@CONCORDIA Studying Sibelius at Salolampi
The snowy woods and authentic architecture ofSalolampi, the Finnish Language Village, became an idyllic setting for a weekend workshop by The Concordia Orchestra.
The orchestra retreated toSalolampi,... Posted on 2/6/13 at 3:28 PM
UND NEWS State Board approves name change for UND graduate school
At its last regular monthly meeting on Jan. 17, the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education approved changing the name of the Graduate School at the University of North Dakota to the UND School o... Posted on 2/1/13 at 4:26 PM
THE NEW FORTY Trouble #1 & Trouble #2
Some of the buildings on the EMI campus have card access. There is an official looking panel on the wall when you enter in the lobby of these controlled-access buildings where a light turns green when... Posted on 6/6/12 at 1:42 PM
BISMARCK – Proponents of North Dakota’s tobacco control program found a frosty reception Monday when they came to the Capitol to oppose the dismantling of their program to pay for another program at the University of North Dakota to increase the number of health care workers in the state.
Tu-Uyen Tran, Forum Communications Co.
, February 01, 2011
Ut på tur, aldri sur,” a much-used Norwegian saying that roughly translates to “out for a hike, never a gripe,” may seem like a strange phrase to summarize a group of 16 UND students now practicing pronunciation and memorizing vocabulary words in Norwegian 101.
Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, January 31, 2011
BISMARCK – Members of the state Board of Higher Education did all they could over the past three years to afford the people of North Dakota’s two Sioux Indian tribes opportunities to speak to the University of North Dakota “Fighting Sioux” nickname controversy, board Vice President Grant Shaft told a legislative committee Wednesday.
Chuck Haga, Forum Communications Co.
, January 27, 2011
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — A North Dakota lawmaker says the voices of the Sioux people were ignored when the state Board of Higher Education decided to get rid of the University of North Dakota's Fighting Sioux nickname.
BISMARCK - University of North Dakota President Robert Kelley repeated this morning his denial that he ever asked Summit League Commissioner Tom Douple to publicly come out against accepting the Fighting Sioux as a league member until the school's controversial nickname issue was resolved.
By Chuck Haga, Forum Communications Co.
, January 26, 2011
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