License plates from across campus have gone separate ways from their vehicles. “They’ve been targeting license plates,” University Police Chief William Vandal said. Stolen plates have been recorded in the R parking lot, T3 parking lot, Dakotah Field, SF parking…

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Problems With Student Parking

I had seven minutes to get from my apartment in University Village to the Memorial Union. One would think that would be plenty of time to drive five or so blocks, but it was. The problem came about when I tried to…

For the fifth year running, the Battle of the Cents-es brought two colleges together for a cause worth more than money. Pitting the College of Engineering against the College of Pharmacy, Nursing and Allied Sciences in a penny war,…

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Residence Life Houses the Herd

There have never been so many students at North Dakota State. Nearing its 125th anniversary, NDSU recorded its largest overall enrollment class and third-highest first-year enrollment last fall. And early projections show that first-year student numbers might continue to…

Arts for advocacy take a unique form in the Memorial Union Gallery’s latest exhibition, where visual art and a social cause collide. “Sing Our Rivers Red,” an exhibition of earrings and other artworks, advocates for the murdered and missing…

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Be Herd in Student Government

At the beginning of each semester, North Dakota State student government typically sees between three and 10 openings in student senate. This semester, there are seven total openings in the following districts: College of Engineering, Graduate Studies, Residence Halls,…

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In preparation for winter, North Dakota State facilities management will remove all seasonal bike racks on Friday. Seasonal bike racks include the racks at the C Lot Entrance, west of the babbling brook, south of the Memorial Union and…

Swathes of campus road are inaccessible to motorists and pedestrians, and aging infrastructure is to blame. An army of orange cones redirected traffic to detour routes as construction workers replaced old water and sewer pipelines. With funding set aside…

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Squirrels Thrive on Campus

Squirrels are everywhere on North Dakota State’s campus, and students have shown their fascination with the small rodents on social media sites and apps. Two squirrel species are native to North Dakota: the eastern gray squirrel, Sciurus carolinensis, and…

Two years ago, Om Prakash Yadav, center director and North Dakota State associate professor of industrial and manufacturing engineering, began work on a new project that would help support North Dakota’s growing manufacturing industries. Yadav began plans for the…