What started as an open process has become almost a farce as the University on North Dakota comes one step closer to "selecting" their new nickname. The ongoing public vote, who's 2nd round concluded on 11/6, narrowed the list of potential names down to 2 from 3.
With the University of North Dakota starting their final round of voting in the ongoing saga that is picking a new nickname for the university, some eligible voters are so sick of the entire process, they are selling their votes online.
In a blatantly admitted attempt to mess with the long-running nicknaming process at the University of North Dakota, former Bismarck mayor -- and North Dakota State University alum -- Marlan "Hawk" Haakenson has registered trademarks for three of the five finalists up for vote.
The process of adopting a new nickname for the University of North Dakota came one step closer to completion yesterday (6/9) when the committee tasked with choosing the new name narrowed the possible list down to just 15 from the over 1,000 original submissions.
The task of finding a new nickname for the University of North Dakota came one step closer to completion Monday night as the committee tasked with finding the new name narrowed the over 1,000 names submitted down to a list of 64.
Any new or soon-to-be parent will tell you they have a special name for their growing bundle of joy. People.com shows us the final results of an unofficial study by waiting-for-baby app Ovia on the most unique ones in each state.