Campus Culture


Kroeze Hall houses UJ freshman students:

Fri, 06 Apr 2018

By Haley Gallagher Kroeze Hall is the freshman dorm on the University of Jamestown campus where a great deal of the student population has spent time in but few know much about. This residence hall is located next to the Raugust Library and features a unique architectural style in which its four halls frame a beautiful and spacious courtyard. There are two floors and a basement to this...

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A getaway from college: Food for your soul and belly in Cleveland, N.D.

Fri, 02 Mar 2018

By Tam Nguyen College life from a small town is very different from a big city. Do you disagree? Maybe it’s just me, but it should be fair to use me as a judge in this case. Not growing up from the United States but Viet Nam, I came here for college. I’ve been living in Jamestown for roughly four years and came home once. Four years is maybe not enough for a person to say anythin...

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Easy-to-make snacks for the holiday season

Fri, 08 Dec 2017

By Amber Robinson Snow is falling and the Christmas season is calling. I’ve been enjoying being in the kitchen even more lately due to this wonderful time of year. This month I have selected some delicious recipes that have a healthier twist but are still perfect for satisfying that sweet tooth over this holiday season. Peanut Butter Fudge Ingredients: 2 to 3 cups of chocolate (I used...

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Hours of operation: Everything you always wanted to know about UJ but nobody told you

Fri, 03 Nov 2017

By Shayla King Junior Editor Happy Turkey Month! I hope you are all having a good year being that midterms are over and Thanksgiving is around the corner. May you all travel safe and go into a nice turkey coma. I know I will but before then I thought I would share when Java Hut, C-Store and Cafeteria hours of operation are. There has been some confusion and I am happy to help. Java Hut...

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Reasons to visit with a chaplain

Fri, 03 Nov 2017

By Candace Adams UJ Chaplain Perhaps, you are thinking, “I am not religious and I am uninterested in spiritual things.”  There is no need to be religious or even interested in spiritual things to chat with the chaplain. As the chaplain, I am interested in your life, all of it (the good and the bad). Life is a journey; it is filled with highs and lows. Typically, there are...

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Berry Granola, Raw Strawberry Cake are healthy desserts for Thanksgiving

Fri, 03 Nov 2017

By Amber Robinson Special to The Collegian For November, I decided to go with two healthy desserts that will be perfect for Thanksgiving! The first is a berry granola that is superfood packed. The Cacao nibs and chia seeds offer extra boosts of protein along with omegas, iron and antioxidants. The second is a delicious and filling cake that is sure to satisfy any sweet tooth without ha...

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Day of the Dead: A festival to celebrate loved ones who passed away

Fri, 20 Oct 2017

By Mirian Mendoza Staff Writer Autumn is most notably known as the Halloween season. There is a crisp wind blowing, the leaves are a mesmerizing array of golden and fiery hues, and summer seems like a distant memory. As the month of October comes to a close, families prepare themselves by selecting costumes and stocking up on savory candy that will be handed out to eager children waiting...

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Alone in the dark

Sat, 07 Oct 2017

Cold air colder winds and a new moon sort of night   a great wide wreck of stars above -- a sidereal masterpiece of shimmering and immortal intricacies   on a single side of the inkish horizon an amber arc wavers interminably, carving into the dark   but here beside and beneath a shifting oaken tree the night soaks and satu...

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Observing overhead this October

Sat, 07 Oct 2017

By Dr. Timothy Bratton Professor Emeritus of History and Amateur Astronomer At 7:08 a.m. CDST on Oct. 5, Venus and Mars will be less than 0.25 degree apart, their closest encounter since November 1995. The only bright planets in the night sky this month are Jupiter and Saturn, but both are sinking toward the sun and will disappear soon. But Venus, Mars and the moon will encounter each oth...

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Observing overhead this October

Sat, 07 Oct 2017

By Dr. Timothy Bratton Professor Emeritus of History and Amateur Astronomer At 7:08 a.m. CDST on Oct. 5, Venus and Mars will be less than 0.25 degree apart, their closest encounter since November 1995. The only bright planets in the night sky this month are Jupiter and Saturn, but both are sinking toward the sun and will disappear soon. But Venus, Mars and the moon will encounter each oth...

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