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NDSU receives a doll collection that showcases many cultures

It's being showcased as part of the diversity of dress around the world on the second floor of Lebedeff  Hall.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — North Dakota State University receives a new doll collection for the Emily Reynolds Historic Costume Collection. It’s being showcased as part of the diversity of dress around the world on the second floor of Lebedeff  Hall. The dolls were made by sculptor Joan Beringer Pripps. Usually, dolls are donated anonymously. The dolls represent different backgrounds from…

NDSU foundation exceeds fundraising goal

The funding will go towards student scholarships, faculty support, facilities and various school programs.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — The NDSU foundation exceeds a fundraising campaign goal 20 months ahead of schedule. The In Our Hands campaign has raised $413 million dollars as of April 26th. Originally the goal was set at $400 million to be reached by the end of next year. Already the campaign is impacting students, faculty and staff with funds going…

Passersby put out Fargo house fire

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Firefighters respond to an early morning house fire Tuesday in North Fargo near North Dakota State University. Crews were sent at 7:30 after a passerby noticed flames coming from the front side of the home on the 700 block of College Street North. About four minutes after the call was made firefighters arrived on scene to…

Anti-Hate Buttons Handed Out at NDSU

The pins are part of the university's larger "no-hate" campaign.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — North Dakota State University is handing out pins with messages against hate on campus. The pins are part of the university’s larger “no-hate” campaign. NDSU’s communications manager says the university is putting a stop to hate on campus. The Staff Senate is the group responsible for making the pins promoting anti-hate and inclusion. They say the…

Bill passed to stop NDSU ties with Planned Parenthood

BISMARCK, N.D. – The Republican-led North Dakota Legislature has passed legislation to prevent North Dakota State University from funneling federal grant money to Planned Parenthood for sex education. The bill easily passed 35-11 on Monday.  The GOP-led House passed the measure 66-25 earlier this month. It is unclear if Gov. Doug Burgum will sign the bill. The bill says any institution…

NDSU holds a protest of a bill banning grant money for sex education

The amended bill would prohibit funding federal grant money to Planned Parenthood for sex education in the state.

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Students and faculty at NDSU petition the Legislature not to pass a North Dakota senate bill that would prohibit funding federal grant money to Planned Parenthood for sex education in the state. “The language of this legislation is written so broadly that it would likely impact faculty across a wide range of disciplines,” North Dakota State…

People gather at NDSU as Chauvin is found guilty: “Finally, justice has been served”

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — Emotions ran high outside of North Dakota State University’s Memorial Union Tuesday afternoon as Derek Chauvin was found guilty by a jury. “Finally. Finally, justice has been served today,” said Faith Shields-Dixon with Black Lives Matter Fargo-Moorhead. Shields-Dixon says protests and calls for change over the past year have finally paid off, but the work doesn’t…

NDSU Opens Second Vaccination Clinic

Sanford Health provides 1,000 doses of Pfizer vaccines to NDSU

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) — North Dakota State University opens its second vaccination site on campus. “When the CDC and FDA announcement came out about the pause in the Johnson and Johnson vaccine administration, they switched very quickly over to the Pfizer vaccine,” NDSU Department of Public Health Project Coordinator Kylie Hall said. The university swapped vaccines at the last minute…

NDSU Fraternity Taking No Breaks In Three Days Of Swing-A-Thon Fundraising

Tau Kappa Epsilon is raising money for Saint Jude's Research for 72 hours straight

FARGO, N.D. (KVRR) – For the next three days non-stop, North Dakota State University’s Tau Kappa Epsilon fraternity is hosting a Swing-A-Thon on the corner of University Drive and 12th Avenue North. They’re making an effort to collect as much money as they can for Saint Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Frat president Aiden Ulmer loves the work they do and…