College

North Dakota Students Face Tuition Increases

Students at NDSU's Pharmacy school will see a rise of five percent

  NORTH DAKOTA — Some students in North Dakota will see a rise in college tuition. Undergraduates at the 11 state college campuses can expect to pay four percent more. Tuition at the UND Law School is going up by nine percent. Students at NDSU’s Pharmacy school will see a rise of five percent. The chair of the State Board…

NDSU Students Optimistic for the Future After Graduation

NDSU held their 2017 Spring Commencement Graduation Ceremony

FARGO, N.D. — It’s the last day of graduation for Fargo-Moorhead universities. “I feel a little bit tired right now but pretty good,” said NDSU’s Student Body President, Spencer Moir. “I feel awesome!” said NDSU Graduate, Dustlynn Kaine. “Pretty good, finally done after several years,” said NDSU Graduate, Ethan Ihlenfeld. Thousands of proud parents lined the Fargodome to watch their…

NDSU Gives Back During Move Out Week

One student's trash may be another student's treasure during move out week

FARGO, ND — While finals may be coming to an end, another stress begins. It’s move out week. “We should probably put the guitar first,” one NDSU student said as they packed up. The semester may be over for some students, but now they tackle a new test. Fitting everything into a car. “I had to get rid of my mirror,”…

Congressmen Peterson Speechless Over Racist Minnesota GOP Facebook Post

A social media post on the Minnesota GOP attacking congressmen peterson has one person out of a job

MINNESOTA — A Minnesota GOP member has resigned over a Facebook post aimed at Democratic Congressman Collin Peterson. The post that was quickly deleted included racist remarks toward Congressman Keith Ellison. The post took many by surprise, including locals and has one person out of a job. “Normally, the content they put out is genuine and professional,” said Thomas Manninen,…

Police Split College Party of Hundreds: Sparks Online Debate

Officers said parties of this size are not unusual, but the circumstances were

FARGO, N.D. — Police in Fargo gave multiple citations and arrested one person after they said a college party with hundreds got out of control. Multiple neighbors said they were upset, but one man who lives at the home said he tried to cooperate with officers. “There was a lot of music coming from the house,” said Devan Thomas, a…

Bison Turf Owner Says Reopening Still Scheduled Despite Setbacks

Pete Sabo said if there are no more surprises, the bar should be open by early June

  FARGO, N.D. — The owner of the Bison Turf said while he is facing a few setbacks, the bar is still set to reopen as planned. Pete Sabo, who owns Fargo’s iconic college hang-out, said the contractor found the entry to the basement does not meet code. Sabo said that is going to require additional work to pass inspection. He said…

Scholarly Achievement Recognized at Concordia Symposium

The Celebration of Student Scholarship highlights research performed by Concrdia students

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Students at Concordia College showed off a year’s worth of research at the Celebration of Student Scholarship symposium. Approximately 350 students showed off results of their original, scholarly projects to a crowd at Memorial Auditorium. The entire school was invited to learn more about the 82 different research projects conducted by Concordia students. The symposium is designed…

North Dakota Named the Top Spot for Millennials in the Country

North Dakota ranked the number one spot to live in for millennials

NORTH DAKOTA — The most tech savvy, wine consuming people of our country are taking over North Dakota. The winters may be chilling but for millennials, living in North Dakota is the hottest place to be. According to MoneyRates.com, the state is booming with young adults. “Maybe it’s due to the startups…just giving younger people opportunities,” said Joe Kerlin, who…

Body Recovered from Mississippi River; Believed to be of Missing St. Cloud College Student

The body was taken to Ramsey County for an autopsy and official identification

  ST. CLOUD, Minn. — Stearns County authorities say they have recovered a body from the Mississippi River and believe it to be missing St. Cloud State University student Jesse Dady. Authorities say at about 6:20 p.m., divers recovered a body in the Mississippi River just south of the Veterans Bridge. The body was taken to Ramsey County for an…

Police: Missing St. Cloud Student May Have Fallen from Railroad Bridge

Another video shows Dady moving across the bridge until he is no longer seen about a-third of the way across and may have fallen

  ST. CLOUD, Minn. — St. Cloud police say a missing college student may have fallen off a railroad bridge over the Mississippi River. Authorities obtained additional surveillance video that shows 21-year-old St. Cloud State University student Jesse Dady walking onto the bridge. Another video shows Dady moving across the bridge until he is no longer seen about a-third of…