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What does our Short and Sweet Membership Drive have to do with the Japanese poetry form of haiku? We’ll explain as we learn about haiku from Dr. ShaunAnne Tangney, a retired professor of English at Minot State University. Tangney has a haiku habit — she's been writing one every day for nearly three years.
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  • Wednesday, February 1, 2023 - We kick off our popular Short and Sweet membership drive (which always features those great chocolate truffles from Nichole's Fine Pastry) by visiting with NDSU professor Ross Collins, the author of “Chocolate, a Cultural Encyclopedia.” ~~~ What does our Short and Sweet membership drive have to do with the Japanese poetry form of haiku? We’ll explain as we learn about haiku from ShaunAnne Tangney, retired professor of English at Minot State University.
Today's Dakota Datebook
  • Over the years, myriad allegations of bad acts by candidates in elections have surfaced in North Dakota – some serious, others less so. For over a century, state laws have sought to clamp down on candidate misconduct.