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Newly-Renovated NDSCS Campus Safer and More Attractive for Prospective Students

The campus in Wahpeton recently completed a two-year, $13.3 million dollar renovation

WAHPETON, N.D. — The North Dakota State College of Science recently completed a renovation project on its Wahpeton campus. The $13 million project took two years to complete and replaced five miles of pipes and sewers. The project also repaired and replaced several campus streets and pedestrian walkways. College officials say the project will go a long way to make…

MSUM Celebrates Homecoming With Block Party

Live music, inflatable games, balloon artists, and free food are just come of the events offered to the community

MOORHEAD, Minn. — School Spirit is in the air as MSUM is celebrating homecoming at their block party! There is no shortage on fun on the campus mall. Live music, inflatable games, balloon artists, and free food are just some of the events offered to the community. Whether you are a current student, an alumni or just a member of…

Concordia Campus Ministry Holds Blessing Service for Pets

Whether you wanted to bless your dog, cat, rabbit or simply get blessed yourself, all were invited

MOORHEAD, Minn. — At Concordia College, students are invited to bring their pets to get blessed by the campus ministry. Students and faculty gathered outside of their usual meeting place for chapel with some of their furry friends. Tons of students walked by to play with the animals and others came to be a part of the unique service. Whether…

No Charges Filed in Fight Near NDSU Campus

Smith told police that he confronted a man who he believed was responsible for an earlier domestic assault on a woman he knows

FARGO, ND — The Cass County State’s Attorney’s office has decided not to charge a man in a fight with an NDSU student. Prosecutors say there were conflicting accounts of what happened when Isaiah Smith, a junior from Brainerd, was injured in a park near campus earlier this month. Smith told police that he confronted a man who he believed…

Board of Trustees Tours Jeremiah Program Housing Facility

The two-story building will be home to 20 families which were recommended by social services to take part in the Jeremiah Program

FARGO, ND — The Jeremiah Program prepares single mothers to excel in a career and helps their children to succeed in school. National and local Board of Trustee members toured its campus in Fargo, which opens in January. The two-story building will be home to 20 families which were recommended by social services to take part in the Jeremiah Program….

Students at Minnehaha Academy Head Back to School

An explosion destroyed part of their campus in Minneapolis last month

  MENDOTA HEIGHTS, Minn. — Students at Minnehaha Academy’s Upper School headed back to school at their new home in Mendota Heights. An explosion destroyed part of their campus in Minneapolis last month. Classes are being held on the former site of Brown College, located in an industrial park about six miles south of Minnehaha Academy’s Minneapolis campus. The site…

Vigil for Savanna Greywind Held on MSUM Campus

Anyone attending was encouraged to wear red in honor of Savanna

MOORHEAD, Minn. — The American Indian Student Association at MSUM is bringing the community together with a vigil on campus. More than 100 people showed up to the prayer ceremony to show their condolences for the family and to unite as a community. Anyone attending was encouraged to wear red in honor of Savanna. The prayer circle brought all different…

MSUM Move In Day 2017

students get ready for new school year with welcome week

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Some would say college is the best four years of your life. For many students at MSUM, their journey is just beginning. “I’m super excited for new friends, new adventures and the bunch of different classes I’ll be taking,” said freshman Ruth Goedtke. MSUM’s welcome week is here, bringing new and returning students to campus. The Dragon…

Vatican to Turn Off 100 Water Fountains in Wake of Drought in Rome

The area has been struggling with below average rainfall for the last two years and the extreme heat

ROME — While parts of the U.S. and much of North Dakota is dealing with extreme drought conditions, the Vatican and the city of Rome are also struggling. For the first time Vatican officials say they can remember, the city state will begin shutting off the 100 fountains that surround the Vatican campus. The area has been struggling with below…

New NDSU Student and Retail Complex Breaks Ground

Just a few months ago, PROffutt Limited Partnership was selected to develop a new student housing and retail complex on the 1600 block just off University Drive

FARGO, ND — The NDSU campus has been evolving over the last few years. New shops have opened and neighborhoods are transforming. A new student housing and retail complex will soon be thrown into that mix. Just a few months ago, PROffutt Limited Partnership was selected to develop a new student housing and retail complex on the 1600 block just…