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Drive, Ladies, Drive

The women of Saudi Arabia can now drive, a right they’ve been working toward for decades. Up until now, women have been prohibited from driving a car themselves in public. If they did, it was a punishable offense resulting…

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…And I Feel Fine

  The end of the world has been set for Sept. 23 by David Meade, a research scientist. Meade has even taken this claim so far as to write a book about it titled “Planet X” and has promoted…

Democrats have been yelling about Russian interference since President Trump was elected. This time, they might be right. Facebook admitted to selling advertisements to Russian companies approaching the 2016 presidential election. Why did these companies want these ads? Maybe…

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Activists gathered in the Fargo-Moorhead area, along with other areas of the country including St. Paul, Minnesota and Washington D.C. to call on politicians and policy makers to enact policies based upon scientific truth and knowledge, rather than ignoring…

Pornhub, the pornographic website, has begun funding an online sexual health program. No there is no typo there, pornhub.com, the same website people to go to watch other people get freaky, has launched an online component focusing on sexual…

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Newell Wright was there when two bombs exploded in the Brussels Airport on Tuesday morning. “Several people had called it the Belgian 9/11,” said Wright, director of the North Dakota State Center for Global Initiatives and professor of marketing. The…

North Dakota Lt. Gov. Drew Wrigley visited North Dakota State on Tuesday to learn about unmanned aerial system research being done through NDSU. Wrigley’s visit included a speech in the Research 1 building about North Dakota’s use for UAS…

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Leap Day Delight

Diego Gondim, a senior in architecture, is turning six on Monday. No, he isn’t a child; Gondim was born on Leap Day, the date occurring every four years to balance the calendar with Earth’s orbit around the Sun. Leap years have…

North Dakota State’s unmanned aerial vehicle program has been and continues to do ground-breaking research since it began in 2014. The program, led through the NDSU extension service of the Agricultural and Biosystems Engineering department, has conducted research at the…