The oil boom brought illicit drugs into North Dakota, but just because the oil boom has slowed down does not mean that drug related cases have slowed down too. According to data from the North Dakota Attorney General’s Office, there…

“There is a culture war against Christianity,” Jake MacAulay, ordained minister and chief executive officer of the Institute on the Constitution, said. This was a theme that was represented throughout the speech he gave titled, “Religious Freedom and the…

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Canoe Parade Invades Red River

The first annual floating canoe parade showcased the connection between the Red River, the people who live around it and how it shapes the community. Nine canoes showed up for the event, each bringing their own group of followers…

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Prepare, Respond, Recover

Walking around campus there are blue emergency stations everywhere you go. There are also countless different events and organizations, such as Take Back the Night, aimed at promoting safety, yet many students on campus worry about their safety. Kathleen…

Students, friends and sisters gathered to remember the life of Elizabeth Mary Helm. As people began to arrive at the vigil they were handed a candle and a card with the list of speakers, a picture of Ellie and…

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North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton agreed to form and co-chair a 16-member task force to correlate the two states different approaches to the flood control in order to protect the Fargo-Moorhead area Wednesday, Oct….

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The emergency management program at North Dakota State has been around since 2003 and provides opportunity for students to apply what they learn in and out of the classroom. “Emergency management is the scientific study of hazards that exist…

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State of the University Address

“It is once again my great privilege to bring you the State of the University,” North Dakota State President Dean Bresciani said Friday in the Festival Concert Hall. “NDSU is a very special place, thanks to your hard work…

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Getting Involved on Campus

North Dakota State has over 300 student organizations with some being career-based, recreational, service-based, spiritual or cultural among others. A majority of the student body is involved with these organizations, as three out of four NDSU students participate in…

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Women Take On STEM

“Think big and think different. Dare to dream big. I want you to be global change agents,” Betty Gronneberg, North Dakota State computer science alumna, said as she shared her story about her time as a Bison to future…