college students

Career fair gets NDSU healthcare students ready for the workforce

"It's very exciting for graduation that we need to get out there right away and be a help of others and help out in our hospitals."

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — North Dakota State University students looking for a career in healthcare had the opportunity to make connections at the Fargodome. With the COVID-19 pandemic placing a major strain on the healthcare system, students looking to get into a medical profession are being highly sought after by employers. “In healthcare right now there’s really a high need…

NDSU students get a taste of studying abroad

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) –A hint of flavor for their taste buds may help some NDSU students decide whether studying abroad is right for them. For the first time since its inception, NDSU’s study abroad program is offering students a chance to taste a variety of international flavors from local food trucks. The director of the study abroad programs says the…

Food pantry opens up at NDSU

The pantry will help educate students and bring awareness around budgeting and cooking

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – A new food pantry has opened up to better assist North Dakota State University students in need. The ‘Goods for the Heard’ pantry will be located directly on school grounds inside of the Memorial Union bookstore. The new addition will provide healthy food options to help relieve food insecurities among students, The pantry will also include…

Every North Dakota eligible for Covid-19 vaccine by end of March

"I'm here to announce that starting on March 29th any North Dakotan who wishes to be vaccinated may receive a COVID-19 vaccine as long as they're age eligible."

BISMARCK, N.D. (KVRR) – Anyone who wants a COVID-19 vaccine in North Dakota will be eligible to get one by the end of the month. “I’m here to announce that starting on March 29th any North Dakotan who wishes to be vaccinated may receive a COVID-19 vaccine as long as they’re age eligible,” North Dakota Department of Health’s Immunization Program…

Fargo Police warn college students of phishing scams

FARGO, N.D.–Scams targeting college students are making the rounds. Fargo Police say students should be on the lookout for emails claiming to be from their University’s “Financial Department.” The emails encourage students to click a link to receive a message regarding the COVID-19 stimulus checks. By clicking the link and logging in, scammers may be able to access user names,…

Sen. Amy Klobuchar Wants To Protect Voting Rights During COVID-19

The bill has a total of 32 cosponsors.

MINNESOTA – Sen. Klobuchar joined a conference call with Senator Ron Wyden, Rock the Vote and When We All Vote to discuss college students being displaced where they are registered to vote. Just last month, Klobuchar and Wyden introduced the Natural Disaster and Emergency Ballot Act of 2020. The bill would expand early in-person voting and no-excuse absentee vote-by-mail to…