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When a Norman County sheriff’s deputy was shot Tuesday morning near Perley, Minn., it served as a reminder to Grand Forks-area law-enforcement officials of the importance of staying safe in the field.
North Dakota has become the second state to join the Midwestern State Authorization Reciprocity Agreement, a program that streamlines the ability of universities to offer online classes throughout the country.
Spin for Kids put on by Altru Outpatient Pediatric Therapy, raises funds for families with children who have special needs and lifelong medical expenses.
Russian-trained violinist Alejandro Drago is usually the concertmaster for the Greater Grand Forks Symphony Orchestra, but in the upcoming season finale concert Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Empire Arts...
There will be singing, dancing, and a flurry of colors at this weekend’s annual Wacipi Powwow on the UND campus. But those in attendance will witness more than just physical movement.
Famed rapper Wiz Khalifa will perform at UND’s annual Spring Jam on May 3 at the Alerus Center in Grand Forks, according to the student-run University Programming Council. Khalifa, who...
Senior Amber Bouret and junior MacIan Campbell sat at a table in UND’s Memorial Union last week as students walked hurriedly past their table, decorated with a banner reading “Save...
UND’s Chester Fritz Library and the Center for Human Rights and Genocide Studies have developed a digital collection of the transcripts, statements and testimony from the infamous Nuremberg Trials of...
UND’s Gamma Phi Beta sorority is in hot water again for what is being seen as anti-Indian behavior. The group's international chapter issued an apology on Tuesday because the UND chapter had hung a pink banner that said “You can take away our mascot but you can’t take away our pride!” to celebrate UND playing in the NCAA Frozen Four tournament.
It was the start of UND’s annual Time Out Week, a celebration of American Indian life and history that ends in the Wacipi powwow this weekend. Following this year’s theme, “Gender and Sexuality in Native America,” Serich spoke about her experiences with her grandmother and misconceptions about sexism in Indian Country.