Each month in Fargo-Moorhead and around the country, New Americans gather at naturalization ceremonies to be sworn in as new citizens of the United States. The process of becoming a citizen takes a minimum of one year’s time to complete from the time it takes to apply, go through background checks, study, and takeContinue Reading

“During the 2016-2017 academic year I will be an English Teaching Assistant in Germany, in which I will be able to work with students in helping to create an understanding between German-American cultures while engaging in language learning. In this regard, I am able to immerse myself in the German culture,Continue Reading

Earlier this year, the University of New Hampshire released a “Bias-Free Language Guide” that denounces the use of many potentially offensive terms. Some of these politically incorrect terms include “elders,” “poor people,” “homeless people,” “obese people,” “able-bodied people,” and “blind people.” Instead, “people of advanced age,” “people who lack theContinue Reading