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Cancelled NDSU fall football season may have impact on local businesses

For Grand Junction Grilled Subs, being near the Fargodome and NDSU meant seeing an influx of customers.

FARGO, N.D- COVID-19 has already taken a toll on many businesses in the F-M area. “All the students gone, there goes our big wave of cash flow that usually gets us through a slow summer. So, that was kind of tricky, the other part too is with the social distancing, we switched to takeout and delivery only, but just with…

NDSU Lays Out Move In Options For Incoming students Amid COVID-19

About 3,200 students are expected to check in at the NDSU residence halls this fall.

FARGO, N.D. – Those who have recently graduated high school have had to skip on celebrating life milestones like prom and graduation because of COVID-19. Now, they’re going into a new chapter of their life a little bit different than planned. But Nick Kuhlman has remained optimistic through it all. “I guess, I just look forward to the future, so…

NDSU to allow students eight days for move-in

Students are asked to bring no more than two people along during the move-in process.

FARGO, N.D.–Students at North Dakota State University will be required to sign-up in order to move-in ahead of the upcoming school year. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, NDSU is allotting eight days for students to move-in instead of the typical half-day. Students can choose early drop off or move-in at the start of the semester, but will need to designate…

Summit League delays the start of fall sports

Competition may begin on September 23rd

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Summit League’s Presidents Council agreed to delay the start of fall sports for member institutions until Sept. 23 based upon the recommendation from the League’s Joint Council due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The delay will result in a conference-only schedule for the sports of women’s soccer, men’s soccer and volleyball.  Competitive schedule for men’s and women’s…

13 NDSU Student Athletes test positive for COVID-19

The University has administered 247 tests to student athletes

    FARGO, N.D. — Over the past two to three weeks, there has been 247 COVID-19 tests administered to NDSU student athletes. The university has confirmed that 13  have tested positive. Of the 13, one has recovered and the rest are said to be doing “well.” NDSU has been conducting daily wellness screenings since June when the students athletes…

13 NDSU student athletes test positive for COVID-19

One student has fully recovered.

FARGO, N.D.–North Dakota State University has confirmed 13 cases of COVID-19 among its student athletes. One student has fully recovered. The other students have been prohibited from attending all voluntary workouts and team activities. The school says 247 tests have been administered over the last three weeks. Categories: Coronavirus, Coronavirus-ND, Local News, North Dakota News Tags: athletes, Coronavirus, COVID-19, NDSU,…

International Students may face Deportation in new ICE Guidelines

In the Student and Exchange Visitor Program, international students who are enrolled in online-only courses due to COVID-19 will not receive visas for the fall semester unless they attend some in-person classes.

FARGO, N.D. – A new regulation from Immigration and Customs Enforcement is threatening the status of international students attending U.S. universities. In the Student and Exchange Visitor Program, international students who are enrolled in online-only courses due to COVID-19 will not receive visas for the fall semester unless they attend some in-person classes. Many universities across the country are still…

NDSU To Have In-Person Classes In The Fall, Masks Will Be Required

The school will be maintaining its initially planned start date of August 24.

FARGO, N.D. – On Thursday morning, NDSU received a grant of nearly $20 million dollars that will help the school set up a COVID-19 plan. The university says that without the money, online classes might have resumed for another semester. “I couldn’t be more excited because everything else would’ve been suboptimal and a real let down for our students as…

NDSU to implement hybrid education model for fall semester

Students should regularly check their NDSU email for updates.

FARGO, N.D.–North Dakota State University was recently approved for a grant to help implement a hybrid system known as the HyFlex Education Model for fall semester. The HyFlex uses technology to allow students to take classes remotely in as “normal” a manner as possible. NDSU says it hopes the majority of students will choose to take classes in-person, but understands…