Cheech Marin Shares His Chicano Art Expertise With UND

Impassioned arts collector — of 1980s cinematic fame — offers more serious take on Chicano culture, perspective When it came to visiting the University of North Dakota, Cheech Marin knew what he was walking into. “The first question I get is, ‘Well, how do you like the cold?’” said Marin, probably best known as one…
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UND Hosts ‘Speed Dating’ For Research

Thomasine Heitkamp heads up event helping feds and researchers address rural health and social issues It’s a researcher’s dream. Imagine having one-on-one access to multiple representatives of federal agencies, all of whom have resources available to help address rural health care and social issues. That dream came true for the 100 people who attended the…
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UND Is Off To See The Wizard

UND Theatre Arts newest production of Frank L. Baum’s classic, ‘Oz,’ is a community-wide endeavor Though it’s her first time directing a production at UND, Stephanie Murry is no stranger to “The Wizard of Oz”, or directing, as someone who’s crafted her career on stage. “This is my sixth production of ‘The Wizard of Oz’…
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UND Hosted NPR’s Mara Liasson For Annual Ethics Symposium

NPR political journalist Mara Liasson urges balanced public discourse at annual UND ethics symposium As a national political correspondent for NPR, Mara Liasson unbiasedly covered every presidential election from Clinton to Obama. She dug into administration and policy as a White House and congressional reporter. Now, you can hear her provocative take on all things…
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UND’s Northern Exposure

UND takes world-class UAS program on the road to small, Canadian border school system for outreach initiative The school gym in Walhalla, N.D., a community of fewer than 1,000 people, was buzzing on Oct. 16. If it wasn’t the drone of spinning propellers in the air, it was the eager energy of the kids at the…
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