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MSUM Faculty Hosting Public Forum On Monday Evening To Discuss Cuts With Public

The Meeting Starts At 5pm On Monday.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — MSUM Faculty Association is hosting a public forum Monday night on the recent decision to cut 11 majors and numerous staff positions. The meeting is meant to give people the chance to voice their opinions on the cuts and also for the staff to report their findings. Association President Matt Craig says they will be meeting with…

MSUM Proposes Cutting 10 Majors, 66 Positions to Make Up For $6 Million Budget Shortfall

There would also be cuts in three administrator positions, 43 faculty and 20 staff positions.

MOORHEAD, Minn. — A $6 million budget deficit for Minnesota University of Moorhead is leading the University to proposing cuts to majors and staff. 10 majors would be cut including advertising, international studies and the university’s theatre arts program. There would also be cuts in three administrator positions, 43 faculty and 20 staff positions. MSUM Union Faculty President Matt Craig…

MSUM Begins Faculty And Staff Cuts

Faculty union leaders spent the afternoon meeting with those affected by the layoffs

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Faculty and staff cuts are being made at Minnesota State University Moorhead. President Anne Blackhurst will answer questions during a Zoom news conference at 1:00 PM Wednesday. Layoffs were expected due to a $6 million budget shortfall and they started happening on Tuesday. In a release, the university says in order for MSUM to have success in…

UND Hosting Live Forums to Address Student, Faculty and Staff Questions on Tuesday

The meetings will be recorded for anyone unable to attend.

GRAND FORKS, N.D.–University of North Dakota leaders are holding two live forums on Tuesday to address questions and concerns from students, faculty and staff. The faculty and staff forum is scheduled for 12 p.m. and the student forum for 4 p.m. Both forums will be held on Zoom. Students, faculty and staff can submit questions for UND leaders through Zoom’s…

Fargo-Moorhead Community Theatre Moves To Temporary Location

The theatre was deemed dangerous to be in and they were forced to leave.

FARGO, N.D. – “It was about a month ago that we heard cracking in the building. We brought in a construction person and a constructional engineer and they made the determination that it wasn’t safe to have people in the building,” says Eloise Breikjern, the FMCT Executive Director. Faculty and staff had to quickly evacuate the building and the company…

Caribou opens on NDSU campus

The shop opened its doors at seven this morning.

FARGO, N.D. – Even before the doors opened, students, faculty and staff were already waiting in line to get their first coffee of the day. The store is located on the first floor of the Memorial Union. They chose the location because it is central to campus with about 10,000 people walking in and out of the building everyday. “Caribou…

NDSU President Dean Bresciani takes on the role of student for a day

Their goal is to create a better relationship between students and the university.

FARGO, N.D.- It originated from a concept being done in schools in the U.S. called Shadow a Student Challenge. All week 35 administrators, faculty and staff are being paired up with students for a day. They were strategically chosen to participate from a wide range of fields of study. This morning, it was President Dean Bresciani’s turn to step into the…

Eagles Elementary Wraps Up Walk-a-thon Reward For Students

The school is putting on a big reward for their kids who made it all possible.

FARGO, N.D. — Fargo’s Eagles Elementary is wrapping up its Walk–A–Thon raising more than 20 thousand dollars for the school’s P.T.A. The school is putting on a big reward for their kids who made it all possible. Students got to colorfully tape up a pair of staff members who volunteered to be part of the fun. All the money raised…

Cobbers Get Their School Spirit On at Homecoming Parade

There was also a bonfire and fireworks show earlier in the week

MOORHEAD, Minn. — Cobbers decked out in maroon and gold to celebrate the well–loved tradition of Homecoming. Many school groups beared the cold to walk in the annual Homecoming parade, but many say it was worth it. It wasn’t just students embracing Cobber pride; staff and alumni also joined in on the fun. The Homecoming King and Queen even rode in…

Students Celebrating their Home Countries During International Week

They had a chance to talk about where they are from, speak some of their native language and talk about the importance of coming together at NDSU

FARGO, ND — International week has officially kicked off at NDSU and students from all over the world are celebrating their home country and culture. Students walked around Memorial Union carrying their nation’s flags and some dressed in traditional wear. They had a chance to talk about where they are from, speak some of their native language and talk about…