Arts & Culture

Sweet Victory Cookie

UND Athletics delivers ‘Sweet Victory’ to fans

December 2, 2021 at

The Sweet Victory cookie, from Real Good Cookies, is the latest in the line of consumable products announced by UND

Aurora Chasing 101 with Vincent Ledvina

Aurora Chasing 101 with Vincent Ledvina

November 30, 2021 at

Don’t forget hand warmers, which your camera may need more than you do, says UND’s resident expert on shooting the Northern Lights

N.D. Museum of Art founding director to retire after 50 years

N.D. Museum of Art founding director to retire after 50 years

November 30, 2021 at

Laurel Reuter started museum in Memorial Union, moved it to former women’s gym, made it region’s cultural center

U.S Army veteran Heather Krause conveys emotion and beauty through color and movement in her fluid art. Photo by Patrick C. Miller/UND Today.

Arts for Vets exhibition on campus through Dec. 21

November 18, 2021 at

In partnership with UND Art Collections, show features mix of paintings, photography, fabric and other media

Zachary Fischer is president of MuSound, the student organization for music students at UND, and president of UND's student chapter of the National Association for Music Education. Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

Student, soldier, saxophonist, star

November 16, 2021 at

UND’s music-education program is icing on cake for Leader in Action Zach Fischer, 2019 Army Band Reserve Component Soldier of the Year

Pungmul, the Korean folk-music tradition that includes drumming, dancing and singing, was among the attractions at UND's Feel of Korea festival on NOv. 5, 2021. Photo by Mike Hess/UND Today.

K-pop, hanbok and the Consul General of Korea

November 9, 2021 at

First-ever Feel of Korea cultural festival delights nearly 1,000 in UND’s Memorial Union

Image courtesy of UND Theatre Arts.

Coming to Burtness Theater: ‘The Importance of Being Earnest’

November 2, 2021 at

Theater will stage Oscar Wilde’s most enduringly popular play on Nov. 11-13 and 18-20

Pungmul, the Korean folk-music tradition that includes drumming, dancing, and singing, will be among the attractions of "Feel of Korea," UND's festival of Korean arts and culture on Nov. 5. Submitted photo.

‘Squid Game,’ but with nontoxic ink: UND to co-host Korean festival of arts, food and pop culture

October 28, 2021 at

Free event, co-hosted by Korean Consulate General, will feature Chicago-based Korean dance and performing-arts troupes, among other attractions

Photo by Tom Dennis/UND Today.

Access, collaboration and (especially) retention

October 14, 2021 at

Those are the stars college administrators should steer by as they navigate rough demographic seas, Eye of the Hawk lecturer Nathan Grawe said at UND

Prevention peers Jacey Spaeth (left) and Adelyn Emter hang T-shirts for the North Dakota Clothesline Project on Monday in the UND Memorial Union’s Ballroom 214. The exhibit continues from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. Tuesday through Thursday and 8 a.m. to noon Friday. A Take Back the Night Rally will coincide with the Clothesline Project at 7 p.m. Thursday in Ballroom 220. A public social hour will precede that event at 6 p.m. in Ballroom 214. Photo by Janelle Vonasek/UND Today.

Clothesline Project, Take Back the Night events aim to end domestic, sexual violence

October 12, 2021 at

Victims tell stories of heartbreak, hope and healing

Getting to the root of diversity, equity and inclusion

Getting to the root of diversity, equity and inclusion

October 5, 2021 at

UND has what it takes to make DEI more than a policy, says Karen Crawford Simms, keynote speaker at TTaDA Fall Innovative Learning Symposium

How colleges can cope with demographic change

How colleges can cope with demographic change

October 5, 2021 at

Eye of the Hawk Lecture will feature Nathan Grawe, ‘The Agile College’ author and Carleton College economics professor, on Oct. 12

Coffee of champions

Coffee of champions

September 30, 2021 at

UND Athletics launches Champions Blend, official coffee of North Dakota Hockey

UND archival image.

Football Saturday: 114th Meeting of UND-NDSU

September 30, 2021 at

No. 10 North Dakota will take on No. 5 North Dakota State in Grand Forks for first time in 18 years 

The family of Frederick D. "Fritz" Pollard Jr. was present at UND on Friday, Sept. 17, to unveil a replica plaque that tells the Pollard Jr. story, including his connection to UND. Once completed, a permanent plaque for Pollard Jr. will be set at the former UND High Performance Center, a building that now bears his name. Pictured above are (left to right) DeAnna Carlson Zink, CEO of the UND Alumni Association & Foundation; Bill Chaves, UND Athletics Director; Fritz Pollard III, Meredith; Kenny and UND President Andy Armacost. UND photo.

A day for a legend: Athletics center formally named for Fritz Pollard Jr.

September 21, 2021 at

UND honors hall of famer, All American, and Olympic medalist alum who excelled on campus and in life