March 12, 2020

The University of North Dakota student newspaper, the Dakota Student, printed an opinion piece in the Feb. 11 issue by one of its writers titled “Halftime Performance or Pornography?”

The article has since been removed from the paper’s website. One paragraph read, “We w...

March 12, 2020

At a campus budget forum on Feb. 27, President Steven Shirley and Vice President of Finance Brent Winiger presented information on the university’s current financial state. Winiger said that local fund reserves are “running dry,” and there will be an estimated overall...

March 6, 2020

Minot State’s current recruitment and enrollment plan expires at the end of 2020. The university’s strategic plan calls for a revamping of the tactics surrounding recruitment and enrollment. According to Kevin Harmon, the vice president for student affairs, President S...

February 14, 2020

Valentine’s Day is approaching. With it will come the sappy social media posts, roses, chocolates, and date-night photos. Of course, the opposite attitude will also make an appearance. Those who hate the day will cite the pressure it puts on relationships; some resent...

February 10, 2020

According to the Bismark Tribune, two women, Ali Quarne and M. Angel Moniz, started a campaign to change the name of Custer Park located in downtown Bismark, North Dakota’s capitol. The park is the oldest in the city at 93-years-old.

It’s named after Lt. Col. George Arm...

February 7, 2020

There was an early Sunday morning shooting near campus on Jan. 12 that ultimately resulted in a car crash on university grounds. According to a Minot Police Department press release, law enforcement responded to a report of gunshots in the 13th Street and 11th Avenue N...

December 3, 2018

In the northwest corner of the first floor of the Student Center — where Buckshot's Grill was located — there is a new gaming lounge available to students. 

“It was an overflow of the cafeteria, but when Buckshot's closed, we knew the space was going to kind of die, and...

October 2, 2018

Minot State students, staff, and faculty have recently received phishing emails to their school accounts. Phishing emails are sent by scammers to gather information — usually financial — by prompting the recipient to click on a link. 

“It’s usually for quick money, like...

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