The bus is like a cafeteria. You think, “This should be fine,” but there’s a part of you that’s hesitant. You know that something might be just a little off. Even though we use campus buses populated by students,…

Football at North Dakota State is full of traditions and customs. It’s a surprising amount of ritual for an audience that was drunk by noon. Some people, however, just aren’t into football. There’s nothing wrong with it, but this…

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The Floors Have Ears

Some people are shocked to find out they live above Santa Claus. They know when you are sleeping. They know when you’re awake. They know if you’ve been bad or good because you’re a loud drinker. Honestly, it’s one…

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Set up for a Fall

Once again, Fargo plans our demise. Fargo rubs its nonexistent hands together and goes,”Oooh this is the year. This time I’m gonna get ’em.” Fall is upon us and with it heralds of winter, precursors to all the ways…

Running a restaurant often seems like wearing a life jacket in the ocean: semi-comfortably keeping your head barely above water. They face a lot of challenges. There‚Äôs fast food, Yelpers and resisting the urge to hit a customer because…

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Driving Semi Safe

The “Running of the Bulls” is a momentous event that takes place on I-29 every day from 3-6 p.m. During this time, it’s nothing but speed, steel and adrenaline. It is aggravating. It is unnecessarily risky considering what we…

Now that we’re getting back into the swing of things, there are a few things we get to say “goodbye” to. Some are a little sad, like our families and pets; some I’m happy to see go, like summer…

This is a shoutout to North Dakota State’s senior citizens. That’s right: the 21-year-olds and older heading into our final year (we hope). We’ve had our run of the place for a few years now. A few extra for…

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Fire Alarm Fun

PHOTO COURTESY | WIKI COMMON I swear it’s like catnip to some people. It’s about the time of year where we take a trip down memory lane. Everything is changing once again, and it’s nice to reminisce about your…

PHOTO COURTESY | STEPHANIE MIGNON Let’s get some use out of the permanent winter. Cawker City, Kansas is home to the world’s largest ball of twine with an 11-foot diameter. I cannot think of a single less important record…