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MATBUS Suspending NDSU Routes Early

The routes include 13U, 31, 32E, 32W, 33 and TapRide.

FARGO, N.D.–MATBUS ended the majority of NDSU routes due to deteriorating weather and road conditions on Friday. The routes include 13U, 31, 32E, 32W, 33 and TapRide. Route 34 is expected to continue until further notice. MATBUS says certain routes, including 9, 18 (phase 1) and 24, will begin traveling on snow detour routes in order to avoid open areas…

NDSU – UND Basketball Game Moved to Sunday Due to Weather

The men will tip at 1 p.m., followed by the women's game at 3:30 p.m.

FARGO, ND — Weather conditions in Fargo have forced the postponement of Saturday’s men’s basketball game against North Dakota and changed the time of Sunday’s women’s game between the two schools. A doubleheader between NDSU and North Dakota will take place on Sunday, Jan. 19. The men will tip at 1 p.m., followed by the women’s game at 3:30 p.m….

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 Helps Service Members Earn Degrees

Under the agreement, all military students participating in Emergency Management, Criminal Justice and Political Science programs will have their college minor requirements waived.

FARGO, N.D. – NDSU and the Air National Guard are entering into a new agreement to help Air National Guard service members earn their degrees. Under the agreement, all military students participating in Emergency Management, Criminal Justice and Political Science programs will have their college minor requirements waived. That’s as long as the airmen have completed 15 credits from a…

Bison Win FCS Championship

FRISCO, Texas – The North Dakota State football team finished the first 16-0 season in modern college football history with a 28-20 victory over No. 2-ranked James Madison University in the Division I FCS Championship game Saturday afternoon. NDSU senior James Hendricks scored a pivotal touchdown on a 20-yard fake field goal run, and later sealed the victory with an…

Trey Lance Wins Walter Payton Award

Trey’s father, Carlton Lance, accepts the Walter Payton Award from College Football Hall of Famer Gary Reasons. pic.twitter.com/DVbcrkS6df — NDSU Football (@NDSUfootball) January 11, 2020 North Dakota State Quarterback Trey Lance becomes the first Freshman Walter Payton Award winner. The Marshall, Minnesota native is also the first Bison to win the award, which is given out to the FCS’ offensive…

Bison fans blanket Frisco in green and yellow

FRISCO, Texas – Many people would love to go south for the winter just for the weather. Bison fans are being snowbirds for the week to watch their team in the FCS Championship game. Regardless of how the game unfolds on Saturday, if there’s a storyline outside of what happens on the field, it’s that Bison Nation proved once again…

Like Father Like Son

New NDSU Commit Ty Satter follows in Father, Tony's footsteps

FARGO, ND – Fargo Davies senior Ty Satter recently signed a letter of intent to North Dakota State Football. He won’t be the first from his family to sport that last name on the NDSU Roster. His father, Tony, a 2011 hall of fame inductee, won two national championships with the Bison. Both of them joined Sports Extra in studio…

Finding The Way To Frisco

The Bison gave fans an early Christmas present this year with their victory over Montana State to send them back to the FCS championship game.

FARGO, ND – The Bison gave fans an early Christmas present this year with their victory over Montana State to send them back to the FCS championship game. Now, the Bison are heading back to Frisco. A holiday tradition that fans are getting familiar with. “It’s sort of an annual event, you get to talk to people once a year that…

657 Bison end college careers at NDSU commencement

FARGO, N.D. – For many, the end of the year sparks new beginnings. This is especially true for the North Dakota State University students who will be leaving this decade as alumni. A commencement of 657, all crossing the graduation stage at different levels of their educational journey. Some see it as over the hill and into their futures while…