Arts & Culture

Many UND ghost stories revolve around old Gustafson Hall, on the southern edge of campus, where over the year's a tragic history has played out. UND archival image.

Halloween and UND

October 30, 2018 at

UND folklorist explains genesis of All Hallow’s Day, others share their own campus ghost stories

Showdown in the desert

Showdown in the desert

October 25, 2018 at

While awaiting Saturday’s rematch in Vegas, check out last year’s UND-Gophers clash at the Ralph

Prior to becoming a household name, however, Klosterman wrote for the Dakota Student, the student-run newspaper of the University of North Dakota, which he attended in the early 1990s. Even back then, his stories – many of which sliced rock music and sports – gripped the campus for all types of reasons – they were unorthodox, ambitious and downright captivating. Image courtesy of Chuck Klosterman.

Q&A: Catching up with Chuck Klosterman

October 23, 2018 at

Omnipresent pop-culture critic reminisces over McVey Hall, Wilkerson and how UND influences him still today

On Oct. 16, UND History Professor Eric Burin and The Digital Press at UND released "Protesting on Bended Knee: Race, Dissent, and Patriotism in 21st Century America, a compilation of essays edited by Burin that dissects the bold yet controversial demonstrations championed by former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick, a onetime star signal caller for the San Francisco 49ers. Image courtesy of the NFL.

‘Protesting on Bended Knee’

October 18, 2018 at

UND’s Eric Burin and The Digital Press release history’s ‘first draft’ on bold, controversial stance against injustice

Family Weekend

Family affair

October 11, 2018 at

Family Weekend serves up huge Fighting Hawks sports contests, fun on-campus activities for students and love ones

Saudi Arabian Culture Night

Taste of Saudi Arabia

October 11, 2018 at

Culture Nights at UND provide unique platform for international, culinary exchanges

Top brass

Top brass

October 9, 2018 at

Christiena Taralson, member of the UND Trumpet Ensemble, reflects on humble beginnings after big national win

Walker, along with Cheryl Hunter, chair of the Department of Teaching, Leadership & Professional Practice, recently secured a $1.4 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to bring its first cohort of 14 students to campus to train teachers in the Lakota language and earn their degree in elementary and secondary education. Graduates will teach elementary and secondary learners at tribal and reservation schools in North Dakota and South Dakota.

‘LEAP’ forward for Lakota language

October 4, 2018 at

UND College of Education lands $1.4 M federal grant to prepare next generation of teachers in indigenous linguistics

Troy Rogers (above, at UND) is a composer roboticist. He heeds his fascination for sound by devising various machines that make music. “There is nothing new about this fusion of high technology and [music],” said Rogers, as he talked about centuries-old Hellenistic automated water organs and Arabic wax cylinders that capture movement.  Photo by Dima Williams/UND Today.

Robots with a good beat

October 4, 2018 at

UND Music hosts expert composer roboticist for interdisciplinary workshop on mechanical music

Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ opens tonight at Burtness

Shakespeare’s ‘Midsummer Night’s Dream’ opens tonight at Burtness

September 25, 2018 at

Love and a bit of darkness are in the air for UND Theatre Arts’ first production of the year

A vintage, undated black-and-white photo of the J. LLoyd Stone Alumni Center (formerly the Oxford House, the first President's home on campus) during the holidays. The old house will be the recipient of a $3-million gift from the Hal and Kathleen Gershman family to renovate it into a new engagement center for graduate and international students. The gift also will be eligible for a state matching grant.

$3M gift set in ‘Stone’

September 20, 2018 at

Gershman Family donation poses new use for first President’s House as engagement center for grad, international students

UND Art Collections Manager and Curator Sarah Heitkamp holds Balloon Shadows, a pastel piece created by Jackie McElroy-Edwards in 1982. The piece is one of 25 uniquely framed by Heitkamp’s Art Collections team for an upcoming exhibit of McElroy-Edwards’ work. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Brought into frame

September 20, 2018 at

UND Art Collections to exhibit works by former faculty member Jackie McElroy-Edwards in downtown gallery

Friends of UND Hockey are a dedicated breed of fanatic, but the members of REA Suite 220 take it to another level, The group has been raisi9ng thousands each year to help fun UND student-athletes summer school education, in memory of one of their own, Todd Larson, who passed away. Photo by Shawna Schill/UND Today.

Honoring fallen fan by helping the team

September 13, 2018 at

Annual UND Fan Fest lets UND Hockey embrace its faithful, and for four years, REA’s Suite 220 has been returning the salute

Kathryn Kester, executive director for Greater Grand Forks Young Professionals, was one of many community organizers making a 750-foot Longest Table possible. The event brings people together to have conversations about the community; last Wednesday over 700 people showed up downtown, including many from UND. Photo by Connor Murphy/UND Today.

Seat at the table

September 11, 2018 at

UND-City relationship top of mind as community organizers bring ‘Longest Table’ to Grand Forks

Diggin’ Disney

Diggin’ Disney

September 6, 2018 at

How much do you know about the Happiest Place on Earth? UND students test their knowledge at recent Trivia Takeover