Saturday — and the first North Dakota State football game of the year — brought with it a lawn party of nearly epic proportions. It had almost everything you would expect a successful outdoor rager to have: music, lots of people…

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The North Dakota State community doesn’t need a front page to discover the drinking culture existing in our fair city. For proof, just mosey over to the NDSU Bookstore and buy an official Bison beverage koozie. Koozies keep your…

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North Dakota State may call itself a dry campus, but new regulations now allow alcohol at certain events on campus. The North Dakota State Board of Higher Education made a policy manual amendment this summer allowing alcohol at SBHE facilities…

In a state known nationally for its heavy drinking, the results of North Dakota State’s 2014 NDCORE Alcohol and Drug Survey aren’t too surprising to university officials reviewing the numbers. The new numbers, though, show some differences. Since 2001,…

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With a few games under the Fargodome’s belt this year, students continue to sneak alcohol into the facility to enhance their experience during a Bison beat down. About 4,ooo students attend North Dakota State football games, and Rob Sobolik, the general…

Beer sales at Bison football games may be happening. Someday. After a month of debating offering alcohol to football fans, a 6-1 vote by the seven-member Fargodome Authority approved alcohol sales at North Dakota State football games on July 29. That…

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Where there is a will there is a way; getting intoxicated for a Bison football game is no different. Only at the present moment, spectators who chose to do so must do so before entering the Fargodome as it does…

Beethoven-themed festivities are brewing in more ways than one in Fargo-Moorhead during the month of February. The first annual WinterArts Festival aims to bring people together through anything and everything Beethoven, from music and theater to a scavenger hunt…