Cuffing season is now upon us. It’s windy, cold and all around awful outside, so having someone to warm up by the fire is important. The weather is not the only thing bringing people together; stress might also be…

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NDSU to Showcase Writing Chops

More than 600 students will show off their writing skills at the fourth annual Showcase of Student Writing from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Monday, Dec. 3. Graphic narratives, story slams and grant proposals are just a few of…

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A team of North Dakota State students received four top-10 finishes during the National Cyber League’s Fall 2018 competition. According to Jeremy Straub, an assistant professor of computer science and associate director of the NDSU Institute for Cybersecurity Education and…

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Student Gov-date

The North Dakota State Student Government’s semester is slowing down and coming to a close, but they continue to work hard. Student Government is currently working on four different agenda items and has a newly elected Student Media Board…

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Is Religion Over?

Clay Routledge, professor of psychology at North Dakota State, gave a lecture on the topic of American religiosity, or rather, the decline of it. The lecture took place Tuesday, Nov. 27 in the Memorial Union Plains room. Within the…

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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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Boosting Brain Performance

Giancarlo Lopez-Martinez, a North Dakota State research assistant professor of biological science, presented his research on hormesis and its potential benefits for Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s patients at NDSU Friday, Nov. 16. Lopez-Martinez, who studies the effects of environmental stress on animals,…

The Northern Plains Ethics Institute at North Dakota State hosted the second terrorism panel for the year on Nov. 14 with two expert speakers at the forefront of the conversation. Kara Careaga, a U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE)…

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Which Niskanen?

Anyone who has ventured into the maze of university-owned residence halls and apartments across from the Fargodome knows there are more buildings bearing the name “Niskanen” than they can count on one hand. The six Niskanen buildings include three…