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Under the court of law, victims of any crime are given certain rights in order to protect themselves. These rights have just recently been expanded to include 19 more. Marsy’s Law was a victim’s right ballot passed last year….

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Help for the Missing

In 1979, Mona Lisa Two Eagle, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, was found dead and badly beaten in the middle of a field. In 1993, Monica Wickre, who was raised on the Turtle Mountain…

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Churchill Hall 2.0

  Churchill Hall has been completely redone. The long-standing building was rededicated Friday, Sept. 29, in front of a large crowd of North Dakota State students and alumni. The alumni were shocked at how drastic the changes to the…

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Real Chemistry at NDSU

The North Dakota State department of chemistry is, according to their mission statement, dedicated to education, research, scholarship and creative endeavors. One way the department is dedicated to research is through programs specifically for undergraduates. Many undergraduate researchers have…

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Pegging Transgender

“If I wanted to cut off my arm and leg and declare I feel that I am a pirate today, I can do that,” Pacholczyk said. The Question of Transgender — that was the title of the event hosted…

Sugar Beet Power

Beets might be the next thing you put in your car’s gas tank. The EPA just finished a study on the effectiveness and environmental impact of using beets as a biofuel. This means that beets are past the first…

North Dakota’s recent economic boom was, for a large part, due to the opening of the Bakken oil fields. This led to North Dakota becoming one of the main producers of fossil fuels in the United States. The process…

Over 1,000 elementary school children gathered in Sheppard Arena last week to learn about common farm animals such as cows, horses, goats, sheep and baby chicks. The children gathered as part of North Dakota State’s Saddle and Sirloin club’s…