At almost any event, before things get started, the National Anthem is played.
Most of us stand and remove our caps and listen to the song, but not everyone is able to hear it.
So we went out and found some students making sure the Star Spangled Banner is heard every time.
"They don't use their voices at all so it's really fun to see," said Savannah Harbaugh, Elementary Education Junior.
It doesn't matter if you can hear or not.
"They do very well," said MariDon Sorum, Sign Language Professor.
Minot State University students practiced and practiced until the signing looked perfect.
"I think we got it down so I'm pretty excited," said Harbaugh.
"They just developed a love for the language," said Sorum.
And all that practice, it payed off when they performed in front of a crowd.
"The culture really intrigues me its just really fun," said Harbaugh.
Whether you can hear or not, everyone could sing the anthem in their very own way.
The students learned how to do the anthem in the level 3 sign language class at Minot State University.