What They Wear | Lia C.

Lia Coyle, freshman, social science education “I wear a cross because I want to show God to people in as many ways as I can. It’s more than what you wear; it’s about how you act, how you try…

What They Wear | Arsalan A.

Arsalan Azmi, graduate student, construction management and engineering “A taveez is a leather pouch worn around the neck with verses from the Quran inside it. My parents gave me mine for protection. When you carry it with you, you…

Even on a cold, windy spring day or a freezing day in the middle of winter, the sight of a dog, a tall bearded man and a bicycle isn’t uncommon in the North Dakota State physics department. “I actually…

Folks of Fargo | Curt W.

Curt Wedin, Senior, Mechanical Engineering: “I like that the skies are blue again. And the trees are getting leaves. It gives me the warm fuzzies.”

Folks of Fargo | Levi S.

Levi Schlosser, Senior, Microbiology: “I like being able to smell things again because winter just smells dead and empty. One of my favorite pastimes is taking in the glory of campus pinecones.”

Folks of Fargo | Trent B.

Trent Bellingham, Senior, Industrial Engineering and Management: “My favorite thing about spring? The wind doesn’t hurt my face anymore. A. Glenn Hill seems pretty stoic about it, but I’m psyched.”

According to a survey by nationaltoday.com in honor of national pet day (April 11th; we missed it, sorry), while 45 percent of pet keepers have dogs, and 30 percent have cats, a mere nine percent keep fish. As a…

Not Her Last Lecture

Pushing through the pain and other pithy phrases about striving in the face of adversity usually apply to athletics, not academics. But sometimes that distinction doesn’t matter. Amy Taggart, a professor in NDSU’s English department, was diagnosed with breast…

The Almost-Graduate’s Lament

  In just over five weeks, a whole bunch of fine people are going to graduate from this fine institution. I will be one of them. I woke up the other day, realized this and almost had a heart…