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Indranil SenGupta, assistant professor in the department of mathematics, explained the concepts of game theory, the prisoner’s dilemma and the Nash equilibrium to a crowd of about 20 Tuesday in Stoker’s Basement as part of the monthly Science Café…

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When a new product is made, or a new part is added to an existing system, it is necessary to understand how reliable this new part will be and what its estimated lifetime is. E.A. Elsayed, distinguished professor of…

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St. Paul, Minnesota has elected its first African-American mayor, Melvin Carter. “I’m thrilled. I’m elated. I’m humbled,” Carter said, as he was greeted by about 200 jubilant supporters at his post-election party at the Union Depot in St. Paul’s…

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Studs to Rugs, Now a Dud

Studs to Rugs, a local contracting business, unexpectedly closed its doors Monday, Oct. 23, leaving consumers with empty pockets, unfinished projects and anxiety. One of these consumers was Kjersten Nelson, an associate professor at North Dakota State in the…

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates 48 million people get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 die from foodborne illness and disease each year in the United States alone. North Dakota State’s department of microbiological sciences…

North Dakota State launched a new site, MyNDSU, to help connect students with the community and track their campus involvement. “It is similar to Blackboard, as it is a way to organize organization information,” executive commissioner of the Congress…

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Murder, Mayhem and Mystery

Rain pitter-pattered on windowpanes, and the group’s short breaths rose into the night sky as they stepped out of the atrium and into the cold dark night, embarking on Bonanzaville’s ghost tour. It was not immediately apparent if they…

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Deputy Mayor and City Commissioner Dave Piepkorn had some choice words for the rest of the Fargo City Commission as they debated city election reforms suggested by a special task force Monday, Oct. 23. “We’ve got a lot of…