Medical Monday: Diet

As college students, sometimes dieting takes a backseat. Moriah Anderson, a dietician at North Dakota State’s Student Health Services, has some ways to keep students in top shape, with the best diet. Anderson recommended that at meals students try…

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North Dakota State Student Senate finished up the month of September and the beginning of the fall semester with key Student Government appointments and important announcements from President Dean Bresciani at its final meeting of the month on Sept….

Many might know Rick Steves from his popular travel show on public television, but on Friday, Oct. 5 Steves will be in Fargo for a different reason: to talk about the legalization of marijuana. Steves will be at North Dakota…

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Scanning the Library

North Dakota State Libraries and the NDSU Graduate School have partnered to digitize graduate students’ theses and dissertations and make them free and open to the public. The theses and dissertations of NDSU graduate students were previously available through…

Fans at this Saturday’s tailgating might have seen more than green and yellow flags above the Fargodome parking lot. The North Dakota Department of Transportation (NDDOT) flew unmanned aircraft systems (UAS), as commonly known as drones, over the fans…

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Go Bananas

In the spring, summer and fall months, students on the North Dakota State campus can study in the shade of pine trees and walk by planters blossoming with petunias. But while most of the foliage on campus blends in…

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Heith Janke, former supervisory special agent and current chief of police for West Fargo, spoke at an event hosted by the North Dakota State department of emergency management Wednesday, Sept. 26. Janke spoke about his role and experiences with the…

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NDSU Enrollment Decline

North Dakota State saw a slight decline in enrollment numbers for the fall 2018 semester. However, this decline was less severe than what was originally forecasted. The university expressed that it expects to see an approximate $5 million loss…

Members of the North Dakota State engineering staff attended an annual conference put on by the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT) and the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA) in Baltimore, Maryland. One of the projects presented…

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Your Homecoming Royalty

Alexa Braaten and Preston Andersen are North Dakota State’s new Homecoming king and queen. The coronation took place Thursday, Sept. 20. during the annual Homecoming Show, an event put on by the Blue Key Honor Society. Leading up to…