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Vaccine Passports

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer May 3, 2021

As the Covid-19 vaccine quickly rolls out through North Dakota, students at the University of North Dakota have the ability to get vaccinated. Along with the vaccine dispersion, vaccine passports have...

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Our Experience with The Covid Vaccines

Demetria Slyt and Claire Weltz April 19, 2021

Over the course of this past year there has been a lot of progress with the development of the Covid vaccine. As of March 2021, the vaccines are available to the public after months of waiting,...

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Vaccination Trepidation

Iris Mlnarik, Opinion Editor April 19, 2021

In a world overrun with panic and uncertainty, many are looking to the recent COVID-19 vaccines as a solution to return normalcy to the world and restart traveling and gathering as a large group. With...

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The Rise in Hate Crimes Against Asian Americans

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer March 8, 2021

Hate crimes against Asian Americans have spiked across the country in the last year, with some states skyrocketing into the triple-digit percentages. The FBI defines hate crimes as “crimes in which...

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It’s Complicated

Demetria Slyt, Opinion Writer February 12, 2021

I’m sure everyone can agree this past year has had its fair share of setbacks but even saying that is an understatement. Among those setbacks were countless family gatherings, like weddings for example....

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COVID-19 Vaccine and UND

Kylee Danks, News Writer January 25, 2021

COVID-19 vaccine rollout began in December for North Dakota, part of Phase 1A, the vaccine prioritization established by the North Dakota Department of Health. This initial vaccination process included...

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Maskless in North Dakota

Demetria Slyt, Staff Writer January 22, 2021

Last Friday, Governor Doug Burgum announced that the mask mandate in North Dakota would be lifted on Monday, Jan. 18, as COVID-19 cases have begun to drop. The decision to lower the mask mandate was...

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Tom Cruise’s COVID Rant

Sarah Larson, Art and Community Writer December 21, 2020

Back in February, filming for Mission Impossible 7 was forced to stop production due to Covid in Italy. However, they then picked production back up in September, being able to film in Norway, Italy, and...

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Is rushing the vaccine worth the risk?

Brooke Kruger, Opinion Writer December 7, 2020

As the search for a Coronavirus vaccine presses on into December, the World Health Organization has yet to approve a cure. Regulators require both safety and efficacy for approval. 58 vaccines are undergoing...

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Mental Health and the COVID-19 Crisis

Kate Willett, News Writer December 7, 2020

It’s no surprise that the COVID-19 pandemic has affected the mental health of people all across the world. Quarantine and lockdowns can have a detrimental effect on the human psyche if measures are not...

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The COVID-19 Vaccine

Kate Willett, News Writer November 30, 2020

With coronavirus cases in the US constantly rising, the race is on to find an effective vaccine to fight the virus. There is no authorized or recommended vaccine yet, as all of the vaccines in the making...

COVID-19 and Teaching

COVID-19 and Teaching

Brianna Mayhair, News Editor November 23, 2020

COVID-19 has impacted our community in more than one way.  The University of North Dakota has been taking steps to keep the students and staff safe during this time.  In doing so, teaching has changed...

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