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…

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North Dakota State’s Center for Heritage Renewal is trying something new this fall while teaching campus about different cultures. The organization is studying traditional fall suppers around the Red River Valley. Seasonal meals are very popular and bring people together to…

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Russian aggression has killed upwards of 5,000 people since the beginning of the conflict in Ukraine. U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry is in Ukraine this week, hoping to push a peace deal to regain stability in the region. Talks…

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A Jordanian pilot was burned alive, an Islamic State video released Tuesday shows. Jordan confirmed the death. The pilot, Moaz al-Kasasbeh, was captured Dec. 24 by militants after his plane crashed during a mission against the IS. A man…

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New statistics released indicate Tokyo is the safest city to live in. The metropolis received top marks in digital security, health security, personal safety and infrastructure. With 38 million citizens calling Tokyo home, the United Nations also credits Tokyo with…