NDSU

Marker in Downtown Fargo celebrates 100 years of women’s right to vote

On August 18, 1920, the 19th amendment, which granted women the right to vote was passed.

FARGO, N.D. – Helen DeLendrecie was a well known suffragist in the Fargo-Moorhead area who fought for women’s right to vote during the early 1900s. She and her husband O.J owned DeLendrecie’s Department Store on Main Avenue which is now an apartment building. “She said, ‘We’re willing to offer you free office space to have the office of the North…

Native American Commission Celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day at NDSU

Groundbreaking ceremony unveils new garden.

FARGO, N.D. – The Fargo Native Commission co-hosts the fifth annual Indigenous People’s Day opening ceremony at North Dakota State University. The celebration broke ground on the new location of the Grandmother Earth’s Gift of Life Garden. It will be near the Memorial Wall on the southwest side of campus. The garden will help feature indigenous culture within the community….

City of West Fargo presents COVID-19 prevention seminar

North Dakota Department of Health holds virtual information session to help combat the spread of COVID-19

WEST FARGO, N.D. – The North Dakota Department of Health holds a virtual COVID-19 information session to help raise awareness surrounding the increase in cases in the state. Director of North Dakota State University’s Center for Immunization Research and Education Dr. Paul Carson provides Covid-19 tips on how to help stop the spread of the virus. “By whatever means we…

NDSU Asks For Student Input On How Campus Can Be More Inclusive

Students and members of faculty gave ideas that will be used to better diversity

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU’s The Nice Center and Office of Multicultural Programs hosts a workshop inviting students to create dialogue around diversity. The workshop, called NiceX, asks participants a series of questions, including how to create more opportunities for under represented students and how the school can celebrate and welcome more diversity. Some students says that what’s shown on NDSU’s…

NDSU unveils Aldevron Tower for health-related majors

The $28 million building provides hands-on experience for a variety of medical and health students.

FARGO, N.D. — NDSU reveals a new state-of-the-art facility for College of Health professionals. Aldevron Tower is the $28 million project funded entirely by NDSU alumni and friends. The building provides hands-on learning for students in pharmacy, nursing, respiratory care, medical lab sciences, radiologic sciences and public health. The simulated training that can be done in the building allows NDSU…

COVID-19 task force creates #ForAllofUs campaign to promote wearing masks

They hope that through this campaign they are able to reach everyone.

FARGO, N.D. – The Red River Valley COVID-19 task force unveils a new campaign promoting and encouraging North Dakotans to mask up. The new mask campaign called #ForAllOfUs focuses on the individual and the collective reason on why wearing a mask is fundamental in protecting those in your community. The task force also announced the #forallofus website. People can find…

Bars, restaurants prepare for first fall Bison football game

The Bison football season normally brings with it hundreds of thousands of dollars in visitor spending

FARGO, N.D. — The NDSU football season normally brings with it big dollars to the metro. Those at the Fargo-Moorhead Convention and Visitors Bureau estimate every home game during a normal season brings in between $500,000 to $600,000. “People are spending money at our restaurants, they’re spending money in our stores, they’re spending money in the bars and the hotels,…

NDSU decides there will be no fans in the stands for Bison game

FARGO, N.D. – NDSU announced this Saturday’s football game between North Dakota State and Central Arkansas will be limited to player families only. NDSU’s says the decision was made in the best interest of health and safety for the participating student-athletes, coaches and fans. The University announced earlier that 8,200 fans, mostly season ticket holders, would be in the stands…

NDSU’s Dr. Paul Carson: COVID Controversies and Misinformation

The NDSU professor hosted a Zoom conference to tackle everything from masks to herd immunity

FARGO, N.D. — An NDSU professor says masks work and says he would like to see city and county boards take up the question of a mandate. In an online discussion, Dr. Paul Carson talked about the controversies and misinformation surrounding the coronavirus. Dr. Carson hit on multiple topics, including mortality rates, viral videos from doctors, vaccine testing and masks….

Cass County 4-H hosted annual awards ceremony online

CASS COUNTY, N.D. — The Cass County 4-H youth program hosted its Annual Awards Ceremony virtually this year. The online ceremony showcased photos from past events and presented awards and scholarships to participants. Several clubs were recognized and earned achievement awards for their service and engagement with the 4-H program. Volunteers who have worked with the program for over a…