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North Dakota State Student Senate finished up the month of September and the beginning of the fall semester with key Student Government appointments and important announcements from President Dean Bresciani at its final meeting of the month on Sept….

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Heith Janke, former supervisory special agent and current chief of police for West Fargo, spoke at an event hosted by the North Dakota State department of emergency management Wednesday, Sept. 26. Janke spoke about his role and experiences with the…

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NDSU Enrollment Decline

North Dakota State saw a slight decline in enrollment numbers for the fall 2018 semester. However, this decline was less severe than what was originally forecasted. The university expressed that it expects to see an approximate $5 million loss…

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Underage Vaping Epidemic

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA), declared teen use of electronic cigarettes, or e-cigs, has reached “an epidemic proportion.” The federal agency, among other functions, is tasked with the responsibility for regulating the manufacturing, marketing and distribution of tobacco…

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Animal Death Toll Rises at NDSU

North Dakota State is the subject of another complaint by the watchdog group Stop Animal Exploitation Now! (SAEN), an “Ohio-based national nonprofit that monitors U.S. research facilities for animal abuse and violations of federal law.” The group filed their…

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New Semester, New Provost

North Dakota State President Dean Bresciani has appointed an interim provost following the resignation of Beth Ingram, with the interim to hold the position for the year. After which, NDSU will begin its search for a permanent provost following…

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The Library Kicks Off the End

The North Dakota State Library is gearing up for finals as the end of the semester appears on the horizon. The library will be extending its hours, staying open 24 hours every day. The extended hours began last Sunday…

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Plants Helping People

North Dakota State students in the Introduction to Horticulture Therapy class took part in an opportunity to help local residents at the Touchmark at Harwood Groves retirement community in Fargo. Alan Zuk, associate professor in plant sciences, brought his…

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Pre-4/20 Pot Party Forum

The Students for Sensible Drug Policy (SSDP) hosted community leaders in an open forum, the Pre-4/20 Pot Party Forum, discussing the legalization of recreational marijuana use last Wednesday, April 18. The event was brought about not in an attempt…

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Show Me Your Denim

The North Dakota State Student Social Work Organization is bringing awareness to sexual assault with Show Me Your Denim Day, stemming from Denim Day, which dates its beginnings back to 1999. Denim Day grew out of a 1998 Italian…