North Dakota State student Quinn Garrick was nominated as well as endorsed for the District 27 Senate seat as a Democratic candidate on Feb. 3. A conversation that started as a joke about running for office turned into a…

Sex is hidden, but it happens: it is something people do not discuss openly, therefore birth control is hidden, which causes many confusions and unknown forms. People do not think about the advantages of birth control other than preventing…

  The North Dakota State organization, Violence Prevention Educators (VPE), is hosting the national play, “The Vagina Monologues.” Written by Eve Ensler, “The Vagina Monolgues” help bring awareness to relationships, sex, rape and life with a vagina. The play…

When a woman first has her period, it is very rare that they are told about every product that is available to help them carry on life during the week-long menstrual pain and blood. It appears it is the…

As a continuation of an undergraduate thesis project, Emma Novak presented “The Life and Times of Harriet Tubman” at the Comstock House on February 1. Emma Novak is a graduate student at NDSU majoring in history, specifically the 19th century….

  From Jan. 25 to 28, the Eighth Annual ION Autonomous Snowplow Competition took place in St. Paul, Minnesota. Four NDSU students a part of Bison Robotics entered together as Team Thundar 2.0 and placed third out of eight…

Food trucks are trending, causing many newcomers to try and entrepreneur their way into the field. This can be more difficult than people think. Because of this, Jay Halvorson and Travis Rosenbluth are starting the first Red River Valley…

Carol Archbold | Photo Courtesy A criminal justice professor at NDSU, Carol Archbold, received the 2018 Outstanding Mentor Award. The award was presented by the Academy of Criminal Justice Sciences and nominated by graduate students that Archbold has worked…