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Flowers in season

Flowers in season

Allyson Bento, Sports Editor

October 11, 2017

There aren’t many things that could make someone willingly uproot their life in sunny California to brave a frigid North Dakota winter, but for Chuck Flowers football was the magic word. Chuck is a senior safety on the University of North Dakota’s football team, and his journey to where he is today ...

Turning a corner

Fighting Hawks offensive lineman Dan Bell celebrates with fans following Saturday's Homecoming win over Northern Colorado.

Nick Erickson, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017

UND football had been struggling through the first half of their season, and we all hate to see it. We want to watch UND succeed in all of their respective sports. The team has been plagued with injuries this year, which makes it even more frustrating to see as a fan. However, looking back at the historic s...

New Homecoming court reigns over the weekend festivities

Miss North Dakota, Lizzie Jensen, waves to onlookers of the 2017 Homecoming parade Saturday morning in Grand Forks.

Diane Newberry, News Editor

October 8, 2017

This year, the University of North Dakota decided to stray away from the well-worn tradition of crowning a Homecoming King and Queen. It was a more inclusive process as organizations nominated their members for a position on the homecoming court, resulting in a court of five school representatives to...

Star-Spangled singer

Mark Lindquist, motivational speaker and singer, waves to fans after singing the national anthem at the Ralph Engelstad Arena prior to a UND men's hockey game against Western Michigan in 2016.

Nick Erickson, Staff Writer

October 8, 2017

Walking out onto the carpet laid on the ice as the last two players are introduced, Mark J. Lindquist looks around attentively. He looks at every fan in the building that is, more times than not, sold out. He takes a deep breath, and says “man, this is awesome” every time before he sings the natio...

Giving blood for UND homecoming

Emily Gibbens, Staff Writer

October 7, 2016

On Wednesday, Oct 12, there will be a Homecoming Blood Drive put on by Dak Minn Blood Bank in the North Ballroom of the Memorial Union. With a photo I.D., you can stop in to donate without an appointment anytime from 11 a.m. to 5:15 p.m. I believe this is a great way to raise awareness and to get don...

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