Three weeks into the school year and the North Dakota State Student Government has hit the ground running. They got started with three of their platform points in the summer months prior to school and are currently working on…

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Gov. Doug Burgum’s budget guidelines, released April 18, outline a $50 million cut to state higher education spending. If implemented, this would cut North Dakota University System funding by a third. Burgum pointed to the State Board of Education…

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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…

Chase Grindberg and Marisa Pacella will be North Dakota State’s new student body president and vice present. The results were announced April 5 outside of the student government office in the Memorial Union. Grindberg attributes his ticket’s success to…

All students interested in joining Student Government are invited to submit applications for Senate by Sunday, January 28th, at 11:59pm. Students chosen to serve on Senate will be sworn in February 11th, and commit to serving through April. The application…

North Dakota State’s Student Government supports cancelling classes the day prior to Thanksgiving. The move passed unanimously in a resolution at the student senate meeting Sunday. The resolution cites it is dangerous for students to be traveling after classes…

Student government met at its weekly Sunday meeting, providing student senators an update of what is happening on campus. Nick Reitan, student government executive commissioner of public relations, said, “Student voting is something that we are really trying to…