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Sex in the Dark

Sex in the Dark, a forum on healthy relationships and sex put on by Healthy Herd Champions, took place last night April 19 in the Century Theater. The event consisted of five panelists, or “sexperts,” who answered both audience…

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Giving a Home to the Powwow

North Dakota State’s own Benston Bunker Fieldhouse laid host to the 29th annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow Saturday, April 14. The Powwow included two grand entrances marked by the Color Guard and dancers from First Nation tribes. Attendees also…

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Sixty-six North Dakota State pharmacy students and over 70 University of North Dakota medical students participated in exercises at the Simulation Center at UND April 9. The event helped fulfill part of the Healthcare Workforce Initiative put forth by…

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NDSU Professor Rocks The Boat

Despite having a growing population and a burgeoning university, Fargo does not have a science museum. Jessie Rock, a geology professor at North Dakota State, is trying to change this by applying for a grant through the Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation…

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Challenged to Innovate

The final presentations for the Innovation Challenge were hosted in the Memorial Union April 5. The event included 20 ideas from North Dakota State students spread over three categories or “tracks”: products, services and social innovations. Members of participating…

Chase Grindberg and Marisa Pacella will be North Dakota State’s new student body president and vice present. The results were announced April 5 outside of the student government office in the Memorial Union. Grindberg attributes his ticket’s success to…

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Exotic Birds Take Over Fargo

  Eight exotic birds were on display at the Fargo Public Library April 2. The Center for Avian Adoption, Rescue, and Education (CAARE) gave the public an up-close look at the birds while Candi Willey, one of the center’s…

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NDSU Says No to Noise

North Dakota State has passed a rule to ban ATVs, dirt bikes and other annoying forms of transport from campus in a preemptive move to bring down noise this summer. The rule change comes at a time when many…

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NDSU Drives Itself Forward

Three North Dakota State professors, Ying Huang, Pan Lu and Raj Bridgelall, recently presented their paper, “Road Sensor Network for Smart City Applications,” at a conference in Denver, Colorado. The paper follows preliminary findings on road sensors and how…

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Robots Help NDSU Student Teachers

Student teachers at North Dakota State are using new technologies to monitor their job performance miles away from campus. The technology is called Swivl, and it remotely captures the student teachers as they give a lesson. The Swivl robot…