Photo by Krista DiLorenzo. Acres of Terror in Leonard, N.D., is one of many attractions near the Fargo-Moorhead area where many students go for spooks and thrills.

Need a Thrill? FM Area Offers Spooky Entertainment

Even if it is a crisp, cool night, being chased by a limping man with a chainsaw can still be an exhausting occurrence. Survivors of last year’s Acres of Terror, […]


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  • Photo by Brandon King. Art lovers of all ages wearing all different clothing and costumes flocked to the DK Custom Gallery and Framing at Gallery 14 for the "Crux of the Hollow" Art Show Oct. 14 from 8 p.m. to midnight. This exhibit will be showing in the gallery until Oct. 31.

    ‘Crux of the Hollow’ Art Show: Spooktacular

    DK Custom Gallery and Framing at Gallery 14 held their first “Crux of the Hollow” art show, which featured many renowned and upcoming Fargo-Moorhead artists and even Athena Funk from […]

  • Photo by Rachel Webster. Retired Secret Service Agent Clint Hill recollects his role the day President John F. Kennedy was shot. His return to campus was the first in 50 years.

    Ex-Secret Service Agent Returns to Alma Mater

    Clint Hill, retired Secret Service agent and 1954 graduate, returned to campus Wed., Oct. 12 for the first time in 50 years. In a public talk he detailed the events […]

  • Photo by Ryan McCaughtry. Levi Bachmeier (left) hands an Ethernet cable to Carly Grandner at the East Complex desk. Residence Life and ITS purchased cables for on campus residents to less the burden on the wireless connection.

    Ethernet Cables on Campus

    The college recently purchased Ethernet cables for students living on campus to improve Internet connection quality. According to Jasi O’Connor, director of residence life, between 200 and 300 Ethernet cables […]

  • The Sky is the Limit

    A hesitant voice crackles through the speaker of the Fargo Jet Center. “Fargo tower this is Cessna-N10897 at runway two seven, ready for takeoff.” “Clear.” Freshman Grace Lenhart gives the […]

  • Dueling Couple to Visit Campus

    Nationally recognized as one of the country’s most famous warring couples, James Carville and Mary Matalin are coming to duke it out at 7 p.m. on Oct. 31 in the […]

  • Photo by Ryan McCaughtry. Senior Pat Deitz remains a model play for the golf team.

    Deitz Leads the Way

    To have star-power as a stellar athlete, one must have the passion, the dedication, the attitude, some considerable talent, and a competitive nature to soar above the skills of others. […]

  • Bobby’s Sports Banter

    Bobby’s Sports Banter

    Ah, that American classic, the World Series. This year, it’s the Texas Rangers’ championship to win or lose. Sure, the Cardinals can be competitive, but can they do so for […]

  • Prairie Churches Exhibit Portrays History

    Historic and sacred, the Prairie Church exhibit of Preservation North Dakota is hosted by North Dakota State University. This free exhibit was put on display Oct. 6 and will remain […]

  • Medical Hardships Give Students Options

    Serious injuries are an all too common occurrence in collegiate athletics. For the unlucky athletes who suffer from these type of setbacks, there is a way to gain back a […]