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The Skidmo Scoop: Campus Events for the Week of October 16th

Thursday, October 19th, 7:00-9:00 pm

Diwali is the festival of lights observed by Hindus, Sikhs, and Jains. Houses are often decorated with colorful lights to symbolize the triumph of good over evil, which, if you ask me, is really just a load of bullshit—evil always wins. 263 more words

Campus Life

Common Read: Ruta Sepetys’ Salt to the Sea

   On October 4, the Northern State University Honors Program, President Timothy Downs, and the Aberdeen American News hosted the annual Common Read in the Harvey and Cynthia Jewett Theater in the Johnson Fine Art Center. 599 more words

Arts And Culture

Around Aberdeen

Downtown Aberdeen Farmers Market
Thursdays September 14—October 26 in Central Park, 2:30—6:30pm. The Downtown Aberdeen Farmers Market has a variety of vendors each week. Fresh produce, baked goods, soaps and lotions, and a variety of other goods made by local vendors are available. 331 more words


NSU Hosts Northern Prairie Water Festival

   On September 28, Northern State University hosted the 21st annual Northern Prairie Water Festival, a science-based event entered around water, one of Earth’s most precious resources. 442 more words


Noon Forum: Plagiarism in the Real World

   Plagiarism is a topic discussed almost daily in America’s school system, but its significance is largely overlooked.

   This was discussed in a recent Noon Forum titled Plagiarism in the Real World: What Beyoncé and Vanilla Ice Can Teach Us About Academic Integrity, presented by Williams Library librarians Lynn Klundt, Kristin Echtenkamp, and Sarah Jones. 477 more words


Food Truck Frenzy Brings Elon Community Together for a Break from Usual Lunch Routine

By Cameron Koubek

The smell of food frying and the sound of music blaring from speakers signified the return of the Food Truck Frenzy to Elon University on Wednesday. 362 more words

You're Invited: "Masculinity, Violence, and De-Individuation in Argentine Soccer Chants"

Interested in the intersection of sport behavior, gender, Spanish language, Latin American culture, and music? Come to Dr. Eduardo Herrera’s presentation this Thursday at 5:00 pm in Klingenstein Lounge, entitled “Masculinity, Violence, and De-Individuation in Argentine Soccer Chants.” Refreshments will be provided. 79 more words