Hybrid Yoga: An Exercise In Injury

Americans are ‘feeling the burn’ all the way to the clinic By Kelsie O’Keefe MSUM Mass Comm. Major Photos by Amita Manandhar Sixteen million Americans are stretching out to an exercise medium that’s growing in style, variety, popularity and injury. More injuries, less harmony Yoga is meant to reconnect individuals with themselves and bring their…
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Improv Brings Comedy Downtown

By Erica Anderson MSUM print journalism major Photos by Kelly Johnson From left: Steven Molony, Lucas Volasek and Torrey Halverson act out part of a community spelling bee during their performance Thursday at the Fargo Moorhead Community Theater. From a county spelling bee to a family feud and a contemporary comedic rendition of Hamlet, the…
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Section 9: A Small Part Of A Supercomputer

Business supplies more than just power for their game consoles By Kelsie O’Keefe MSUM Mass Comm. Major Section 9 is located on Roberts Street in downtown Fargo. Photo by Kelsie O’Keefe   Section 9 is a cyber café offering 500-600 video game options to the Fargo-Moorhead gaming community, but when the gaming stops, and the…
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Sandbagging Off To Slow Start Despite Early Preparations

By Misty Irving MSUM Mass Comm Major With hopes of getting an early start on predicted flooding this spring, Fargo and Moorhead started sandbagging at a site in each city on March 1. Fargo leaders hope to make 1 million sandbags before spring, with an objective of 100,000 per day. On Monday, only 100 volunteers who were…
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Revolver Revamps Old In New Way

By Erica Anderson MSUM print journalism major Revolver’s first display of vintage items. Photo by Erica   Sending shoppers nostalgic memories through ’70s lamp-tables and dresses their grandmothers may have worn, Revolver adds an eclectic-retro style to the downtown shopping scene. Downtown Fargo reconnects to its roots through a one-of-a-kind vintage shop, Revolver. First Avenue’s…
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