Tennis team is in full Swing

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 … Continue reading Tennis team is in full Swing

VCSU Standouts Become Viking Royalty

    By Morgan Nalley Senior Tarah Cleveland, from Menahga, Minnesota, and Senior Richard Langdeaux, from Rosebud, South Dakata, were named and crowned 2015 Valley City State University Homecoming Queen and King, during last Wednesdays’ coronation in Froemke Auditorium. The 2015 VCSU Homecoming court consisted of 12 outstanding VCSU students who are highly involved around … Continue reading VCSU Standouts Become Viking Royalty

The Vagina Monologues

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 … Continue reading The Vagina Monologues

Viking Student Media Launches Website for Students and Staff

Valley City State University (VCSU) students are excited to launch a new organization titled Viking Student Media (VSM). The organization hopes to bring many new media formats to students including a news website, an app, a newspaper, a radio station, and a television station. They will be covering a variety of events both on campus … Continue reading Viking Student Media Launches Website for Students and Staff

Valley City Wellness Center: An Explanation and Perspective

North Dakota has spent the last few years in a very positive economic atmosphere, growing while most other states declined in activity. With this increase in revenue comes a growth throughout the state. Small cities like Valley City, North Dakota plan to continue with this trend by building a new Health, Wellness, and Physical Education … Continue reading Valley City Wellness Center: An Explanation and Perspective

How To Deal

“First-year roommates matter. Their reach can ripple throughout the college years and after.” Abigail Sullivan Moore, in her 2010 article “The Science of Roommates,” stresses the impact your first roommate can have and the changes that ensue. Reflecting on my experiences that first year I would have to agree, seeing a definite change in my … Continue reading How To Deal