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For the last four years, the Residence Hall Association (RHA) and NDSU Dining have put on a program twice a semester called Waste Busters. The program takes place in the Residence Dining Center and tracks food waste. The first…

In an open forum held by North Dakota State’s Student Government, Student Body President and Vice President Mason Wenzel and Katie Mastel addressed the progress of their platform with the help of other student government officials. At the forum,…

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The Fargo Public Library hosted the first Native American Festival and Education series with the partnership of the Native American Commission, Cultural Diversity Resources and the Plains Arts Museum along with many other volunteers and sponsors from Saturday, Nov….

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Studs to Rugs, Now a Dud

Studs to Rugs, a local contracting business, unexpectedly closed its doors Monday, Oct. 23, leaving consumers with empty pockets, unfinished projects and anxiety. One of these consumers was Kjersten Nelson, an associate professor at North Dakota State in the…

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How To Kill A Bat

  On October 31, an animal rights watchdog group filed a federal complaint against North Dakota State for the deaths of an entire bat colony — all 22 of them. The animal rights group, Stop Animal Exploitation Now  cited…

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) estimates 48 million people get sick, 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 die from foodborne illness and disease each year in the United States alone. North Dakota State’s department of microbiological sciences…

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NDSU Gets Title IX Addition

A new Title IX and civil rights investigator joins North Dakota State’s staff. Emily McGann started her position Oct. 2. She is also a deputy Title IX coordinator. She works with Heather Higgins-Dochtermann who is NDSU’s institutional equity investigator….

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Taking to the Skies

Flying an unmanned aircraft is not something you would typically think of doing in a photography class. However, that is just what is happening in the newest photography class offered here at North Dakota State. The class was offered…

North Dakota State computer science students recently have been winning and taking home top awards from competitions and events. The five regional and national events include Mech Mania, Digi-Key, the International Collegiate Programming Contest, the International Aerial Robotics Competition…

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Lung cancer causes more deaths in men and women than any other cancer. In 2015 alone, 291 lives were taken in North Dakota due to lung cancer. November is Lung Cancer Awareness Month, and the American Lung Association reports…