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A new residence hall is on the horizon for North Dakota State. The university is seeking state authorization to build the new hall, potentially set to be constructed west of Pavek and Seim halls for between $35-39 million, said…

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Rebranding Says Goodbye to Bison

Bison have long been a symbol for North Dakota State, but vital campus entities are shifting away from the mascot. In the last month, Bison Connection and the Bison Card Center have changed their names to NDSU One Stop and…

SEVEN DIMENSIONS OF WELLNESS

North Dakota State’s Wellness Center is not just about physical health. The health and fitness hotspot on campus promotes the Seven Dimensions of Wellness, a health promotion that wellness education coordinator Emily Hegg said helps students learning about “their…

Before he graduated in December, Drew Spooner co-founded seven student organizations at North Dakota State. The marketing graduate said starting clubs is simple, though turnover can be tough. “Nothing to it,” Spooner said of starting student organizations. “And joining…

sports

My parents had a few rules with us kids. One that came with school: Try an art and a sport. After two years on the trombone, I fulfilled my sport (in Mom and Dad’s eyes) with track and field…

Sherbrooke, N.D., had it all. And then it lost everything. The Steele County town began settlement in 1881, named after a Quebecois village. Sherbrooke became the county seat in 1885 as settlers flocked to the town. Its courthouse was…

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‘All Because of the Heroin’

He was grabbed by the belt buckle and hit in the face before he knew what was happening. Feeling himself bleeding, he looked up before the man yelled at him again. “Gimme your s—t now!” Logan Johnk put his money on…

opinion

As the news poured in last week, people rejoiced over Harriet Tubman replacing Andrew Jackson on the $20 bill. But as welcome as the switch is, replacing Jackson, a former slave holding president, with Tubman, a 19th century abolitionist, really…

They say they had fun and great opportunities. Eric McDaniel and Josh Fergel, 2015-16 student body president and VP, leave their office of student government Sunday. Their yearlong term saw a range of success, achievements and some ideas that shifted…

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No Place Like Home

Kayla Rust may have the smallest hometown of any North Dakota State student. Alkabo, N.D., population: 7. The junior in elementary education and human development and family science lived in Alkabo with her parents, siblings and grandparents, seven hours from Fargo….