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NDSU Bookstore Turns a New Page

The North Dakota State University Bookstore has made some big changes with the start of the new semester, changes they hope will reduce costs and increase ease for students. Most notable of the store’s efforts have been to rearrange…

Graduate and undergraduate students at North Dakota State have been creating and designing an exhibit to be displayed at Bonanzaville. The exhibit, titled “Uncovering Vice in Fargo-Moorhead, 1871-1920,” will explore in detail life in late 19th century Fargo-Moorhead and…

With finals week rapidly approaching, North Dakota State students may experience an onset of test anxiety. Those who know they need a specific grade in a class may spend dead week and finals week stressed to cram material and complete…

Thirteen North Dakota State students presented papers at a prestigious professional conference, the Society of Photographic Instrumentation Engineers’ Defense and Commercial Sensing Conference, over the last week. The presenters from NDSU consisted of 10 undergraduates and three graduate students,…

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North Dakota has a reputation as a safe state, with low crime rates throughout its cities. But there are a few whose level of safety exceeds others. The National Council for Home Safety and Security announced its annual ranking…

The Newman Centers of North Dakota State and the University of North Dakota are set to host their annual Bike, Race, & Ride on April 27 through April 29. The race will pit contestants representing the NDSU St. Paul’s Newman…

North Dakota State’s annual celebration of its roots as an agricultural college is occurring next week. The celebration, also known as Ag Week 2017, aims to bridge gaps in public knowledge of agriculture and will be held April 3 through…