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North Dakota State, like many public institutions, uses waivers to attract students, and the university uses them liberally. Between 2010 and 2014, NDSU waived $69 million in tuition for all students, an audit revealed. During that time period, NDSU waved $5.6…

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North Dakota Senate lawmakers voted 32-15 Thursday night in favor of lowering the oil extraction tax and removing price-based tax breaks. The bill heads back to the House where members approved the original measure Monday after it was introduced last…

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The North Dakota State Police and Safety Office is bringing a new smartphone program to students. The Pathlight app would help increase personal safety and give security service for downloading users. The app enables NDSU dispatchers to remotely track a user…

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North Dakota State officials announced Michael Borr will be the new director of the NDSU University Police and Safety Office. Borr, who has been with NDSU since 2005, began work on Thursday following a national search to fill the position. He will…

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The North Dakota House of Representatives failed a push on Tuesday to restore funding for a proposed state-run rail safety program. The House Appropriations Committee stripped money from the Public Service Commission budget before the attempt to restore the program. The…

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Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced Tuesday the city has reached an agreement to provide an overarching package of reparations to victims of Chicago police commander, Jon Burge. Between the 1970s and ’90s, Burge ran a torture ring against suspects,…

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Agriculture-related olympics and a community grill out are among the events to be held by the North Dakota State Ag Week coalition starting Monday. The student group hosts the inaugural NDSU Ag Week Monday through Friday in hopes of sharing their passion of…

North Dakota State students and organizations are not only spending their own time on campus but also helping out in their community. Volunteering is commonplace for college students, yet the vast amount of opportunities can prove daunting. But students have options….

Judges, including Chelsea Clinton, recently recognized three North Dakota State students for their academic achievements. The three won the Codeathon event in the Clinton Global Initiative University event earlier this month in Miami. However, the trio – Alex Koppy, Robbie…