Arts & Entertainment

UNWSP Choir Keeps On Singing

How does a college choir sing amidst the pandemic? Eagle 7’s (and media production major) Scott Krueger checks in with the UNWSP choir to share just why they want and need to sing.

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Top 25 Songs this week 11.23

Here are the Top 25 Songs on the Remnant this week (11.23). Peapod video below! 1 Peabod Heavenly Father 2 Tedashii Us 3 Thad Cockrell Fill My Cup (with New Respects) 4 Social Club Misfits […]

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After God, what matters most in life?

On Thanksgiving, the smell of the stuffed turkey fills the house.  Later, friends and family gather to share a Thanksgiving meal together. The following morning, families erect their Christmas tree and hang up their other […]

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On understanding Thanksgiving

In a world where many Americans have been taught one side of history, it is very valuable and important that we expand our knowledge on how we got where we are today. Looking back into […]

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Students focus on being grateful as Thanksgiving approaches

As Thanksgiving approaches, students at the University of Northwestern–St. Paul are learning to appreciate the little things while COVID-19 is still present. Callie Fries, a sophomore public relations major, said, “Breathing fresh air after class […]

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Students demonstrate thankfulness with different cultural traditions

Thanksgiving is a time to fellowship and gather with your loved ones. In America, we celebrate this food-filled holiday on the last Thursday of every November. Thanksgiving Day is an annual holiday in the United States and Canada for celebrating […]

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Why celebrate Thanksgiving?

For many Americans, Thanksgiving is a time to gather with family and friends and remember what to be thankful for. Millions of Americans treat themselves to a traditional meal while visiting with their loved ones. […]

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Thanksgiving perceptions shift from childhood to adulthood

In the month of November, things are starting to shift from fall to winter. The colored leaves are falling onto the ground, less birds chirp and the air smells like fall. On top of that, […]

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UNW Food Services introduces mobile ordering opportunity

With the onset of the COVID-19 surge in late October, the introduction of UNW Food Service’s mobile ordering app is timely. This app, meant to make student ordering more convenient and to encourage social distancing, […]

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UNW braces as COVID cases rise

UNW President Allen Cureton shared his concern over the rise in COVID cases this Friday in an address to students and faculty. UNW has seen a rapid rise in cases following fall break, mainly due […]

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