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Sick of Stress Relief

Why is it that when I hear the words de-stress do I automatically feel annoyed? Maybe it’s because I’ve heard and seen this hyphenated word spoken and written so many times in college that it’s beginning to feel like…

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Bison Turf to Reopen

The Bison Turf, a bar just off University Avenue, is set to reopen Tuesday, May 8. The bar was closed in July 2016 after a fire put the local watering hole out of commission. According to Pete Sabo, the…

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The Northern Plains Ethics Institute held a “fake news” conference at North Dakota State’s Minard Hall Thursday, April 26. The event’s panelists included Jim Shaw, a columnist for the Forum, Robert Mejia, an assistant professor of communications at NDSU,…

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Gov. Doug Burgum’s budget guidelines, released April 18, outline a $50 million cut to state higher education spending. If implemented, this would cut North Dakota University System funding by a third. Burgum pointed to the State Board of Education…

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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…