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Should SATs be Removed Indefinitely?

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer February 22, 2021

Universities across the nation have asked for reputable standardized testing scores as a part of their entrance requirements. The current pandemic resulted in hundreds of universities waiving the...

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Billionaire says colleges are basically for fun?

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer January 22, 2021

Elon Musk once said, “You don’t need college to learn stuff”. The value is “seeing whether somebody can work hard at something… Colleges are basically for fun and to prove you do your chores,...

Group Projects, They Just Aren’t Working

Group Projects, They Just Aren’t Working

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer October 12, 2020

There has been a long-standing debate between college students over the benefits of group work. Some prefer solo work, while others enjoy the help of a team. What students are not given the option...

Virtual Student Organization Fair

Destiny Garcia, News Writer August 31, 2020

On Thursday, August 27, the University of North Dakota (UND) held a Virtual Student Organization Fair from 5p.m. to 7 p.m. for students interested in joining some of the many organizations on campus via zoom. They were...

When given the choice, should students choose in-person or online-only instruction?

When given the choice, should students choose in-person or online-only instruction?

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer August 31, 2020

Fall 2020 has students all around the globe taking a different approach to college this year. Despite the Coronavirus, a considerable number of universities in the United States have reopened for...

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...

COVID-19: UND and the Situation in North Dakota

COVID-19: UND and the Situation in North Dakota

Kate Willett, News Writer August 31, 2020

The number of coronavirus cases, or COVID-19, on campus continue to rise. Unfortunately, after the explosion of COVID-19 in some of the fraternities and sororities, the cases only continued to expand into...

Are we ready for love if we don't love ourselves?

Are we ready for love if we don’t love ourselves?

Demi Slyt, Opinion Editor April 7, 2020

Are we ready to love someone if we don’t love ourselves? Most of the time it’s probably not something that comes to mind. However, it is something to consider if you are doubting yourself or your...

UND Falls this Weekend to St. Cloud

James DeArman, Sports Writer February 25, 2020

Entering Friday nights game at the Herb Brooks National Hockey Center in St. Cloud UND had the chance to leave the weekend holding the Penrose Cup. The award given to the regular season champions of the...

Scholarships at UND

Brianna Mayhair, News Writer February 12, 2020

Student debt isn’t something new or unheard of when attending a college or university, but there are some ways individuals can help tackle their debt. The average student loan debt as of 2019 is $31,172...

Career Expo

Career Expo

Brianna Mayhair, News Writer February 4, 2020

On Tuesday, February 4, the Spring 2020 Career Expo will be taking place at the Alerus Center from 12-4 p.m. allowing undergraduates and graduates from UND from across all fields of study as well as UND...

Be Yourself

Se Kwon, Opinion Writer November 19, 2019

The concept of “fitting in” seems to be an ongoing dilemma for many, especially for teenagers and young adults. But why? Why is it that fitting in is necessary within our society today? In my opinion,...

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