On Feb. 18, North Dakota Senator John Hoeven visited University of Mary to discuss the Keystone XL Pipeline bill that awaits President Barack Obama’s approval as well as several other issues facing North Dakota and the nation.
Since the first few weeks of class, an app by the name of Yik Yak has had University of Mary students yakin’ all over campus. Mary’s Yakin’ has created mixed emotions as it rises in popularity.
Sophomore nursing majors, Chris Ottemoeller and Cody Barta share their experiences while studying abroad at the University of Mary’s Rome campus.
The University of Mary used to be a place where someone could privately enjoy a banana. Now, every appealing bite could be photographed and anonymously posted to the U-Mary Bananas Twitter page. Everyone in cafeteria is thinking twice before they say “K” to the nutritious fruit. Athletes in locker rooms are looking over their shoulders before they take a bite. Even students in their private rooms suspect that their picture will surface on Twitter as soon as they have finished their banana. No one is safe.
Finals are the unavoidable capstone of every college semester, the ultimate test for professors to test the knowledge of their students. At the University of Mary, final exams for fall semester are right around the corner, which means that the hourglass is running out of sand for most students.
Affordable Colleges Online (ACO) ranked the University of Mary’s accounting program second in the nation, topping all programs in the five-state region.
As a collegiate athlete, there are several things the public expects you to do: win games, get superb grades, and be a role model to others. This may seem excessive, but it is what all college athletes sign-up for. But what the majority of the public does not know, is that athletes do a lot of other things in order to maintain a distinguished appearance.
Sloan Turner – Reporter Jason Schmitz never thought he would return to North Dakota. Schmitz, a Bismarck native, graduated from the University of Mary in 2008 with a bachelor’s in social sciences. He then went at Worcester State University in Worcester, Mass., where he graduated with a master’s in secondary education in 2010. During his …