Fraternity and sorority life For many people in fraternity and sorority life (FSL), the best place on campus to study, relax and just be with their friends is their fraternity or sorority house. Having a fraternity or sorority house…

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Take Some ‘YOU’ Time

 Dead week and finals week can be a stressful time. There are many activities that you may feel like doing, such as pulling your hair out, pulling your roommate’s hair out, punching a hole in your wall or eating…

Michael Matheson Miller gave a lecture titled “Inclusion for the Poor: Poverty, Charity and Justice” in his lectureship series, “Capitalism and Society” Thursday, April 26. Miller, who is also the producer and director of the documentary “Poverty Inc.,” also…

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Students Receive Fellowship

The National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships (NSF) were awarded to two North Dakota State students for their research and teaching potential. Kurt Williams, a second-year doctoral student in zoology, and Anna Renner, a senior in chemistry and biochemistry,…

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New New World Order

Professor Thomas Ambrosio was awarded the Faculty Lectureship Award for his teaching and research regarding what he calls “The New New World Order” Tuesday, Apr. 17. The award recognizes achievement in teaching, scholarship, creative activity and service. The recipient…

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Syrian Air Strikes

The coordination of American, British and French forces used air strikes to diminish chemical weapons in Syria after their president allegedly gassed his own people. The targets of the airstrike were a research center in Damascus, a chemical weapons storage…

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Finance Hands-On Learning

  Students in North Dakota State’s College of Business participated in the CFA (Charters Financial Analyst) Institute Research Challenge to gain skills in finance, teamwork and competition. According to the CFA Institute website, there are 5,000 students from over…

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Business Trail Blazers

Dress for Success had a sale that took place April 6 from 10 a.m to 6 p.m. The sale was aided by a student group that calls themselves the Blazers. The Blazers sold professional tops and bottoms for $5…

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Grants for ND Universities

U.S. Sen. Heidi Heitkamp announced that the University of North Dakota and North Dakota State will receive grants that will total $414,999. These grants are provided by the National Science Foundation and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s People, Prosperity,…

Student Body President Resigns

North Dakota State Student Body President Master Weasel said he will resign from the position to pursue a career in the goat milking industry. Weasel said he has always dreamt of moving to a farm with at least 32…