the mental health issue

After a long week of school or a hard day at work, the last thing any student wants to do is study. Reading textbooks, writing essays, programming and lab reports can be stressful and taxing. But with a few…

a plate of pretty pasta

Nothing says poverty like a big bowl of buttered noodles. Sure, this plain staple has its charms: few ingredients, low cost, quick prep time. But the downsides are just as plentiful. Plain pasta is boring, tasteless and lacks proper nutrition….

seaweed crisps

While Fargo-Moorhead has a varied range of restaurants representing different cultures, they offer only a small portion of the foods enjoyed around the world. For the more adventurous students out there, ethnic grocery stores like the Asian and American…

yoga moves

Take a Yoga Break

Created over 5,000 years ago in Northern India according to yogabasics.com, yoga marries strength, balance and mindfulness of the body. This means that it benefits not only your bod, but your brain as well, making it the perfect active study…

opinion

Holiday Season Retail Woes

Red velvet bows, Santa Claus cut-outs, the tinny jingle of bells over loudspeakers and the scent of cinnamon candles. These are all things you might find if you walk into any national retailer at this moment. The Christmas shopping…

ae

In November, students and faculty at North Dakota State have Thanksgiving on their mind. But for some, this month brings more than just turkey and the unavoidable shopping insanity that follows. For students from India, the biggest celebration of…

AE Filler Image

When I was a kid, like 10 million years ago in the ’90s, comics were the realm of superheroes and the Sunday funnies. “Garfield” and “The Far Side” graced the comic section of almost every American newspaper. Meanwhile, the…