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When toys are marketed to kids and babies, people will typically think cars and trucks are for boys and dolls are for girls. Josh Boe, graduate student, and Rebecca Woods, associate professor, both of North Dakota State, wanted to…

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Energy Efficient Design

Two North Dakota State students are taking a new approach to energy efficient design. Noor Abdelhamid and Benjamin Dalton are working on a protocol that uses architectural designs and geometries of a building to help identify its energy efficiency…

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The anonymous senior student interviewed attends North Dakota State and has done several drugs, both as prescribed to the student and for the purposes of having a good time, including marijuana, ecstasy, amphetamines (Adderall, Vyvanse), psychedelic mushrooms, LSA (not as…

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Transgender Talk in FM Area

Tristate Transgender put on a Transgender Support Gala Feb. 9. The Gala was put on in an effort to not only provide a safe space for members of the transgender and non-binary community, but to also have a great…

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Darwin Day Approaches

“Evolution should not be disputed,” Rahul Singh, a graduate student in the biological sciences department, said. Darwin Day is an event in February here at North Dakota State that strives for two things — to celebrate Charles Darwin’s birthday…

Higher education day began with Mason Wenzel, student body president, and Katie Mastel, student body vice president, addressing some updates about North Dakota State. One of student government initiatives made known were the integration of online courses into tuition,…

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Wenzel Uses His Veto Power

Mason Wenzel, student body president, vetoed a bill that would allow another committee to exist during election season. The Senate bill was vetoed immediately after the Student Government meeting that took place Sunday, Jan. 28. Wenzel vetoed the motion…

The issue of net neutrality came up once again, only this time the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) reversed the previous rule. Sen. Heitkamp expressed that she thought this issue was resolved and that now she and other senators are working…

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The 2018 North Dakota State Innovation Challenge is ready to get started, with pitch night having already come and gone and the boot camp on it’s way out the door. For those who don’t know, the Innovation Challenge is…

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Umergency on Campus

One in four college students will end up in the emergency room during their college career, and their parents worry. Umergency was partially founded by Gail Schenbaum, who created the app as a quick way for parents and their…