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Flashback Friday
A tale of two teams
February 24, 2017

It’s no mystery the UND Fighting Hawks men’s hockey team is in the midst of a season of adversity. After being swept by Western Michigan last weekend, the Hawks have lost seven out of their last 10...

(De)Constructing Race

Lee Edward Brockington (front) speaks during the (de)constructing race discussion held last Friday at the School of Law.
February 24, 2017

On select Fridays during this semester, faculty and students of the UND law program will host in a series of discussions regarding race and racial injustice through both legal and social viewpoints. As...

Major of the week

The UND department of History is located within O'Kelly Hall.
History just got a little cooler
February 24, 2017

The History program at UND may not be structured uniquely, but there is more than meets the eye. Unlike larger universities in the country, entry level history courses are taught by professors. Hans...

Fifty Shades of awful

Fifty Shades of awful
February 24, 2017

Expect to be disappointed if "Fifty Shades Darker" is in your plans for date night. This movie was nothing more than a mediocre film.  The acting was amateur, the story felt slow and long and if you are...

Beer and Bacon fest

The Happy Harry's Beer and Bacon festival exhibited many breweries from across the nation as well as local ones, including Rhombus Guys Brewery.
February 24, 2017

The Alerus Center was buzzing last weekend at the Happy Harry’s Annual Beer and Bacon Festival. The event featured 12 bacon dishes from local restaurants and over 100 different brews to try. Along...

Truth and Reconciliation

#7 - Reconciling the Past by Embracing Cultural Differences
February 24, 2017

As the Truth and Reconciliation series of articles continues, we look at reconciling past and present concerns. The University of North Dakota draws most of its students from North Dakota, South Dakota...

Born to Run or Born in the USA

February 24, 2017

When it comes to  Bruce Springsteen, most people love the wide variety he has laid out over the years. However, the question that divides most fans is “Born to Run” or “Born in the USA?” The...

Presidents golfing rather than governing

February 24, 2017

President Donald Trump and his apparent propensity for golfing rather than spending time on the job has been in the news lately. Sadly, such activities for a president are not unprecedented or unexpected,...

Student Loan Forgiveness

February 24, 2017

Throughout his campaign President Donald Trump vaguely mentioned plans on reforming the student loan forgiveness program. Since he took office, there has yet to be any headway in this area but one can...

Artistic expression

Local artist Lisa Arnold submitted her beaded mosaic 'Bali Bird' to the local artist exhibition at the North Dakota Museum of Art running February 5-12, 2017.
North Dakota Museum of Art showcases art exhibition at UND
February 10, 2017

Creativity and imagination are two words that can be linked to a number of career fields. The arts is a field often overlooked that displays these characteristics in spades. University of North Dakota...

UND robotics team

Members of the UND Robotics team stand holding components of their most recent robotic vehicle.
February 10, 2017

The University of North Dakota is competing to send a robot to the planet Mars. UND is one of many schools around the United States participating in the National Aeronautics and Space Administration’s...

Upcoming budget cuts at UND

February 10, 2017

The impending budget cuts have put President Kennedy and the administration in a difficult situation when making decisions about UND’s future. This process began after Governor Doug Burgum presented...

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