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I've begun to like the jerseys and the old-fashioned moniker so much that I wonder if we made a mistake a few years ago in choosing Fighting Hawks.
Last week, I was struck by President Mark Kennedy's answer to a reporter's question after the meeting in which UND coaches made presentations in support of their programs.
I noted in Sunday's Herald the comments regarding the unveiling of UND apparel with the new name and logo ("Hawks merchandise released into the wild," Page D1).
Those wanting to sport apparel featuring UND's new Fighting Hawks logo don't have to wait much longer. For the first time, merchandise with the school's new image will be available to the public Saturday. To celebrate the new merchandise hitting ...
As memes of the UND Fighting Hawks logo--which clearly illustrate its origin as a mash-up between the Burlington Northern and U.S. Postal Service logos--spread like wildfire across various social media platforms, the university has become a natio...
UND's new president has a message for the university's community and fans: The Fighting Hawks name and logo are here to stay. In an interview with the Herald, Mark Kennedy, who began his tenure as UND's president Friday, said the debate about the...

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I have read all the comments on the logo mess since it began. It seems that the people in power and the press have missed the main complaint of the majority of the UND fans and alumni.
An online petition with more than 3,600 signatures is asking for UND to change its logo less than a week after it debuted to the public. The change.org petition was started by Sarah Wallace of Killdeer, N.D., on Thursday, the day after the univer...
OK, people, let's get to the real issue here: no matter what the new logo design looked like, it was never going to be good enough. It is done with now. The argument is all over. This is the logo and how it is going to be. LETTER: New logo doesn'...

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