A Sandstone, Minn., woman is challenging her February DUI charge and the subsequent suspension of her license to the North Dakota Supreme Court because she was arrested by an NDSU Police officer off campus. Morgan Kroschel, 19, was arrested…

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Mathew’s Moment

Prakash Mathew’s unassuming humbleness, student body president Sarah Russell said, led him to believe that only a small turnout would gather for his party on Friday. Retiring vice president for student affairs Prakash Mathew’s party started late because of…

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Amanda Peine was chosen to be the commencement speaker for NDSU’s spring graduation, NDSU’s website said. The event will take place Saturday, May 17 at the Fargodome at 10 a.m. The soon-to-be graduate will leave NDSU with a Bachelor…

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An NDSU honors class is seeking to raise awareness of homelessness in the Fargo-Moorhead area. Six students from HON 340: National Tragedies and Heroic Responses will hold an event 7 p.m. to 7 a.m. starting Wednesday at Churchill Field….

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Movoto, a real estate research blog, released a list of top 10 best places to live in North Dakota. The list ranked Fargo as the fourth best. The website ranked Fargo, the largest city in North Dakota, for it’s second-best…

The NDSU Fencing Club’s biggest bout this year is not with an opponent but with a university weapons policy that prohibits them from practicing their sport on campus. The club, which was started in the fall, recently gained full…

NDSU’s largest day of service kicked off last Thursday with more than 1,000 volunteers putting in hours at various nonprofits in the Fargo-Moorhead area through NDSU’s Volunteer Network. The Big Event, while ambiguous in title, is clear in mission:…

NDSU’s neighbor across the river picked its new leader on Wednesday. Anne Blackhurst will be MSUM’s next president and will take over for the 2014-2015 school year after Edna Mora Szymanski, the current president, retires on June 30. Blackhurst was selected…