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Death on Campus

Sunday afternoon a report of the death of a 17-year-old male at North Dakota State’s Sevrinson Hall was sent by Mike Borr, director of University Police at NDSU. Authorities were notified of an unresponsive person shortly after noon on…

Construction for Catherine Cater Hall will soon begin after the groundbreaking ceremony Sept. 12, 2017. Ryan Nostrum, director of Residence Life, was the host for the event and highlighted some characteristics about the new residence hall. The space is…

Democrats have been yelling about Russian interference since President Trump was elected. This time, they might be right. Facebook admitted to selling advertisements to Russian companies approaching the 2016 presidential election. Why did these companies want these ads? Maybe…

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Jessica Jensen, associate professor and department head of emergency management, spoke on the response and recovery efforts to Hurricane Harvey. In the world of emergency management, response is the first few days where immediate actions are taken to save…

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The Turf is Back

The Bison Turf plans to open its doors to North Dakota State football fanatics just in time for the Homecoming game. After waiting months for a building permit, the Turf is being built back up to the best version…

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Violence against nurses by patients and family members has always existed, but lately it’s been on the rise. Roberta Young, Vice President of Nursing and Clinical Services at Sanford Fargo, and Tim Vangerud, Safety and Security Director at Sanford Fargo…

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PrEP for Entry

Jon Bell-Clement, double majoring in zoology and art, is a North Dakota State student with a passion for voice acting and having a job. His first voiceover job is a commercial advertising PrEP, a drug that is taken as…

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Hard and Harder

One of North Dakota State’s most grueling programs is architecture. Students are put through a rigorous first year to see if they have what it takes. Five students who recently entered the program answered questions, hoping to give prospective…

President Dean Bresciani welcomed the incoming freshman class to their academic stay at North Dakota State University. The Bison Star Singers performed a series on upbeat songs to energize the freshmen, while the Gold Star marching band performed for…

“They’re maybe not saved, yet,” says Professor Jill Hamilton, speaking about the endangered Torrey Pine trees found in only two locations globally. The genetic conservation project works towards preserving these trees through preserving genetic information found in both species…