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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…

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Police Respond to Suicidal Man

Fargo police shut down Center Street from Pinewood Boulevard to Seventh Avenue Northeast after responding to a possibly armed suicidal man in his home, Saturday March 3. The Fargo Police Department, F-M Ambulance, Cass County sheriffs and state patrol all…

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Tea Around the World

The International Student and Study Abroad Services hosted their annual “Diverse-Tea,” an event to showcase teas from around the world. The event took place Thursday, March 1, and gave anyone who stopped by the Mandan Room in the Memorial…

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North Dakota Takes on Marijuana

Marijuana-related arrests have risen from 1,533 in 2009 to 3,362 in 2016, according to a report by the North Dakota Attorney General’s office. The Attorney General’s office also released statistics showing marijuana makes up more than half of the…

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions was directed by President Donald Trump to take aim at banning bump stocks, a rifle accessory which increases the rate of fire for rifles. President Trump sent a memo to Sessions directing him and the…

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The Spirit Lake Nation announced they will use a $1.2 million grant to turn their Recovery and Wellness Center into a drug treatment center. According to leaders from United Health Foundation and the Cankdeska Cikana Community College, the two…

 The Memorial Union Gallery is hosting the “State of the Union” exhibit through March 1. The Gallery is open from 9 a.m to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday for the public and showcases works from across the nation. Kelly…

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North Dakota State will host the 29th annual Woodlands and High Plains Powwow in the Bentson-Bunker Fieldhouse. The powwow will be from noon to 10 p.m. Saturday, April 12, and includes a meal at 5 p.m. Two grand entrances will…

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Battle of the Cents-es

The College of Engineering will face off with the College of Health Professions to see who can raise the most amount of coins for this year’s Battle of the Cents-es. The two colleges will be raising money from Feb….

The children’s religious education classes at St. Joseph’s church collected 700 pairs of socks for the homeless this last weekend. The sock drive took place before and after mass on Saturday and Sunday. They also invited people to donate…