North Dakota State is known as a student-focused, land-grant, research university. Many professors do research most of the day and "take a break" to teach the students. Although, professors aren't the only ones who do research. I recently conducted some brief research and compiled a 15-page paper on the processes of conversion and "deconverting" from … Continue reading The Researching Student
“You shall not pass.” Students from North Dakota State University may think their professors are attempting to create the hardest cumulative final exam in recorded history. In reality, their job is to help students retain information throughout the year and some may think the best way is to assign a stress-inducing test. I know the … Continue reading Preparing for Finals
Bethany Richter Lately a huge topic within politics has been who would be appointed to the Supreme Court. Brett Kavanaugh was on President Donald Trump’s list of nominees, and once Trump chose him, allegations of sexual misconduct were made against Kavanaugh. This became a huge case and a long process for both parties. Kavanaugh ended … Continue reading Kavanaugh Confirmation
Reilly Swanson I'm sure a host of issues is assailing your political consciousness this election season. To give you a (hopefully) welcome respite from the incessant mudslinging which pervades the airspace this year, I'd like to draw your attention to an issue that might be flying under the radar: North Dakota's Measure 3. While it … Continue reading To Measure 3 or Not to Measure 3
With the holidays fast approaching, parties are becoming exceedingly inevitable for most people whether it be a Halloween Bash with a bunch of friends or a nice Thanksgiving meal with the parents, and where there’s a party, there’s a chance of alcohol presence. With that being said, there’s also a chance of getting drunk. Drinking … Continue reading Drinking Responsibly
Overall wellness depends on the proper balance between the various dimensions of wellness, such as physical wellness, intellectual wellness, spiritual wellness, etc. The transition to college can be challenging for a lot of young people. There’s a new level of independence that most people have not experienced until they move into their dorm room. While … Continue reading Rummel’s Reflection
The news outlets in the networked information economy has grown exponentially. There are television channels dedicated to 24/7 news, but studies conducted by the Pew Research Center have shown that 93 percent of adults in the United States receive some of their news online. This means the media channels to access newsy information are also … Continue reading Who are we?