17 Apr 2016

President Visits Cuba

On March 20, 2016, President Barack Obama became the first sitting President to visit Cuba since Calvin Coolidge in January of 1928. During his two day visit, President Obama met with Cuban President, Raul Castro. ` President Obama gave a speech on Cuban television in which he...
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06 Apr 2016

Turn On The Lights

These past few years, NDNU’s athletic field, Koret Field, has been unpleasing to athletes, coaches, and spectators. There are some issues that disrupt the overall experience of the Koret field, such as the lack of lights on the field. Lights would be an ideal asset to several of...
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06 Apr 2016

Attempts to Stifle Students’ Voice (Opinion)

The board meeting on March 23rd, 2016 goes differently than planned when the meeting, originally scheduled as an open meeting, was closed at the last minute. Student leaders showed up early to  the meeting, excited to share in the conversation about unionization, when they were...
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04 Apr 2016

Bon Appetit Possible Remodel

March 14, 2016- At the beginning of this year, NDNU renewed their contract with Bon Appetite for 25 years. There is talk that Bon Appetite will plan to remodel the cafeteria in the summer of 2017, in order to keep a section opened later for both students and staff to access food....
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04 Apr 2016

9 Places You Didn’t Know Existed

Deep within the magnificent city of San Francisco are a number of abandoned buildings. This is the inside an abandoned factory shut down due to the 1989 earthquake. Deemed unsafe to operate in the factory closed and has since become an underground gallery for local street artists...
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04 Apr 2016

Flask Mob

Every month photographers take over the streets of San Francisco as a group known as flask mob. You can find them blasting music while fireworks and smoke bombs are taking over downtown. They gather by the hundreds, with people of all ages from teens to adults. They gather from...
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