An open political forum between Republicans, Democrats and Libertarians took place Wednesday, Nov. 29. The moderator was North Dakota State’s Thomas Ambrosio, professor of political science. The forum was set up in the format of a five-minute opening platform…

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Planting Compassion

Fargo Brewing Company (FBC) opened its doors to Plants for Patients on Monday, Nov. 27. FBC typically has non-profit Mondays, and this past Monday Plants for Patients took the spotlight. Plants for Patients was started by Meg Roberts, a…

Midwestern universities have seen a decline in budget and some of their best faculty according to an article published in The Atlantic by Jon Marcus. The article brought up issues like the decline of funding because it’s failing to…

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Recycle Your Plastic Bags

The ‘Day without a Bag’ event aims to lessen the amount of plastic bags that end up in landfills every year. It’s an event in the Fargo-Moorhead area that reminds citizens that they can bring their plastic bags back…

In an open forum held by North Dakota State’s Student Government, Student Body President and Vice President Mason Wenzel and Katie Mastel addressed the progress of their platform with the help of other student government officials. At the forum,…

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What a Terrorist Looks Like

  What makes a terrorist, a terrorist? Out of all the pieces that make up a terrorist, Jeffrey Bumgarner Department head of criminal justice and professor at North Dakota State provided some insight. He stated that there’s no reliable…

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NDSU Gets Title IX Addition

A new Title IX and civil rights investigator joins North Dakota State’s staff. Emily McGann started her position Oct. 2. She is also a deputy Title IX coordinator. She works with Heather Higgins-Dochtermann who is NDSU’s institutional equity investigator….

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Come this fall, online classes will be included in the tuition cap, along with a 4 percent increase in tuition rates per credit. This is said to provide a rate approximately equal to the current rate. The tuition cap…

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North Dakota Spooky University

Anyone who steps into the basement of Ceres Hall will first wonder why the ceilings are so low. As they venture further back, they will begin to hear a banging noise almost as if someone is trapped inside a…

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Horrorscopes

Aries (March 21-April 19) You may feel as if someone is watching you, but every time you turn around nobody is there. You don’t get spooked too easily, but this is an uneasy feeling. Try to convince yourself that…