Arts & Culture

Emily Taylor shows off her "lace" collar that she made out of a bicycle tire inner tube. Taylor, a UND Theatre Arts master's degree student, used her "trash to treasure" style to win a prestigious scholarship to a stagecraft school in Las Vegas. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Trash to treasure garners prestigious theatre scholarship

February 21, 2017

Emily Taylor’s innovative designs on display starting tonight for opening of ‘The Nether’ at Burtness Lab Theater

UND President Mark Kennedy stands next to a replica of his painting he completed as a boy in the 1960s. The piece hangs outside his office on the third floor of Twamley Hall. Kennedy's original canavas painting is on display at the UND Art Collections at the Empire Art Center along with art  from past UND Presidents. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

The Presidential Palette

February 21, 2017

Creative flair of UND presidents – past and present – to be part of new exhibition on regional art

Ciciley Littlewolf, a second-year medical student  at UND's School of Medicine & Health Sciences, is part of the Indians Into Medicine program, which assists American Indian students from middle school through medical school.
Littlewolf is from the Northern Cheyenne Reservation in southeastern Montana. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Set to succeed

February 16, 2017

UND’s INMED students bask in support from middle school to medical school

Feast and festivity

Feast and festivity

February 16, 2017

UND holds 55th annual Feast of Nations, bringing the far-away home to Grand Forks

UND Professor of Music James Popejoy (left) and Guanlu Guan. director of Peking University Affiliated High School Concert Band of China, share a moment with joint ensemble of UND and Chinese students. The visiting Chinese students performed in a join concert with Grand Forks High School Students on Saturday, Feb. 11. Photo by Jackie Lorentz.

Harmonizing across language barriers

February 14, 2017

UND visit makes it possible for local musicians to finds similarities and bridge difference with Chinese counterparts through music

Members of the UND community take time to dish up lunch at the Taste of Faith event, held Friday, Feb. 3, at Christus Rex church on campus. The event capped off Interfaith Week celebration at UND. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Many faiths, One UND

February 7, 2017

Taste of Faith Luncheon at Christus Rex draws wide variety of believers and belief systems for fellowship

It's Groundhog Day! For the record, Punxsutawney Phil, this morning, saw his shadow and hustled back into his hole, signifying six more weeks of winter. How accurate are these furry forecasters?  UND experts weigh in.

Digging into Groundhog Day

February 2, 2017

UND experts in meteorology, wildlife biology and folklore weigh in on the science and tradition behind America’s most beloved weather holiday

Authors (left to right) Capó Crucet, Viet Thanh Nguyen and  NoViolet Bulawayo will headline this year's UND Writers Conference, which aims to delve into topics of diversity, inclusion and what it means to be a "citizen." The conference is set for March 22-24. Photos courtesy of Crystal Alberts.

Varied voices, common ground

January 26, 2017

UND Writers Conference to use art and literature to discuss of what it means to be a citizen

Not the same song and dance

Not the same song and dance

January 24, 2017

Auditions for Feast of Nations serve up a foretaste of the diverse entertainment destined for one of North Dakota’s biggest cultural events , Feb 11.

Hannah Balderas, a psychology and pre-med students and UND American Indian Science and Engineering Society chapter secretary, had an eventful time at the AISES national conference recently, as she was elected to serve as a junior member of the National AISES Board of Directors. Photo by Shawna Schill.

History of impact

December 13, 2016

UND student organization, AISES, making waves on national level when it comes to putting American Indians into STEM fields

It’s a Winter WUNDerland!

It’s a Winter WUNDerland!

December 13, 2016

UND alumni and sponsors gather for a magical evening to support the University’s Concert Choir

UND American Indian Student Services (AISS) Center

Soups on!

November 1, 2016

Throughout November, UND’s American Indian Center is helping the campus celebrate First Nation’s Month with a rich and flavorful flair

UND Professor and musicologist Gary Towne takes part in a panel discussion during the most recent rendition of the College of Arts and Sciences’ Ah! Talks, this one, titled “Music of the Spheres: the integral logic of music, mathematics, physics, musicology and biology.” The panel talked about the importance of a broad interdisciplinary education. Photo by Tyler Ingham.

Seeking well-rounded learners

October 27, 2016

UND AH! Talks: ‘Music of the Spheres’ panel sheds light on the importance of engaging multiple disciplinary perspectives

UND Assistant Professor of English Sheila Liming performs a member of the Celtic music band, Callan. Liming is a bag-piping expert and recently wrote an essay for The Atlantic magazine about the instrument. Photo courtesy of the band.

Princess of the pipes

October 5, 2016

UND’s Sheila Liming pens essay for ‘The Atlantic’ on the bagpipe’s links to Rock-and-Roll and why the instrument is the brash rebel of the music world.

Nick Wilson, assistant professor of aviation at the University of North Dakota’s John D. Odegard School of Aerospace Sciences, has a unique connection to the emergency landing on the Hudson River of U.S. Airways Flight 1549 on Jan. 15, 2009.

Norwegian ancestry

October 5, 2016

Norwegian heritage records surpass 1,600 volumes at the UND’s Department of Special Collections.