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Efforts to End Extinction

On Friday, Nov. 8, the North Dakota State department of biological sciences hosted a presentation by Tammy Steeves regarding “Maximizing Genetic Diversity in Captive Breeding in Translocation Programs in Threatened New Zealand Birds.” Steeves, an associate professor and postgraduate coordinator of biological sciences at the University…

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To Vote or Not To Vote

The North Dakota Democratic Party held an early voting party at the Turf Thursday, Nov. 1 for those who have voted already. I sat down and asked members of NDSU College Democrats why they think voting is important, why they…

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From Amity to Ambush

The final U.S. Senate race debate between incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and challenger Congressman Kevin Cramer took place Friday, Oct. 26 at North Dakota State. The debate addressed civility, solutions and sanctions to Saudi Arabia. The two also discussed immigration policies, the Affordable Care…

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Keeping It Highly Ethical

Public officials and advocating citizens from across North Dakota met at North Dakota State for a public forum on North Dakota Measures 1 and 3 on Thursday, Oct. 11. The forum was hosted by NDSU Young Americans for Liberty, College…

Both current Democratic Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and her opponent Republican Rep. Kevin Cramer attended the North Dakota State Homecoming parade Friday, Sept. 21. “I love Homecoming. It is a great way to connect with people,” Heitkamp said. “There are…

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Sanford Health announced that construction will soon start for a simulation training center at the former Children’s Hospital in Fargo. The simulation training center will provide Tri-College University students with training on the newest high-tech methods in a no-risk…

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Professors, Ph.D. graduates and some undergraduate students from across the country traveled to the Holiday Inn in Fargo, North Dakota early this week to attend the 50th annual North American Power Symposium (NAPS). “We won the bid to host the…