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North Dakota Speed Limit Increases

On Dec. 28, Lonnie Laffen, chairman of the Senate transportation committee, proposed a bill that would increase the speed limits for “access-controlled, paved and divided, multi-lane interstate highways” to 80 mph. “The speed limit really works best when it…

Holiday Trivia Answers

Franklin Pierce Goose Feathers 334 Christ’s mass Thanksgiving It’s a Wonderful Life Thomas Edison 3 billion To light the other candles Felix the cat Christmas Crackers, a tube that pops open and produces a crown and a fortune. The…

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Who was the first president to decorate the white house with a Christmas tree? The first artificial Christmas trees were made out of green dyed, what? If you were to receive all of the gifts from “The Twelve Days of Christmas,”…

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SFAB to Convene Next Semester

The student fee advisory board is currently awaiting proposals for upcoming student fee changes. SFAB is responsible for “providing input and oversight for mandatory student fees at North Dakota State University,” as per the group’s bylaws, which were approved…

Recently on the campuses of the tri-college community, there have been multiple claims of student harassment. In a listserv sent by North Dakota State, campus police said, “Suspicious social media interactions have been occurring at area colleges.” David Wahlberg, executive director…

Minnesota State University Moorhead, along with high schools in the Minneapolis area, have experienced adversity toward minority students. MSUM is investigating after a racist phrase was written on the whiteboard outside of an African-American student’s dorm room. Discrete, and not…

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North Dakota State’s president will have his contract voted on Wednesday. President Dean Bresciani is the only North Dakota University System president awaiting renewal on his contract, as the North Dakota State Board of Higher Education declined to renew…

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ROTC Monument Toppled by Vandals

Sunday, Oct. 30 at 8:07 a.m. University Police and Safety Officer Jesse Nichols noticed the Reserve Officers’ Training Corps monument, located outside the Benson Bunker Fieldhouse, on its side. Through an investigation the North Dakota State UPSO was able to find the…

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Alpha Tau Omega hosted one of their main philanthropy events Wednesday night, that raised money and awareness for Nokomis Child Care. Nokomis is a nonprofit agency that help families struggling with low income, single parenthood and teen parenthood afford…

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Bike Share to Hibernate Sunday

As of Tuesday, 245,950 rides have occurred since the Great Rides Bike Share program launched on March 15, 2015. Bike Share is a way students can travel to places around campus, and in certain places around the Fargo-Moorhead area….