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Parking pass problems

Parking pass problems

Se Kwon, Opinions Writer

February 5, 2019


Filed under Opinion, Se Kwon, Showcase, UND

Rumor has it that the University of North Dakota oversold their parking permits this year. UND offers certain zones that require parking permits; ‘A’ is only offered for the administrative faculty/staff, ‘S’ is offered for the student lots, ‘H’ is for on-campus housing zones such as residence...

The Big Move

The Big Move

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

February 5, 2019


Filed under kyle kinnamon, Showcase, Sports, UND, UND Hockey, UND Sports, UND Women's Basketball

The decision to transfer colleges is a difficult task for many, but for athletes it can make or break their careers. Both Fallyn Freije and Chris Wilkie transferred from North Dakota, but like many, it was for different reasons.   Fallyn Freije   Fallyn Freije played three years at UND for the wom...

Students Have a Voice

Students Have a Voice

Cortnie Cottrell, News Writer

February 5, 2019


Filed under Cortnie Cottrell, News, Showcase, Student Life, UND

A recent survey has been sent out to the student body via email here at the University of North Dakota, regarding some possible additions and changes in amenities for next year and years to come. After the proposal for the new Memorial Union was voted on and passed, private developers recognized this move...

Fleecs on Fleek

Fleecs on Fleek

Hanna Hill, Sports Writer

February 5, 2019


Filed under Hanna Hill, Showcase, UND, UND Women's Basketball

The University of North Dakota Fighting Hawks started the second half of the Summit League slate this weekend, beginning with a game on the road versus Western Illinois University. The Fighting Hawks started out strong Friday night against Western Illinois. Sophomore forward Julia Fleecs dominat...

UND Art collections showcases new exhibit

UND Art collections showcases new exhibit

Ana Chisolm, Arts & Community Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under Ana Chisolm, Arts & Community, Arts&Comm, Showcase, UND

Crossing the street on the cold January night towards the Empire Arts Center one could see that the place was abuzz with excitement. On Tuesday, Jan. 22 the Empire Arts Center held the opening of the UND Art Collections new exhibit, Fables, Insults, and Reverence: The Animals of UND Art Collections....

Fairytale Magic

Fairytale Magic

Noah Sell, Arts & Community Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under Arts & Community, Arts&Comm, Noah Sell, Showcase, Theatre, UND

Walking into the Chester Fritz Auditorium on Monday night, one could feel the excitement of families and friends who were there to experience the retelling of the age old story of Cinderella. The first floor of the building was packed with people shoulder to shoulder who were trying to either trudge...

UND Has Faith in Dooley

UND Has Faith in Dooley

Hanna Hill, Sports Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under Grand forks, Hanna Hill, ND, Showcase, Sports, UND, UND Sports, UND Volleyball, UND Women's Basketball

A hardworking leader; the first words that come out of any UND sports fan’s mouth when asked about Faith Dooley. As soon as Dooley started school at the University of North Dakota she showed promise as an all-star athlete; starting out as a standout on the volleyball team. Shortly after Dooley started...

The Hype Was Real

The Hype Was Real

Kyle Kinnamon, Sports Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under Fighting Hawks, Hockey Talk, kyle kinnamon, North Dakota, Showcase, Sports, UND, UND Hockey, UND Sports

The University of North Dakota had their hands full when the number one team in the nation, St. Cloud State Huskies, stormed into the Ralph Engelstad Arena. UND would do their best to contain the high flying Huskies, ending the series in an even split overall. The crowd at the Ralph stood behind UND, ...

Housing Changes

Housing Changes

Cortnie Cottrell, News Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under Cortnie Cottrell, News, Showcase, UND

Update Feb. 1, 2019: This story published Jan. 29, 2019 previously stated that Mcvey hall and West hall would be torn down this coming fall semester but it has not been decided that these buildings will be torn down. The university is currently looking into alternative uses for these structures. As o...

Scan and Vote

Scan and Vote

Theresa Hanley, News Writer

January 29, 2019


Filed under Grand forks, News, Politics, Showcase, Theresa Hanley, UND, Vote

The North Dakota State legislature has been busy this session discussing changes to the Century Code. One of the bills that would change the Century Code if passed, is an addition to what an eligible voter identification card is for college students. In a state that has one of the largest voter turnou...

Dissecting the Dean search

Madison Feltman, News Editor

January 15, 2019


Filed under Madison Feltman, News, Showcase, UND, View Print Paper

With a new year comes new changes, UND has seen quite a few changes around here within the last few months particularly within several departmental positions amongst a range of departments. The first major change was marked by the announcement that Kathryn Rand, dean of the UND School of Law, wou...

The Truth about cheating

Megan Vogt, Opinions Editor

January 15, 2019


Filed under Megan Vogt, Opinion, Showcase, Student Life, UND

Across the country there are many college students. From students who attend community and technical colleges, students who attend four year undergraduate universities and those in graduate schools, med school and law schools. There are a lot of students out there getting degrees and taking a lot of cla...

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