By Rachel Levy It’s Friday night and the underground metal band Blodspor is nearly ready to take the stage at Revolver, a well-known venue in Oslo’s underground. Revolver is part of Oslo’s famous metal and black metal scene.  It is only a block or two from two similar venues, The Rockefeller and John Dee. Kniven, [...]

Over the past several years the drone industry has grown rapidly. The origin of much of this development has rooted itself in North Dakota, as hundreds of businesses flock to the area to begin research and development of unmanned aircrafts and their accompanying technologies. The essential capitol of drone usage and development is the Grand [...]

Strella Navalta, Junior English Education major is no newbie to the game of tennis. With her power shots and support from her teammates she has been playing tennis since 2009 in high school and since she transferred to Valley City State University her sophomore year of college. The Viking tennis season is usually during the [...]

  Helen Otterson, North Dakota State University, spends her spare time creating sculptures inspired by cell and plant life. Her past experiences and interest in biology have helped her create numerous sculptures which can be seen third floor McCarthy Hall until October 2. Otterson’s father developed cancer when she was a child, and that sparked [...]

On Thursday April 9th to honor V-Day and to kick off Sexual Assault Awareness and Prevention Month the Valley City State University (VCSU) Diversity office presented The Vagina Monologues.   The Vagina Monologues is a scripted play based on author Eve Ensler’s “Vagina Interviews”. The comical and cunning play was casted by women volunteers around [...]

On April 26, the Valley City State University’s (VCSU) tennis club had their annual banquet. The team is made up of seven players, and are led by Coach Erik Kringle. The VCSU tennis club had a very successful season and ended up taking 4th place at Regionals going up against some very stiff competition such [...]