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Syrian Air Strikes

The coordination of American, British and French forces used air strikes to diminish chemical weapons in Syria after their president allegedly gassed his own people. The targets of the airstrike were a research center in Damascus, a chemical weapons storage…

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Sixty-six North Dakota State pharmacy students and over 70 University of North Dakota medical students participated in exercises at the Simulation Center at UND April 9. The event helped fulfill part of the Healthcare Workforce Initiative put forth by…

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Alba Bales House Honored

The Alba Bales House became the centerpiece for the North Dakota exhibit, “Appetite for Education: The Alba Bales House,” from noon to 1 p.m. April 12. The event honored the university’s nearly 100-year-old building and the school’s home economics…

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Research Your Research

Starting Monday, April 16 and running through Friday, April 20, Undergraduate Research Week will show off the work done by NDSU students as well as provide resources about research and applying to graduate school. There are weeklong activities, such…

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Year in Review

As the year draws to a close, our current student body President Mason Wenzel and our student body Vice President Katie Mastel highlight their top five accomplishments and a couple of things they wish they had done better. Their…

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Finance Hands-On Learning

  Students in North Dakota State’s College of Business participated in the CFA (Charters Financial Analyst) Institute Research Challenge to gain skills in finance, teamwork and competition. According to the CFA Institute website, there are 5,000 students from over…

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NDSU Professor Rocks The Boat

Despite having a growing population and a burgeoning university, Fargo does not have a science museum. Jessie Rock, a geology professor at North Dakota State, is trying to change this by applying for a grant through the Fargo-Moorhead Area Foundation…

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NDSU Department Receives Award

  North Dakota State’s department of agribusiness and applied economics received the 2017 Service to Exporters award for their “support and commitment to the next generation of North Dakota agribusiness professionals and exporters.” Brandt Holdings, a Fargo-based agricultural and…

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In Memory Of

On April 6 at 4 p.m., a memorial service was held to remember the students of North Dakota State that passed away this year. Ellie Helm, an undergraduate student in psychology from Egg Harbor, Wisconsin, Noah Rockenback, an undergraduate…

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Challenged to Innovate

The final presentations for the Innovation Challenge were hosted in the Memorial Union April 5. The event included 20 ideas from North Dakota State students spread over three categories or “tracks”: products, services and social innovations. Members of participating…