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What is Character in Leadership? - A Message to the CIL Class of 2017

Mon, 01 May 2017

By  Liz Hunt, Director,  Character in  Leadership Program Special to The Collegian  This past fall, during and following the election, I had several people, both Democrats and Republicans, ask me if I felt my job in teaching leadership was pointless, particularly given the lack of character and integrity shown by the leadership in Washington. My response, of course,...

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UJ Students Receive NDPC Awards

Mon, 01 May 2017

NDPC college contest honors student journalists, broadcasters FARGO, N.D. — More than 100 entries from students at five schools North Dakota and Minnesota colleges were received for the annual North Dakota Professional Communicators (NDPC) College Communications Contest. Winners of the 2017 contest were recognized during the organization’s spring conference luncheon on April 21, 201...

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UJ SOS Assemble May Day Baskets

Mon, 01 May 2017

By Jamie Czapiewski, Staff Writer The University of Jamestown’s Student of Service organization recently met in the Prentice lounge for their latest service project on April 19th at 8:30. The SOS chose to put together May Day baskets for those at the Anne Carlsen Center at a meeting the previous week.  Students present included both members and non-members, with about eleven...

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Music Notes - What is Band Good For? 

Mon, 01 May 2017

By Dr. Laura Z. Lynch, PH.D.  Director of Bands/Associate Professor of Music Absolutely everything! Recently the band program bade farewell to fourteen seniors. Before our last wind ensemble concert, the seniors stood before the band and talked about what band meant to them.  Family. There is so much caring and support in the group. The students in band feel comfortable around e...

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UJ SOS Assemble May Day Baskets

Sun, 30 Apr 2017

By Jamie Czapiewski, Staff Writer The University of Jamestown’s Student of Service organization recently met in the Prentice lounge for their latest service project on April 19th at 8:30. The SOS chose to put together May Day baskets for those at the Anne Carlsen Center at a meeting the previous week.  Students present included both members and non-members, with about eleven...

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The Talent Show

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

By Caleb Gwerder, Staff Writer This past week the Sophomore Character in Leadership class held a talent show to fundraise money so they could help dementia patients. Due to booked facilities the event was held in the Hansen gymnasium which seriously lacks architectural acoustics, but despite that aspect all the acts poured with confidence and enthusiasm. Breaking the ice was Alex Delzer sing...

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Spring Concerts on Campus

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

By Dr. Laura Lynch, PH.D. Director of Bands Concert season is upon us in the music department and we would like to invite you to join us for some wonderful performances! All concerts are free and open to the public. Students and community members in these ensembles work diligently to prepare these programs so we hope to see you at these concerts. April 10 at 7:30 pm: The Chapel Choir and Com...

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Book Notes - Being a “Bookworm” in the Age of the Internet

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

By Paige Stewart, Reference/Instruction Librarian Special to The Collegian One of my favorite things about talking to students is hearing what they are doing in classes. I recently had the opportunity to speak with a student who had just taken the Meyers-Briggs Personality Inventory. For our freshmen, it is a bit like the StrengthsQuest you did in Journey, but instead of looking at strengths it...

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Career Center Corner - Why every student should have a LinkedIn profile

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

By Katianne Brockpahler, Career Center Marketing Intern In the world of Snapchat, Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook, LinkedIn can sometimes be seen as that one boring uncle of the social media world. Memes and viral videos are not common, and catchy slang like “cash me ousside” isn’t popular. Despite these drawbacks, LinkedIn might be the most beneficial social media ne...

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Art Happenings - Spring art show open through April

Sat, 01 Apr 2017

By Sharon Cox,  Associate Professor of Art, Special to The Collegian Art classes are always exciting, no matter the year or what classes are being taught. Any time there are paints, pastels, paper, pencils and plastic materials, we all seem to migrate to them like metal to a magnet. The 2016-17 year has been one of those memorable school years for art and student achievements. Students...

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