Natural light flowed in from nearly every direction of Edward Schmoll’s semi-circular office. Books ranging from “Basic Works of Aristotle” to Taber’s Encyclopedic Medical Dictionary lined the shelves of his office. A box of Saltine crackers  sat atop a pile of Kodak Carousel Slide Tray boxes, a Montana Grizzlies clockContinue Reading

“Frozen” is showing at Theatre B. Fitting, isn’t it—the title? Fargo can seem like a frozen tundra at times, a desolate, isolated landscape that is not only physically cold, but has the power to strip us of social contact beyond the warm confines of an academic building. A smile isContinue Reading

The atmosphere was electrifying, the energy palpable, as Kendal Black of the Office of Student Success and Retention Services stood facing her opponent, President William Craft, at the fourth annual Rock Paper Scissors Tournament on Jan. 23 in the Centrum. The two figures loomed large, center stage, a bright lightContinue Reading

A weathered key protecting a lost secret, the pronged-ends of a fork, a worn pencil that has seen many pages and the hinges of doors no longer swinging—a rather uncommon grouping of objects—looked at home with one another in the works of art instructor, Mike Marth. Faculty members of theContinue Reading