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Recovery Reinvented

North Dakota first lady Kathryn Helgaas Burgum will host Fargo’s second “Recovery Reinvented” at the Fargo Civic Center. The event is set to be “a day focused on advocacy, building recovery support in communities, the brain science of the…

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Ballot Measures: A Study Guide

Marijuana Marijuana is on the ballot this election cycle, and North Dakotans will get the chance to legalize the drug with just the check of a box. The ballot measure legalizes the consumption and sale of marijuana while also…

As the opioid crisis remains in the minds of the public and the presence of the media, North Dakota State pharmacy professors work through a statewide program in an attempt to curb opioid deaths and advocate for responsible use…

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Summer Round Up

Trump comes to town On June 27, President Donald Trump held a campaign rally at Scheels Arena in Fargo to support Senate candidate Kevin Cramer. The event was packed to the brim with supporters, and reports said thousands were…

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Bison Turf to Reopen

The Bison Turf, a bar just off University Avenue, is set to reopen Tuesday, May 8. The bar was closed in July 2016 after a fire put the local watering hole out of commission. According to Pete Sabo, the…

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Helping Animals, Helping Yourself

As the year draws to a close and finals become not only the problem but the solution to passing classes, some students just can’t handle the stress. Luckily, the solution is out there. In the event that everyone makes…

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Plants Helping People

North Dakota State students in the Introduction to Horticulture Therapy class took part in an opportunity to help local residents at the Touchmark at Harwood Groves retirement community in Fargo. Alan Zuk, associate professor in plant sciences, brought his…

Michael Matheson Miller gave a lecture titled “Inclusion for the Poor: Poverty, Charity and Justice” in his lectureship series, “Capitalism and Society” Thursday, April 26. Miller, who is also the producer and director of the documentary “Poverty Inc.,” also…

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The Northern Plains Ethics Institute held a “fake news” conference at North Dakota State’s Minard Hall Thursday, April 26. The event’s panelists included Jim Shaw, a columnist for the Forum, Robert Mejia, an assistant professor of communications at NDSU,…

Several small business owners in the Fargo area came together to combat the Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) stance on net neutrality April 23. The owners included Nick Horob, founder of Harvest Profit, a farm management software company, Clint Howitz,…