Like most college students, the semester is crawling on and energy levels are starting to drop. Of the many ways that students try to stay alert, caffeine is usually high up on the list. For the students that either…

Miss NDSU Pays It Forward

On Oct. 4, Alpha Tau Omega had their annual Miss NDSU event. All proceeds from the event went to the Anne Carlsen Center, a nonprofit that provides services for the disabled. Alpha Tau Omega raised around $8,000, doubling last…

After working hard for 21 years at North Dakota State, Mark Meister, professor and former chair of the department of communication, received the Outstanding Educator award for the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences (AHSS). When receiving the…

For fashion student Mariah Billadeau, her dreams aren’t about fashion shows, designer shoes, having the trendiest clothing or being all glitz and glam. For Billadeau, her dream is to travel, learn about other cultures and bring more sustainability to…

Last spring semester, two North Dakota State students started a new organization, Women in Business, to empower women to overcome being outnumbered in some areas of the workplace. Hannah Lange, a junior majoring in finance and economics, and Samantha…

Gov. Doug Burgum acknowledged the actions of two North Dakota State faculty members, Ann Clapper and Thomas Hall, by awarding them an Excellence in Public Service, more specifically, the Sodbuster Award for Excellence in Growth Mindset. After 11 years…

Over 40 years later, “Take Back the Night” is still making an impact on rape and abuse survivors around campus. Students and supporters held signs to end violence and the stigma around discussing the difficult topics. The annual event…