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Elections Inject Diversity

The 2018 midterm elections brought many firsts. It brought a series of history-making votes that marked a major accomplishment for women, the LGBT+ community and other minority candidates. The midterm election results brought two Native American women to Congress,…

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Polling on Public Opinion

The League of Women Voters of the Red River Valley hosted an event called “Public Opinion Polling” Friday, Nov. 2, 2018 at the Kringen Lodge 25 Sons of Norway. The event was free and open to the public. The…

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Suicide Prevention Awarness

North Dakota State Campus Awareness, Referral and Education program for Suicide Prevention (CARES) held a session in the Meadow Room of the Memorial Union on Thursday, Oct. 25. Marlys Borkhuis, the assistant director of the NDSU Counseling Center and the…

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North Dakota State pharmacy professor Amber Slevin received a $98,000 grant from the North Dakota Department of Health. The grant covers a three-year span and will assist in patient care. The grant will focus on Hepatitis C treatment. The grant will…

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Terrorism Panel at NDSU

The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at North Dakota State hosted a panel discussion on terrorism Wednesday, Oct. 10. The panel focused on the discussion of what terrorism is, why it exists, its nature and how it functions the way…

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Living Poor

North Dakota State hosted a poverty simulation Tuesday, Oct. 2 in the Great Plains Ballroom. The students and faculty were able to get a glimpse of how a family living in poverty is able to navigate their economic issues….

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Serving with the Herd

North Dakota State gave back to the community through “Serve with the Herd: Community Service Project Day” on Tuesday, Sept. 18. The goals for the volunteer event were to celebrate Homecoming, give back to the community and spread Bison…

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The North Dakota State Environmental Sustainability Committee (ESC) held the first panel of their three-panel series. Recyclable items was the discussion for the first meeting, which took place Wednesday, Sept. 5. Panelists talked about ways in which we as…

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Telomeres and Longevity

The North Dakota State department of biological sciences hosted a seminar with Britt Heidinger, an assistant professor in the department. Heidinger talked about the connection that telomeres may have between longevity, life-history trade-offs and life-experience. Another way of saying…