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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…

Facebook from top to bottom

Facebook, a once popular social media site, is currently on its way downhill as time moves on. I think we all can agree that we either have a Facebook account or have used the social networking website in the past….

If you’re not excited to watch the Minnesota Vikings this season, then you’re not a football fan. Coming off a stellar season last year, Vikings head coach Mike Zimmer looks to point this team in the right direction. Now,…

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’s fast food, Yelpers and resisting the urge to hit a customer because…

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Album of the Month

This is a new segment I like to call “Album of the Month.” It’s pretty self explanatory: I’m going to be picking out an album (can be any genre of music) that I believe was the best album released…

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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…

Dope Users to Be Departed?

When it comes to professional sports, there are many athletes that choose to use marijuana. Most use the drug during the offseason, however, that’s not always the best decision. The National Football League (NFL) tests players that have never…

Fresh Picks for Freshmen

Yeah, the meal plan is pretty great. You can eat as much as you want whenever you please. You can meet up with your friends for a quick bite before class. The dining centers have endless options from breakfast…

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…