, it could be kickoff. A high school track star may know it as when...

How the Art Community is Dealing with COVID-19 at UND

How the Art Community is Dealing with COVID-19 at UND

Sarah Larson, Arts and Comm Writer August 31, 2020

Due to Covid-19, this fall semester has been a new experience for students and faculty here at UND. To ensure everyone’s safety here on campus, everyone has been required to wear masks, especially when...

UND and the Empire Theatre

UND and the Empire Theatre

Allie McAthie, Guest Writer May 5, 2020

For the past 101 years, Grand Forks has been home to the Empire Theater, a traditional movie theater in the heart of downtown. To someone passing by in recent years, especially after the terrible Red River...

Animal Adoptions on the Rise

Brianna Mayhair, News Writer May 5, 2020

There is some positivity amongst the chaos. Adoption and fostering for animals have increased due to the pandemic with some shelters now experiencing empty kennels for the first time in years. Through...

UND Greeks cite charitable activities as a benefit of membership

UND Greeks cite charitable activities as a benefit of membership

Natalie Pike, Guest Writer May 5, 2020

In the fall semester at University of North Dakota, sororities and fraternities welcome new members into their organizations with lofty goals: to develop leadership skills, encourage brotherhood and sisterhood,...

Common sense vs. rumor

Common sense vs. rumor

Madie McPherson, Opinion Writer April 28, 2020

The world is full of interesting people. Whether they possess the I.Q. of a genius or are the most seemingly ‘mediocre’ person someone has ever met, all of us tend to agree more on one major social...

Cursive writing + snail mail

Cursive writing + snail mail

Madie McPherson, Opinion Writer April 21, 2020

With the current state of the world as it is, technology is seemingly becoming the new norm for how education and learning is being effectively completed. Though before quarantine and technology became...

Small businesses need us

Small businesses need us

Megan Vogt, Opinion Editor April 21, 2020

  Small businesses need our support to stay alive. When this all passes, because one day it will, we will be thankful for those times when we spent a little extra at the small town coffee shop...

Random Acts of Kindness and Good News

Random Acts of Kindness and Good News

Megan Vogt, Opinion Editor April 21, 2020

The true love of humanity is coming out in bold colors these days. Here are seven simple acts of kindness that are happening all around the world. Maybe you can let these short stories of hope bring a...

Stay positive and be active

Stay positive and be active

Olga Kopp, Arts & Community Writer April 7, 2020

Hello all readers. How are you doing? Are you in self-isolation yet? I hope that you are trying to stay healthy and safe at home.    I wonder, how many of you are tired of news about COVID-19?...

Empathetic Welcome Mat

Empathetic Welcome Mat

Demi Slyt, Opinion Editor April 7, 2020

Is there such a thing as being too nice? Absolutely. People often develop a self-destructive habit of constantly putting others feelings and happiness before their own; usually out of fear of someone not...

Tiger King

Tiger King

Madie McPherson, Opinion Writer April 7, 2020

Netflix’s Tiger King. When I first heard about it, I genuinely found the premise so stupid until I watched the first episode, and from there it was history. I got caught up in watching the rest of the...

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