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To Vote or Not To Vote

The North Dakota Democratic Party held an early voting party at the Turf Thursday, Nov. 1 for those who have voted already. I sat down and asked members of NDSU College Democrats why they think voting is important, why they…

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From Amity to Ambush

The final U.S. Senate race debate between incumbent Sen. Heidi Heitkamp and challenger Congressman Kevin Cramer took place Friday, Oct. 26 at North Dakota State. The debate addressed civility, solutions and sanctions to Saudi Arabia. The two also discussed immigration policies, the Affordable Care…

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Suicide Prevention Awarness

North Dakota State Campus Awareness, Referral and Education program for Suicide Prevention (CARES) held a session in the Meadow Room of the Memorial Union on Thursday, Oct. 25. Marlys Borkhuis, the assistant director of the NDSU Counseling Center and the…

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Caravan to Nowhere

When talking about immigration, Colby Warzecha, vice president of College Democrats at North Dakota State, said Americans have turned on what used to be a celebrated heritage of immigrants looking for a better life. Warzecha cited the coming of…

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Horror-scopes

You’re the real horror story. Aries (March 21-April 19) You’ve always been ambitious, Aries, and it has served you well (mostly). You know that person in horror movies who always thinks they’ll solve the problem if everyone splits up?…

Ghost Walk of Halloween Past

North Dakota State is an old institution, so the buildings on campus have some stories to tells. Not just snooze-inducing study abroad stories, but ghost stories, the kind that have haunted the night staff at NDSU for years. Candy…

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Lets Talk About Demons

Dr. Richard Gallagher, Ivy League trained professor of psychiatry at Columbia University and former scientific adviser to exorcists, gave a presentation on demonic possessions and exorcists by rare possessions of evil spirits in the Great Plains Ballroom Wednesday, Oct….

In a memo obtained by the New York Times, the Trump administration is considering changing the definition of gender and sex to center on a person’s biological sex at birth under Title IX, the federal civil rights law that…

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One Step Testing

Essentia Health is decreasing the amount of time it takes in the lab to determine whether patients have strep throat or the influenza virus. Currently, there is a one to two day wait on results. The new technology will allow…

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North Dakota State pharmacy professor Amber Slevin received a $98,000 grant from the North Dakota Department of Health. The grant covers a three-year span and will assist in patient care. The grant will focus on Hepatitis C treatment. The grant will…