INNOVATION

Mobile App Designer Shares Her Struggle With Hair-Pulling Disorder at TEDxFargo

Her struggles led her to create a successful business

FARGO, N.D. — With an audience of about 2,000 people, TEDxFargo is a great platform to raise awareness. That’s what Aneela Idnani did to teach people about a condition called trichotillomania. It’s a compulsive hair pulling disorder that left her in hiding for years, afraid people would find out about her bare eyebrows. “I skipped out on pool parties, I…

Innovation Challenge Sparks Creativity at NDSU

The innovation challenge highlights students and their ideas to solve a problem through weeks of brainstorming, creating, and implementing those ideas

FARGO, N.D. — The annual innovation challenge is back at North Dakota State University. The innovation challenge highlights students and their ideas to solve a problem through weeks of brainstorming, creating, and implementing those ideas. Some projects presented involve eco-friendly clothing, 3D printed prosthetics, and wind turbines. The showcase is an opportunity to for students to demonstrate their ideas and…

The Future Takes Flight: Historical Drone Flight Glides over NDSU Tailgaters

North Dakota was one of ten sites nationwide to test out the new drones

FARGO, N.D. — A┬áhistorical milestone in drone aviation was gliding through the skies right over the heads of tailgaters prior to NDSU’s victory over South Dakota State. North Dakota’s Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Pilot Program completed its first public mission by flying several drones over the NDSU tailgaters. “The fact that Fargo is a cooperative city as someone who could…

Governor Doug Burgum Surprises Students By Returning To School

"Shadow a Student Challenge"

BEULAH, N.D. — Governor Doug Burgum is back in the classroom as a student. The Republican surprised students at Beulah High School as part of the “Shadow a Student Challenge”. He showed up unannounced Wednesday morning and spent the day shadowing Phoebe Garman, a junior from Beulah. He attended her classes and interacted with her friends and teachers. Burgum says…