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Undergraduate showcase

March 3, 2017

All students should mark their calendars for April 7, as it’ll be the last day the office of Essential Studies will be accepting applications for students to participate in the undergraduate showcasing...

Student government candidates begin campaigns

John Bjorkland is one of the candidates running for UND student body president this April.
March 3, 2017

In preparation for student elections on April 12, the Dakota Student is sitting down with candidates for Student Body President to talk about their backgrounds, motivations and platforms. Featured in this...

The Creative Impulse

The Empire Arts Center held a cooperative gallery reception on Tuesday, Feb. 28, 2017 with local artists including current UND President Mark Kennedy as well as prior Presidents and campus faculty.
UND Art Collection displays at the Empire
March 3, 2017

UND Art Collections began an exhibition this past Tuesday, Feb. 28, at the Empire Arts Center. The exhibition is titled, “The Creative Impulse: Artists from North Dakota and the Broader Region.” It...

Warmhouse rapping feat. Zen People

New Reign (back) creates beats as rapper Jantzonia (front) freestyles this past Saturday at the University Park warming house during the second Koselig event.
March 3, 2017

Koselig, Grand Forks’ winter event planning group, hosted a rather interesting event last Saturday evening. Three local hip-hop artists, Zen People, featuring DJ New Reign, performed at the University...

The First Address

March 3, 2017

President Trump proved himself to be the champion America needs on Tuesday night, as he delivered his first address to a joint session of Congress. Glum Democrats sat on their hands while Republicans praised...

Death by baseball

March 3, 2017

Carl Mays stood on the pitcher’s mound at the Polo Grounds in Manhattan, N.Y., working his way through the fifth inning of a soon-to-be infamous baseball game on Aug. 16, 1920. At the plate was Cleveland...

President Trump’s media ban

March 3, 2017

President Donald Trump recently held a restricted press briefing which excluded CNN, the New York Times, L.A. Times, Buzzfeed and Politico. News outlets treat this as an act of war against the first amendment,...

After the garbage settles

March 3, 2017

The protesters have finally abandoned the “Sacred Stone Camp,” and the state has been moving down on the camp to clean up the tattered remains of thousands of protesters over the past six months. It’s...

Budget cut blues felt campus wide

February 24, 2017

President Kennedy and the Executive Council have made more progress on finalizing budget plans since the time Governor Burgum proposed further cuts to higher education across the state of North Dakota. Back...

Resident hall budget

The Terrace Dining Center will be closed at the end of the spring 2017 semester.
Housing fees to be raised 20 percent for next semester, on-campus apartments not affected by change
February 24, 2017

The University of North Dakota’s Association of Residence Halls passed an upgraded budget last week for next year, as stated by member Amanda Cook. The budget, ARH-R1617-03, will come into effect next...

Earning their feathers: Football Recruits

Cole Reyes (center) runs the ball during a green and white scrimmage last spring at the High Performance Center.
February 24, 2017

The UND Football team made great off-season moves picking up 25 new recruits for the future of the football program. Head Coach Bubba Schweigert and the rest of the coaching staff believe they have...

Repeating History?

February 24, 2017

As the shortest month of the year comes to an end it can only mean one thing. March Madness. To many, March Madness is all about filling out brackets and always picking Duke to lose in the first round....

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