“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

Less than three months ago the Fargo-Moorhead community faced the daunting fact that the number of homeless in the area exceeded the amount of space at local shelters. It was an emergency situation. But through collaboration with local churches, homeless shelters and volunteers from the community, overflow guests are beingContinue Reading

Kroll’s Diner of Fargo, popular with college students because of “Shakey Mondays,” their two-for-one milkshake deal on Monday nights, has recently chosen two new “Kroll’s Ladies” for their advertising campaign. The Kroll’s Ladies have been the face of Kroll’s Diner for over 10 years, appearing in television commercials and onContinue Reading

Science Academy took a large leap near the end of last year when it became an official student organization. The academy has been going to local elementary schools to teach children about science since the 2005-2006 academic year, but before now the group functioned mostly under the Chemistry Club, theContinue Reading

Social Justice’s annual Hunger Banquet, which was held Nov. 19, brought students together to learn about and discuss the ever-present issues of hunger and homelessness. The event centered around a meal which varied depending on which group guests were seated at. Entering guests were asked to draw a slip ofContinue Reading

Record numbers were drawn to the mouthwatering aromas of multiethnic cuisine, traditional music of various cultures and booths representing different countries that filled the Hjemkomst Heritage Center on Nov. 12 for the yearly Pangea– Cultivate our Cultures festival.  This free event offered a chance for Fargo-Moorhead citizens, specifically refugees andContinue Reading

It’s the season of giving and thanks, and the Student Involvement Committee is encouraging students to remember those in the community who are less fortunate. From Nov. 30 through Dec. 14 a collection site will be open next to the new Christmas tree in the Campus Center. Students will beContinue Reading