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Williams will be the keynote speaker at the Glenn Allen Paur Lecture, set for 12:20 p.m. April 8 in the UND Memorial Union Small Ballroom.
Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright, poet, lyricist and UND alumnus honored for extraordinary career and influence in American theater and film
Peter Nygard, a 1964 UND graduate, is facing multiple charges of sex trafficking and sexual assault.

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The survey found that 80% of unvaccinated respondents are extremely hesitant to get the shots. When asked what would change their minds, people replied with “Nothing at this time.”
Sitting in his office in Leonard Hall on Thursday, March 10, Sven Egenhoff spoke with the Herald about his work and his journey to UND. When asked, the German native explained how he came to have the decidedly un-German name “Sven.”
Tyrese Murph, 22, is charged with misdemeanor assault, but Douglas County, Nebraska, prosecutors are reportedly weighing whether they'll pursue felony charges
UND was recognized because of work done there to find new and innovative ways to make the local community a better place to live, learn, work and play.
Kari Odermann, a 1999 University of North Dakota graduate, has worked as a news anchor on state-run Ukrainian TV in Kyiv.
More than six years ago, Dickinson native Shayna Monson suffered a traumatic brain injury after being hit by a drunk driver. This year Shayna is working with the State of North Dakota on its Vision Zero campaign to stress the importance of safe driving.

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Students will be able to start the new degree program beginning this fall.
Allison McGauvran, a doctoral student at the School of Medicine & Health Sciences, is interning with the support group as part of a project for her occupational therapy program. TEARS was founded in 2004 and members meet in Grand Forks each month.
Emails came from state lawmakers, parents, students, business people and UND alumni. Some people sent multiple emails and one person threatened to stop financially supporting the university.

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