Fargo, This Place Sucks

Do you ever just walk down the street with the wind blowing 80 miles per hour at your face and think, “Why do I go to school here?” If the answer is yes, then you’ll be able to relate…

  As you can probably tell by the subtly shorter days and marginally more depressing weather, summer is over and autumn fast approaches. This could mean a variety of things, but two of them are certain. We have entered…

Netflix: What Should I Watch?

We all have a Netflix account, so you can all relate to this. Even if you don’t have one yourself, be honest, you know someone else’s login information. My point is that everyone has access to Netflix somehow or…

It’s time for this monthly bit again. There was a lot of good music dropped in the month of September. I struggled to find a clear-cut album winner this month. However, I’m going to give it to a more…

1973: the year cellphones were invented. 1992: the year the first smartphone came out (the IBM Simon Personal Communicator). 2007: the year the Apple iPhone debuted. 2008: the debut of the first Google Android phone. 2011: the debut of Snapchat. 2010:…

So you survived the first month. You probably have either had an exam or have taken one. If you’re not thinking about dropping out and moving to Vancouver to trade moose pelts for Monopoly money, good for you. The…

Four Games In and Already Out?

We’re four games into the season, and you can kind of see how the season is going to go. I told all of you to not expect excellence this season. Thus far, I’m guessing this isn’t what most of…

Should Marijuana Be Legalized?

Last week I was walking through the Memorial Union. I passed by the tables next to the coffee shop and a poster caught my eye. It read “Should Marijuana be Legalized?” and there was a piece of paper below…

This might get a little nasty. If you have followed up on your job fair and applied to jobs online, good for you. Your mother and I are so proud. You’ve taken an important step in your career, and…

Congressman Kevin Cramer gave formal praise to the conference report of H.R. 6157 on Wednesday, Sept. 26. This includes the Department of Defense and Labor, Health and Human Services and Education Appropriations Act, as well as the Continuing Appropriations…