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Help for the Missing

In 1979, Mona Lisa Two Eagle, a member of the Rosebud Sioux Tribe of South Dakota, was found dead and badly beaten in the middle of a field. In 1993, Monica Wickre, who was raised on the Turtle Mountain…

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NBA Legend Visits the SHAC

Shaquille O’Neal inspired and awed as he gave advice about how to excel in business and in life and spoke about his involvement in the community Wednesday. He spoke in front of about 1,400 people at the Sanford Health…

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North Dakota State will soon be receiving a new Historically Black addition. Jered Pigeon, the program coordinator for multicultural programs at NDSU, is in charge of the project and anticipates that the Historically Black Fraternity (HBF), Omega Psi Phi,…

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North Dakota Gov. Doug Burgum and Minnesota Gov. Mark Dayton agreed to form and co-chair a 16-member task force to correlate the two states different approaches to the flood control in order to protect the Fargo-Moorhead area Wednesday, Oct….

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Congress Considers Gun Laws

Following the Sunday massacre in Las Vegas, public support for stricter gun regulations has risen while the Republican controlled Congress seeks to loosen gun laws. The pattern following mass shootings in the U.S. typically shows a spike in support…

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Puerto Rico Post-Hurricane

It has been two weeks since Hurricane Maria made landfall in Puerto Rico, leaving the U.S. commonwealth on the brink of a humanitarian crisis. The storm destroyed much of the island and left 60 percent without water and almost…

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The emergency management program at North Dakota State has been around since 2003 and provides opportunity for students to apply what they learn in and out of the classroom. “Emergency management is the scientific study of hazards that exist…

The “Tailgate Master” ranked North Dakota State No. 4 in his list of 50 best collegiate tailgates in an article written for Insider Magazine. “This might be a small school, but the strength of the bison is the herd….

Could the cure to cancer be in manufactured bone? Kalpana Katti, a distinguished professor in civil and environmental engineering at North Dakota State, has been working with a group of other professionals in different areas to make her research…

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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…