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UND unveils new steam plant that promises to be more eco-friendly

The plant has been operating since July 1st.

GRAND FORKS, N.D.- University of North Dakota reveals a new natural gas-powered plant created to better energy efficiency on campus and provide a better experience for students. The steam plant is a partnership between UND and Johnson Controls. It includes up to date technology expected to deliver over 1 million per year in energy savings. Annually, the steam plant will…

MSUM And NDSU Students Move Into Campus With New COVID-19 Restrictions

Students Start Class On Monday, August 24th.

FARGO-MOORHEAD – “I would say I’m completely nervous with you too, that means we are all in the same boat, we are here to help each other and support each other,”  Student Orientation Counselor Emily Olson said. Families are unloading vehicles and moving their kids into the dorms for the start of a new type of school year for students…

Eventide To Restrict Visitors Amid Coronavirus Fears

Eventide is discouraging routine social visits

FARGO, N.D. — Eventide retirement community in Fargo is restricting visitors to their campuses. They will begin screening all visitors when they enter the facility. Eventide is discouraging routine social visits during the coronavirus pandemic. They say you should stay in contact with loved ones for the time being through phone calls, texts, emails, and video chats. Categories: Coronavirus, Coronavirus-ND,…

NDSU Students Showcase History Documentaries

The topics include woman's right to vote in Fargo and her access to higher education at NDSU.

FARGO, N.D — A group of NDSU students are taking to the theater for the release of their documentary about North Dakota. I Plan To Vote With My Daughters: The Story Of Women’s Suffrage In North Dakota. The second film “Degree of Sisterhood: A History of the Alba Bales Practice House” which is about the historic building on NDSU’s campus….

First Finalist For President of UND Visits Campus

Dr. Robert Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science and Technology

GRAND FORKS, N.D. — UND has started hosting the 6 finalists to become the next president of the university. Dr. Robert Marley is the first candidate to stop at the UND campus to speak to students and staff about issues the university faces. Marley is the Executive Vice Chancellor and Provost for Academic Affairs of the Missouri University of Science…

Deltaroni Using A Favorite Childhood Cheesy Dish to Help Those with Type 1 Diabetes

Those with JDRF say it's interesting to talk to people who don't realize how many around them are affected by the disease

NDSU’s Delta Tau Delta Fraternity is combining a childhood cheesy creation with giving back. People flooding the Newman Center on campus to do their part in learning more about type 1 diabetes and helping to find a cure. Those with JDRF say it’s interesting to talk to people who don’t realize how many around them are affected by the disease….

18-Year-Old Found Dead Outside of 12-Story Building on Bemidji State Campus

An investigation is underway after police say a young man was found dead after an apparent fall from a residence hall at Bemidji State University

BEMIDJI, Minn. — An investigation is underway after police say a young man was found dead after an apparent fall from a residence hall at Bemidji State University. Officers were called around 12:30 this morning to a report of a person lying on the ground bleeding. When they arrived, they found an 18-year-old man outside of the 12-story building on…

NDSU Brings Its Campus Organizations Right to the Students

The university will have another involvement fair in the spring

FARGO, N.D. — Whether someone is a freshman or a senior in college, it’s never too late for them to get involved in campus organizations. NDSU held their annual involvement fair to showcase 150 student organizations. Everyone from Greek life to agriculture clubs, foreign language clubs and student government was there. Organizers say the more students get out and just talk…

Get Out and Vote: Student Body Elections at NDSU

Student body elections are going on April 4th through the 5th

FARGO, N.D. — It’s students advocating for students in the interest of students. That’s what NDSU’s Chief Justice of the Student Court says about the student body elections that are happening right now. The elections happen every spring. Students are encouraged to get involved on campus by voting for different positions, such as student senator, president and vice president. Chief Justice…

Friends of the Kirkbride Rally to Keep the Campus Standing

Supporters were voicing their concerns about the history and opportunities that will be lost if parts, or all of the campus are destroyed

FERGUS FALLS, Minn. — Over the last decade, there has been a debate on whether to preserve or demolish the Fergus Falls State Hospital Complex and now people are rallying to keep the campus intact. Friends of the Kirkbride are rallying by informing supporters on the work they feel needs to be done to keep the asylum alive. At the…