Propaganda posters for a white supremacist group were spotted on North Dakota State’s campus a mere week after celebrating Welcoming Week, a nationwide movement encouraging communities to bring together immigrants, refugees and native-born residents to raise awareness of the…

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State of the University Address

“It is once again my great privilege to bring you the State of the University,” North Dakota State President Dean Bresciani said Friday in the Festival Concert Hall. “NDSU is a very special place, thanks to your hard work…

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Churchill Hall 2.0

Churchill Hall has been completely redone. The long-standing building was rededicated Friday, Sept. 29, in front of a large crowd of North Dakota State students and alumni. The alumni were shocked at how drastic the changes to the residence…

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NDSU Student Killed in ATV Crash

Ellie Helm, a 21-year-old North Dakota State student, was reportedly killed Friday evening. The cause of death was a fatal ATV accident Friday night according to Helm’s sorority Kappa Delta. Friends said she was visiting family in Washburn County,…

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Homecoming Medallion Hunt

The hunt for the mysterious and oh so illusive medallion is on again at North Dakota State, and here is what we know so far: Students get to channel their inner Sherlock Holmes and Bruce Wayne by becoming amateur…

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Quinn Garrick: So, tell us a little about yourself. Thomas Ambrosio: Obviously, my name is Thomas Ambrosio, and I am a professor of political science in the department of criminal justice and political science. I received my Ph.D. from…

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Getting Involved on Campus

North Dakota State has over 300 student organizations with some being career-based, recreational, service-based, spiritual or cultural among others. A majority of the student body is involved with these organizations, as three out of four NDSU students participate in…

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Real Chemistry at NDSU

The North Dakota State department of chemistry is, according to their mission statement, dedicated to education, research, scholarship and creative endeavors. One way the department is dedicated to research is through programs specifically for undergraduates. Many undergraduate researchers have…

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Dr. Lisa Feldner, vice chancellor of the North Dakota University System, was fired after accusations were brought against her by Chancellor Mark Hagerott. The accusations claim Feldner made derogatory comments and speculated termination of staff members. Feldner was brought…

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Feminism vs. the First Amendment

On Tuesday, Sept. 19, Joanna Williams, British author, academic and editor of the online magazine “Spiked,” pitted feminism against free speech with one central question: Can we have both and does limiting hate speech also limit free speech? This…