Dakota Student

Augmented Reality Sandbox puts geography on the map

Graduate students Morgan Burke and Earl Klug working on the Augmented Reality Sandbox.

Amanda Hefner, Staff Writer

September 23, 2016

Geography is more than just place names and capitals — it is the diverse study of the relationships between people and their environments. Yet, for some students, understanding the features on a map can be a challenge, and topographical maps can look like nothing more than a piece of paper with squiggly line...

Letter to the editor: hold religion to standards of fact

Steve Greene

September 23, 2016

I know the Dakota Student is a student newspaper, and I thought someone at the University of North Dakota would respond to the wrong-headed essay “Creationism vs. evolution, an on campus debate” by Jacob Notermann (Dakota Student, Sep. 13, 2016), but I’m not seeing it. So while I having nothing ...

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