Bison

‘Swipe Out Hunger’ tackles food insecurity issues on NDSU campus

The national program is funded through donations and allocates funds to students who are in need of food assistance.

FARGO, N.D. — Food insecurity is an unfortunate, yet common trend among college students. “Last fall we found that 60% of NDSU students knew of another student who experienced food shortage or had trouble with paying for food and skipping meals,” said co-chair of the Food Insecurity Task Force, Meghan Yerhot. The goal of the task force is to try…

Bison students give back to community during ‘Serve with the Herd’

The NDSU Volunteer network hosted the day-long event with several volunteer options around the F-M community.

FARGO, N.D. — Serve with the Herd is a day-long event hosted by the NDSU Volunteer Network that provides Bison students the chance to do some good. The day typically falls during Homecoming. Although that was canceled this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizers still felt it was important to continue the tradition. “Even without Homecoming, a lot of people…

NDSU QB Trey Lance Going Pro, Entering 2021 NFL Draft

Forgoing Spring Season

FARGO, ND — North Dakota State  quarterback,  Trey Lance, is moving on from the Bison. Lance making it official he’s declaring  for the draft. The red-shirt sophomore is a projected first round draft pick and the number three overall Q.B. Prospect according to ESPN’s Mel Kiper. By making this decision, the reigning FCS player of the year won’t be returning…

Red River Valley Fairgrounds hosts tailgating ahead of Bison football game

Due to COVID-19, there was no tailgating allowed at the FargoDome.

WEST FARGO, N.D. — There are few things better than the feeling of game day, but this one was unlike any other. “A lot of people are disappointed,” said NDSU fan, Austin Weigeo. “It is hard cause a lot of people have been going for years and years and now they have to go sit at home.” With no fans allowed…

NDSU Takes Down UCA In Lone Game Of The Fall

North Dakota State Football defeated the University of Central Arkansas, 39-28, in it's only game before the spring

FARGO, ND – Fullback Hunter Luepke scored two touchdowns and No. 1-ranked North Dakota State’s defense responded with two stops late in the fourth quarter for a 39-28 victory over 11th-ranked Central Arkansas on Saturday, Oct. 3, at Gate City Bank Field at the Fargodome. Trailing after three quarters for the first time in nearly two years, North Dakota State went ahead 32-28…

Bars, restaurants prepare for first fall Bison football game

The Bison football season normally brings with it hundreds of thousands of dollars in visitor spending

FARGO, N.D. — The NDSU football season normally brings with it big dollars to the metro. Those at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau estimate every home game during a normal season brings in between $500,000 to $600,000. “People are spending money at our restaurants, they’re spending money in our stores, they’re spending money in the bars and the hotels,…

Scheels hosts Bison Block Party for eager NDSU football fans

This is the 15th annual block party hosted by Scheels.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU football fans are still getting used to the news that they won’t be able to attend the Bison’s lone football game of the fall season. “What a bummer. Something to look forward to and then it kind of gets yanked out from underneath you,” said Scheel’s events leader and Bison fan, Caryn Olson. Scheels still wanted…

Bison fan keeps game-attendance streak alive, will be in Fargodome Saturday

Bob Clark has gone to every Bison home and away game since the start of the 1982 season.

FARGO, N.D. — Despite NDSU limiting attendance to players and their families for Saturday’s football game, one very dedicated fan will still get to see the Bison in person. Bob Clark has been to every NDSU football home and away game since 1982. Tuesday’s news that fans would no longer be allowed at the game on Saturday came as a…

NDSU to only allow player families to attend Bison football game

NDSU originally planned to allow for 8,200 fans to attend. The decision is said to be made for the health and safety of student-athletes, coaches and fans.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU announced late this afternoon that they will only be allowing player families to attend this Saturday’s football game against Central Arkansas. The news is a tough break for a lot of Bison fans, and specifically, for some season ticket holders who were looking forward to finally getting out to a game here at Gate City bank…

NDSU decides there will be no fans in the stands for Bison game

FARGO, N.D. – NDSU announced this Saturday’s football game between North Dakota State and Central Arkansas will be limited to player families only. NDSU’s says the decision was made in the best interest of health and safety for the participating student-athletes, coaches and fans. The University announced earlier that 8,200 fans, mostly season ticket holders, would be in the stands…