I Hate Bugs

As we have finally reached summer, more critters are out and about. At Student Health Services the faculty see bee stings, wasp stings, mosquito bites and the occasional tick bite most commonly over the summer. The common insects that…

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As the semester comes to an end almost everyone has final projects and finals quickly approaching. The counseling center sees less new faces coming in and those who do come in for the first time “fall into a couple…

  With the weather finally warming up, you might be more active and might be facing an injury. Sprains and strains are common injuries year-round, so students need to be aware of their symptoms and causes. North Dakota State…

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Being Aware of Sexual Assault

From February 12-19, the second annual Sexual Assault Census was taken in North Dakota with 95 percent of programs reporting the number and type of services that were provided. “This survey was started last year to get a snapshot…

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  A man in the United Kingdom has been diagnosed with “super gonorrhea” that is resistant to the main antibiotic treatment for “regular” gonorrhea and other commonly used antibiotics. So what does this mean for North Dakota and students?…

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Building a Wall

Backed by the state of North Dakota, North Dakota State is making plans to build a wall around the University of North Dakota. The plans to separate UND from North Dakota comes after students have been acting as hooligans…

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Two North Dakota State professors conducted research on the new fall prevention program, Stepping On, that was introduced to North Dakota in 2012. Sean Brotherson, professor and extension family science specialist, and Jane Strommen, assistant professor of practice and…

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Teaching Mindfully

Mindful teacher courses will soon be offered in Fargo to assist teachers in reducing stress. According to North Dakota United, “More than half of the educators in a survey of nearly 5,000 respondents say that their mental health is…

Puerto Rico Orphanage Aid

Cecilia Monclova-Santana, second year Ph.D. student in plant pathology, organized a fundraiser for a network of orphanages in Puerto Rico that have been affected by Hurricane Maria. Monclova-Santana said she is Puerto Rican herself and “after what happened in…

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It’s Homecoming week and with that comes activities and events going on almost every day this week. Students were able to vote for the 2017 Homecoming King and Queen Tuesday through Wednesday at 5 p.m. The Blue Key Honor…