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A landmark birthday will be held on campus next week. “The Little International Livestock Show is the largest student-run event on the NDSU campus, involving over 300 students,” says Saddle & Sirloin secretary Elli Lemm. The event, known as Little “I,”…

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With all of clubs, organizations and resources North Dakota State offers, it’s hard to keep them all straight. In fact, it’s near impossible to be able to list them all. One of the most encompassing and welcoming are the…

matt and cathryn

These months after the holiday season and before spring tend to get me down. The buzz of winter break and the new semester are over, and the blues start to set in. Searching for ways to keep me busy…

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Top 5 Locally Owned Restaurants

Though I love Olive Garden and Panda Express, sometimes I want something a little more local and original. Chain restaurants are nice when you’re in a new city and are scared of trying something new, but after being here…

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Empowering Girls Worldwide

Molly Secor-Turner has spent the majority of her life serving others. The North Dakota State associate professor started service as a teenage girl, looking to make a difference. Her mother introduced her to mission work in hospitals and schools in…

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El Niño Awakens, Strikes

North Dakota is an odd, varying state, to say the least. We have a record low temperature of -60 degrees Fahrenheit and record high of 121. This may sound like a meteorology lecture to you, but I swear it…

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New Year, Same Me

New Year’s Day rings in a fresh calendar, hellish hangovers and often unattainable resolutions. While the calendar and hangovers still exist, I’ve found the number of this year’s resolutions dwindles. Is the New Year’s resolution a dying futile tradition?   “People…

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Tips for Surviving the Holidays

The holidays can be a stressful time of year. While often filled with presents and joy, you might stumble across a family gathering’s arguments. The heated debates in my family stem from the clashing political views and outspoken personalities. With 19…

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American’s Views on Muslims

Is it true that religion is the root of most wars? This question is debated among historians, religious leaders and reporters alike. Going back to biblical times, religion has been a driving force to power that is still relevant today….

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Paris is Alive

“She is tossed by the waves but does not sink.” This is Paris’s motto translated from the Latin verse found on its coat of arms. After Nov. 13th’s attacks, the historic verse is now more relatable than ever. Paris has been…