Two NDSU students have come together to make an organization, Black Collegiate Women (BCW), for women of color to feel welcome and to talk about the experiences of being a minority. Zainab Ahmed is a senior majoring in human…

  Selling has been taken to a whole new level by bringing students confidence and a path to succeeding. Building confidence within selling is difficult, but has become easier, throughout the years, for students by being able to join…

Aging mentally and physically can become difficult to see and do, but through the help of others together they create smiles and memorable moments. NDSU student organization Gerontology club has grown and impacts the elderly within the community, by…

  The normality of abortion has increased and become a reality for our culture. Abortion is not seen as wrong anymore making pro-life people out numbered, but these people continue to fight for their beliefs. On November 7, the…

Indigenous people and traditional foods can be overlooked, and the general public does not get information on how important and accessible they are.  Focusing on the health and culture can help broaden the public’s view on the overall experience…

The Best and Worst of Halloween

With Halloween happening just a week ago, there have been many research projects about what was the most popular costume and what were the most popular candies. Halloween Express conducted an analysis of what was the most popular costume. Carla…

  An NDSU student organization is creating a space not only for Jesus, but for international students and cultures as well. Bridges International, focuses on creating a relationship with international students and helping them not only making friends, but…

Terrorized Within the Corn

There I was, in complete darkness, corn stalks surrounding me and chainsaws randomly going off in the distance. The Haunted Corn Maze in Moorhead, Minnesota caused me to go in circles upon circles on the brisk fall evening just…