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Two North Dakota State graduate students recently developed a product that could cut the time it takes to study cells. Hanaa Mansour and Matthew Crouse, both studying animal science, have made a product for studying cells that will help…

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Keeping It Highly Ethical

Public officials and advocating citizens from across North Dakota met at North Dakota State for a public forum on North Dakota Measures 1 and 3 on Thursday, Oct. 11. The forum was hosted by NDSU Young Americans for Liberty, College…

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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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USDA Relocating Office

Some North Dakotans are looking to invite the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to relocate their research offices to Fargo. This would bring about hundreds of jobs for the state. The USDA said they would like to have…

With the trials in the Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind case, missing and murdered women and children in the indigenous community have come to the forefront in Fargo. On Thursday, Oct. 11, people from the Native community marched in protest. The march…

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Heidi Heitkamp Visits NDSU

Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and other candidates spoke with students at a Q&A social event hosted by the North Dakota State College Democrats and Black Student Association on Thursday, Oct. 11. Students and community members filled A. Glenn Hill Center…

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Rick Steves and Marijuana

Rick Steves, a prominent PBS travel host and a board member for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws, spoke to the North Dakota State community on Friday, Oct. 5. Steves, who has spent 20 years in Europe…

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The fight over Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation is over, and he will be the next Supreme Court Justice on the bench. The process has been closely watched and hotly contested due to Christine Blasey Ford’s allegations of sexual assault dating…

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Cyber-secure and hyper-aware

North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum’s recent declaration of October as Cybersecurity Awareness Month elevated an issue that students and faculty are already calling attention to on campus. In a release, Burgum explained the motivation behind the declaration: “The global…

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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….