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Medical Monday: Homecoming

Homecoming week brings with it busy schedules, especially for those involved in marching band and football. Emily Hegg, assistant director of Health Promotion and Kim Heazlett, Health Promotion coordinator, both from Student Health Services at North Dakota State, issued some helpful reminders…

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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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Professors, Ph.D. graduates and some undergraduate students from across the country traveled to the Holiday Inn in Fargo, North Dakota early this week to attend the 50th annual North American Power Symposium (NAPS). “We won the bid to host the…

NDSU’s fight North Dakota State is doing its part in the fight against suicide. On Tuesday, Sept. 11, NDSU Libraries hosted an event to take part in National Suicide Prevention Week. Joining the NDSU Libraries was Prairie St. John’s…

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Medical Monday: Marijuana

As the discussion on the legalization of medical and recreational use continues across the state and the nation, marijuana is getting a reputation as a miracle drug, in both contexts, medical and otherwise. The data, however, is sparse, and…

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Recovery Reinvented

North Dakota first lady Kathryn Helgaas Burgum will host Fargo’s second “Recovery Reinvented” at the Fargo Civic Center. The event is set to be “a day focused on advocacy, building recovery support in communities, the brain science of the…

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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…

Three weeks into the school year and the North Dakota State Student Government has hit the ground running. They got started with three of their platform points in the summer months prior to school and are currently working on…

A conversation that is spiking curiosity and actions from universities across the nation is how to be inclusive to students who identify as transgender, so what is North Dakota State doing about it? For Genesis Knoblach, an NDSU student…

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Animal Death Toll Rises at NDSU

North Dakota State is the subject of another complaint by the watchdog group Stop Animal Exploitation Now! (SAEN), an “Ohio-based national nonprofit that monitors U.S. research facilities for animal abuse and violations of federal law.” The group filed their…