Crowd Conscious

    A dense fog fell on Fargo Saturday morning, limiting visibility outside of the Fargodome. Luckily for North Dakota State, the dome protected the Bison from the outside conditions. In a sense, the fans protected the Bison, too. No. 2-seeded NDSU (13-1) uncharacteristically gave up 32 points and nearly 400 yards of offense to No. 7 Coastal Carolina, but pulled out a […]


    Bison Fail to Overcome Double-Digit Deficit, Fall to UND in OT

    The North Dakota State women’s basketball team fought from a 16-point second half deficit, but fell to the University of North Dakota 90-87 in overtime at Scheels Arena. Overall, UND went 36-for-71 inside the arc (50.7 percent), 0-for-7 from beyond and 18-for-24 at the free throw line (75 percent). Mia Loyd had 22 points and 13 rebounds for UND. Emily Evers […]

  • Afghan Man Teams with NDSU Pink House, Bringing ‘Hope’ to Widows and Orphans

    Afghan Man Teams with NDSU Pink House, Bringing ‘Hope’ to Widows and Orphans

    He has seen his home country in ruins. “When I entered Afghanistan in 2001, the streets were smelling like death,” the founder of Hope for Afghanistan said about life in Kabul. He wished not have his name listed in the story because he is seeking asylum in the U.S. “There was no life,” he said. People missing limbs roamed tattered cities alongside feral […]

  • What’s Historic Versus What’s Just Old

    What’s Historic Versus What’s Just Old

    I gotta start by saying I’m a frequenter of downtown Fargo. Whether I’m meeting interviewees for articles, delivering the High Plains Reader or taking in an arts event, I’m downtown quite a bit, baby. It’s a great place to visit, whether you’re dropping dough on a meal, seeing a show or shopping. Downtown Fargo’s a place to be and see, […]

  • ‘Hatred Will Not Have the Last Word’

    ‘Hatred Will Not Have the Last Word’

    They say love conquers all, but for Theatre NDSU’s latest production, love is just enough to get nine characters through a night of reliving the past before an uncertain future. “The Women of Lockerbie,” based on the aftermath of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 in 1988, tells its audiences of how one simple act can heal a world […]

The Radcliffe Camera acts as a beautiful study space for students.

    A Bison Abroad | Oxford

    Few cities have such a prestigious ring to their name as Oxford. With 39 colleges making up the famous Oxford University, this city is one of the most famous collegiate towns in the world. Countless scientists, politicians, writers and artists have lived and studied there — Albert Einstein, Margaret Thatcher, J. R. R. Tolkien and even Bill Clinton. Oxford has […]


    Dramatic Finish Pushes NDSU Past the Jackrabbits

    It was only fitting this game went down to the final minute. Drama, flags, boos and reviews littered the fourth quarter in the FCS second-round game between No. 2-seeded North Dakota State and South Dakota State. After taking turns dominating quarters, it was the Bison that made the last play in a 27-24 come-from-behind win in front of 18,113 fans […]


    No. 2 NDSU Pulls Out Scrappy Win Despite Penalties

    I actually started writing this column before the game was over to try to console fans as if North Dakota State had lost on Saturday. After NDSU was down four points and had commited 11 penalties, I didn’t think the Bison were going to finish with the win. Embarrassing. The No. 2-seeded Bison proved me dead wrong and pulled out […]

NDSU and SDSU meet once again in a second round FCS playoff game Saturday. The Bison have won six straight games against the Jackrabbits, including a 28-3 win in the 2012 playoffs.

    Physicality in Store for Second Encounter Between Bison, Jackrabbits

    Games in the Missouri Valley Football Conference are usually physical contests revolved around rushing attacks and strong defenses. But when the game is between rivals North Dakota State and South Dakota State in the postseason, the games are even more brutal. No. 2-seeded NDSU hosts No. 14 SDSU in the second round of the FCS playoffs at 2:30 p.m. Saturday […]