I want to talk about something that I am sure has been on everybody’s mind lately. Pervading your thoughts during class, or maybe even making sleep impossible. That’s right, I’m talking about the newer, more fraudulent version of…

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Film and Round Table Commence

Atif R. Lanier is a co-creator of the short film “The Negro Zone,” which is based upon some of his life experiences. “We need to talk. We as a society, people aren’t talking,” Lanier said. He presented the film…

North Dakota State’s 2017-19 biennial budget request contains a small section asking for funds to replace University Village. “University Village Replacement Phase 1,” as worded in the budget request, proposes a reconstruction and remodeling project of University Village. The…

At some point next summer, Fargo’s 10th Street North will undergo road construction. “The purpose of the project along Fargo 10th Street North is to reconstruct the roadway to address deteriorating pavement and underground infrastructure conditions,” Aaron Murra, a…

“The time is always right to do what is right.” “Injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere.” “Darkness cannot drive out darkness; only light can do that. Hate cannot drive out hate; only love can do that.” All…

Finals week is fast approaching and for many college students, that means stress levels are rising and panic is setting in. While stress and panic can be healthy for the human body in small doses and in certain circumstances,…

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At 7 p.m. Monday, Dec. 12 in the Hjemkomst Center in Moorhead, students of the fall 2016 digital history class, taught by Angela Smith, will present the Red River Valley Historic Tours to the public. “This a digital history…

How to Survive Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving can be a time to relax with family and loved ones, a time to catch up on the lives of others and a time to stuff your face with turkey, mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. Sometimes, though, it…

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What’s Open on Turkey Day?

For those who plan to go out on Thanksgiving to do some holiday shopping, some local businesses may be closed. West Acres Shopping Center, Fargo’s largest mall, will not be open for the Thanksgiving holiday. The mall is also closed…

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North Dakota State’s celebration of National Native American Heritage Month began Thursday with a ceremonial event. Jered Pigeon, the program coordinator for the NDSU Office of Multicultural Programs, kicked off the event highlighting the history of NAHM. He said…